Pareles, as a pop music critic, doesn’t generally cover theater. And let’s face it, it’s kind of depressing that a journalist who’s been covering rock since the ’70s only now feels that the form is reaching a critical mass on the Broadway stage. Seems sort of an exercise in emphasizing how woefully out of touch with popular culture Broadway has become.
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And Miami, the structure was there for us. It worked out. But when you talk about markets and cities, Chicago and New York is the biggest that we was reaching out to. Or not quite full time: Like any good shot, she also entered skeet competitions, as ubiquitous in 19th century rural America as pickup basketball games are in Chicago or Detroit or New York today. That’s where she met her future husband, the marksman Frank Butler. We don’t know for sure whether she beat him at their first meeting by two clay pigeons or one.
Finally, Papa said that he had an announcement to make.”What is it? It must be important that you are bringing it up now,” Mama said, setting her fork down on her plate.”I have thought about something,” Papa said. Leena, who had been pushing her potatoes to the left of her plate, paused, then started pushing them to the right. Inaya kept staring off into the distance, unaware that her food was going cold.
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