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Archive for October, 2009

10/30/2009

Balcony Clubbing

A few pics from the Asolo Balcony Club’s Undead Party Thursday night.   The Asolo Rep Balcony Club, a new group devoted to encouraging appreciation of the arts among young professionals, hosted a party Thursday evening following an effectively creepy performance of The Mystery Plays by the second-year conservatory students. Halloween madness ensued.   Before […]

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10/26/2009

Hallowienie

I’m totally geeked out for this Oct. 31st.   By Hannah Wallace     I love Halloween (as I’ve said before). Our theatrical family used to go all out in Whitfield Estates: We’d decorate the yard with homemade creatures, starring a headless horseman Dad assembled by clamping a wood-and-pipe frame onto a sawhorse. We’d stuff […]

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10/19/2009

The Coming Fall

Autumn is upon us! Kind of! For now, at least!   By Hannah Wallace   Oh blessed blessed cool air! How I love thee! I want to hug you! I want to kiss you! I want to bathe myself in your loving coolness!   Alas, it’s Monday, and I’m stuck in the office. Oh well, […]

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10/12/2009

Monday Rundown

I’ll have more to say once the oxygen starts flowing back into my brain again.   By Hannah Wallace   Not much to report on today. I’m pretty wiped out, after boxing boot camp Thursday, hockey Friday, hockey and hockey again Saturday, and then hockey two more times yesterday.  Basically lived at the Ellenton Ice […]

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10/9/2009

Weekend Hockey Warriors

Come cheer on the unheralded women of the FWHL.   By Hannah Wallace   Photo by Barbara Banks; Sarasota Herald-Tribune, August 2007 Hockey tournament in Ellenton this weekend. I was going to write about the Sarasota Roller Girls derby-kicking our ice-hockey asses in the PR department (although we don’t have a movie promote, alas), then […]

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10/5/2009

The Fun Night Out

Saturday didn’t fit into any categories, but it sure was a good time.   By Hannah Wallace   I always liked the part in this Tomato Nation post about describing different nights out; I like to categorize things like that: The crazy night out where you go to eight different places on Main Street; the […]

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