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“Republicans, too, Oliver! Sing!” This order, given by President Franklin Deleano Roosevelt to millionaire Oliver Warbucks may be the most unusual, fantasy-like element of Annie, the Depression-era fable packed to the brim with fantasies currently in performances at the Palace … Continue reading

Promises, Promises

We all have our guilty pleasures. Spoonfuls of peanut butter straight from the jar, a playlist of boy bands from the nineties on our iPods, and now the latest addition to the list: bright, colorful, but not so accurate or … Continue reading


Mauritius It’s not really about Mauritius, an island off the coast of Africa where one of the most valuable stamps in history was created. Nor is it really about the stamp that was made at that island. So what is … Continue reading