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2011-02-05 00:00:40

Grand opening, showcasing art by Anatol Woolf Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) February 4, 2011 March 3 – September 3, 2011 Opening reception: Thursday, March 3, 6-8 PM Press preview with the owner and the artist: 5 PM Dr.

2008-10-01 21:00:15

By Michelle E.

2008-09-19 15:00:32

By ROBERT NOTT I "Shakespeare like you've never seen it performed before" -- that's how director John Flax describes Grottesco's 12th Night, the local theater ensemble's take on the Bard's well-known romantic comedy of errors, Twelfth Night.

2008-09-19 00:00:23

By Karen Zapf A former borough councilman has started a nonprofit group aimed at renovating properties and redeveloping others. Orelio "Rollo" Vecchio, who was a member of council for 28 years until losing re-election last year, has formed the East Suburban New Life Development Corp.

2008-08-08 15:00:38

PARIS - World-class clowns Avner the Eccentric and Julie Goell will present an evening of family entertainment Saturday, Aug. 9, at Celebration Barn Theater.

2008-07-20 09:00:28

By Jenny Gilbert These two inventive shows are a daring and delicious assault on the imagination Dance Faeries Clore Studio LONDON Noah Babel's Ark Lindfield WEST SUSSEX Fairytale, as everyone knows, is all about the dark forests of unconscious desire.


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2005-06-09 09:20:53

The Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) is a small sea duck who takes its name from Arlecchino ("Harlequin" in French) a colorfully dressed character in Commedia dell'arte. The species name comes from the Latin word "histrio" or "actor". Adult males are slate blue with chestnut sides and white markings including a white crescent at the base of the bill. Adult females are less colorful, with brownish-grey plumage and a white patch on the head around the eye. Both adults have a white...

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