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60-Something: Reflections on the benefits of friends and friendships

60-Something: Reflections on the benefits of friends and friendships

My best friend Sue died of a brain tumor in her early fifties. Her oldest son, Joe, was killed in a car accident when he was 15. I don't think she ever got over it. Valjean McLenighan worked with me at Follett Publishing. She died of cancer, after she got to swim with dolphins, also in her l…

January 06, 2014 5:46 pm
The first night of an unlikely 'King Lear' at Theatre Northwest

The first night of an unlikely 'King Lear' at Theatre Northwest

This is what's known as serendipity: Norman Caplan, an experienced director who regards "King Lear" Shakespeare's best and most difficult play, and has read it at least 100 times and seen countless performances, (including an Eastern European gangster version at Goodman with Stacy Keach) mak…

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