thursday, 10 

thursday, 10

In lieu of any demented but true remarks about George W. Bush or any sick, silly jokes, which Dennis probably would have preferred, I've got just one recommendation this week: If any of us can be one-tenth as kind and funny and caring and smart and compassionate aned jovial and patient and dignified and professional and just downright nice a person as former Flyer editor Dennis Freeland was; if any of us can be one-tenth the husband, the father, the friend, then we will surely have achieved some sort of greatness. And now here's a very brief look at some of what's going on around town this week...Medea's Family Reunion opens at The Orpheum, and if it's as funny as the television commercials showing bits of it are, it may be well worth going to see.

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