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Editorial: Arts, Entertainment Help People 'Laugh at Realities'
Editorial: Gov., You Asked for Suggestions..

BRUSHING UP ON THEIR SHAKESPEARE...Justin Rosin playing Second Man and Bobby OíRourke as First Man, two gangsters who get a taste of being on stage, entertain the audience at the Fordís Theater in the play-within-a-play of Cole Porterís musical Kiss Me Kate, presented at Westfield High School last weekend.

This Week's Cartoon

FINDING AN OPENING TO SCORE...Raider point guard Reggie Solomon, center, finds an opening between two Bulldogs and rolls in a lay-up. Solomon pumped in 14 points and added two steals.

Week In Sports: Lady Blue Devils Accomplished Two of Three Goals in Hoops; Bulldogs Creep Past Raiders For Section Hoops Title; Blue Devil Boy Cagers Won Three of Last Four Games; Difficult Schedule, Vacancies Haunted Raider Wrestlers; Hyatt Golf Pro Discusses How to Spring into Action - Photos

Devil's Den: Most Memorable Moments No. 5: March 18, 1972

His own personal 'penalty box.'

DIY Network turns SP room into Ranger haven
WHS takes on Kiss Me, Kate
Temptations to perform at UCPAC
Terrill unveils Cast...
Burgdorff realtor to chair fundraiser
Watchmen - Alternate Entertainment (3 popcorns)

BUSTLIN' BROADWAY...SFor sailors, sinners, mission workers and women of the night, all action on the Great White Way stops, not for the crap game in Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School's production of Guys and Dolls, but for a touristís camera lens. The Frank Loesser musical completes its run this weekend.


One More Hour 

Government Reform Thought: Stimulus money cannot be considered as a way to cut government spending. It was meant to stimulate the economy, not as a means to increase government spending. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 

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