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Days of our lives (04/30/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Our lives aren't quite as predictably ridiculous as soap operas. Consequences aren't dictated by a script and, though one may be influenced and pressured by others, there is no production "director"  ... 

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The Family Stone (04/30/2006)
By David Robinson -- Due out on video and DVD this week, The Family Stone starts out predictably enough: a family is getting together for Christmas, and one son is bringing home The Girl to meet them. She's nervous; he's ... 

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When art imitates art (04/30/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- The dog-who-must-not-be-written-about removed his glasses (at six, a Standard Poodle, he is entering those Golden Years, according to the vet) and looked up from his reading. We both like to sit after ... 

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Children, authority, safety (04/26/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Predictably, on or around the anniversary of the Columbine school shootings come reports of other planned, but thankfully thwarted, school shootings elsewhere in the country. Kansas, Washington, Alask ... 

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The Sentinel (04/26/2006)
By David Robinson -- The Sentinel pulls just about every cinematic string to get the audience jittery, uncertain of what's coming next or who's really who. Starring Kiefer Sutherland and Michael Douglas, this not-especia ... 

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A History of Violence (04/23/2006)
By David Robinson -- The title of A History of Violence, now available on video and DVD, tells you what you need to know about the content. It's full of violence, or the threat of it, and it deals with personal history,  ... 

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Lessons in laughter (04/23/2006)
Some of the most treasured memories of my childhood are times spent with my Aunt Ellen out on the Wollin's Bethany homestead. She taught us Lewis kids how to play canasta, Chinese checkers, and rummy, ... 

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Book ‘em (04/19/2006)
By Cynthya Porter -- I was surprised a while back when a person told me he didn't think we needed more books in schools, as books were a thing of the past, superceded by electronic media.

I know I'm a throwback in many w ... 

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Grow deep (04/16/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Here lies another day

During which I have eyes, ears, hands

And the great world ‘round me;

And with tomorrow begins another.

Why am I allowed two?

-G.K. Chesterton

Here in the fertile Midw ... 

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Happy Easter! (04/16/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Things have changed in our house over all these many Easters. The baskets that I've so carefully hoarded are now in that sensitive age between pathetically shopworn and collectibly antique. Gone are t ... 

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