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Illinois Folks – Early Voting Begins Today

Chicago Folks….Suburban Cook County…..Illinois Folks… EARLY VOTING BEGINS TODAY!! Now, if you missed the deadline for registering to vote, you can go GRACE PERIOD VOTING- which mean you register to vote and vote at the same time. Grace Period is … Continue reading

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Sunday Open Thread

Good Morning, Everyone. I hope you enjoy this weekend with family and friends.

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Saturday Open Thread

Good Morning, Everyone. I hope you enjoy this weekend with family and friends. Published on Oct 9, 2014 Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that’s happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and beyond. This week, the President … Continue reading

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Friday Open Thread: American Musical Theater – Stephen Sondheim Week

I hope that you have enjoyed this week with Stephen Sondheim.

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Thursday Open Thread: American Musical Theater- Stephen Sondheim Week

More from Mr. Sondheim. Collaborations with Hal Prince (1970–1981)[edit] Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince After the completion of Do I Hear a Waltz, Sondheim devoted himself to both composing and writing lyrics for a series of varied and adventurous musicals. … Continue reading

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Wednesday Open Thread: American Musical Theater – Stephen Sondheim

As both composer and lyricist The first musical for which Sondheim wrote both the music and lyrics was A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. It opened in 1962 and ran 964 performances. The book, based on … Continue reading

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Tuesday Open Thread: American Musical Theater – Stephen Sondheim

More from Mr. Sondheim. Early Broadway success Burt Shevelove invited Sondheim to a party, but Sondheim accidentally got there before Shevelove, and unfortunately Sondheim knew no one else at the party. He saw a familiar face, Arthur Laurents, who had … Continue reading

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