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Doris Day, a life in 10 songs

2) “Sentimental Journey,” Day’s first signature song, recorded in 1945, at the age of 23, with Les Brown and His Band of Renown (Brown wrote it with Ben Homer and Bud Green). Loping saxophones lead this easygoing chart, Day’s first No. 1 single, slight twang. Day, who discovered she could …

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Herman Wouk, Pulitzer-winning novelist, dies at 103

CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or videos on a mobile device By Becky Krystal | Washington Post Herman Wouk, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the Navy drama “The Caine Mutiny” whose sweeping novels about World War II, the Holocaust and the creation of Israel …

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Hayman, Georgianna Marie

Georgianna Marie Hayman, of Blacksburg, passed away on May 16, 2019. She was an only child, born in Detroit, Michigan and spent her early years living in nearby Farmington. During WW II, she was a telephone operator. Georgianna met Ted Hayman, a returning sailor from the Second Marine Division, Pacific …

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Running home

We were at a swish dinner with a senior esteemed editor on the table. A modern trendy lady in hot pants answered to a query “umm I’m actually just a housewife” half apologetically accepting the eons old traditional mindset that women are of course to be relegated to the role …

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Theater Review: Happy Talk Is a Satire Full of Empty Calories

<p class="clay-paragraph" data-editable="text" data-uri="www.vulture. com/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/cjvr378eh002z0my6xkidgh74@published” data-word-count=”124″>The only good thing to be said about Jesse Eisenberg’s dismal new play Happy Talk is that, at an hour and forty-five intermissionless minutes, it’s a real value: It’s two bad plays for the price of one. For three acts, we’re stuck in a spiritless …

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