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At the top of the stairs

Yesterday we went to a performance of the Sweat Girls, known as the monologue mavens.  Six women, mostly of “a certain age” told their individual stories about aging, financial woes, retirement fantasies, working at Aldi’s because of the need for … Continue reading

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“You Don’t Own Me”

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They are still under our skin

On my last drive to and from Toledo I must have listened to over a dozen Radiolabs. This podcast is electric and filled with bright and intelligent, often provocative, information. They describe themselves as “a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates … Continue reading

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