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  • Opinion by Barbara Russek Special To The Arizona Daily Star

Santa's back at the North Pole with an empty sleigh. Gifts have been used, enjoyed, or maybe exchanged. Wrapping paper and ribbon have been to…

  • By Kathleen Allen Arizona Daily Star

Getting a play on the boards is a bit of insanity. Doing it in 24 hours — including writing the play — is complete, absolute, why-would-you-do…

  • Courtesy Top Hat Theatre Ensemble

 

  • By Jeanne Phillips Universal Press Syndicate

DEAR ABBY: I'm engaged to the man of my dreams. Our wedding is two months away, and I couldn't be more excited about starting my life with "Jeff."

WASHINGTON — One evening near Christmas in 1955, Harry Truman walked into his Independence, Mo., home to find Bess tossing stacks of old lette…

  • Opinion by Eugene Robinson Washington Post Writers Group

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Hunter — thoroughbred

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palpable irony in court's oath

  • By Alessandra Stanley The New York Times

It takes gall to riff on Raymond Chandler, which doesn't mean it can't be done. Robert Altman did it brilliantly in his 1973 movie, "The Long …

 

CHICAGO — Lee Shumow doesn't want to text her students, or be their friend on Facebook, but to their chagrin she prefers an old-fashioned way …