One of the few harsh critics of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, which premiered 70 years ago.
Downsides of being a convincing liar
How the Midwest went from the idealized to the derided
Prime Stage Theatre Makes A Statement With Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”
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Shirley Temple Black, Screen Darling, Dies at 85
In August 1999 I was blogging about Poohsticks Bridge, penmanship, Archimedes, and ebooks