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Cost is $6 per adult and $3 for kids 3 to 10 years old and kids under 2 are free. Call 815-498-2040. Coming Up African Outreach: The Rev.

Our critics recommend... | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/10/2010
Great supporting cast includes Steve Buscemi, Jean Smart, Ray Liotta and Fred Willard. 1 hr. 30 R (sex, profanity, drugs, adult themes) - SR Reviewed by

Youth in Revolt: Michael Cera and His Evil Twin
François, also played by Cera, smokes, has a pencil-thin mustache and wears a costume of pristine white trousers, blue shirt and white loafers without socks

Review: Past and present, love and money collide for good fun in 'The Miser'
Expertly guided by director Bruce Vieira and aided greatly by Michael Berg's whimsical costume designs - some of them looking more like outfits for Carnaval

Performer gets nomination
Police Chief Fred Douglas said the victim was a juvenile and the suspect is an adult, and police are working with the Child Advocacy Center in Nashua.

Faith Calendar
Makeup and costume will be extra. Registration required. More info and registration at 630-553-0200. Study of prayer: Fox Valley Unity Church,

Crowd Pleasers
GOOD TIME CHARLEY - (708) 445-4450: A dance with DJ Fast Freddy will take place Saturday at Glendora House in Chicago Ridge. There will be a cash door prize

A Tiger, Through and Through: Donald H. Fox k'39 on his Father, Frederic Fox '39

As a son of Freddy Fox ’39, one of Princeton’s most enthusiastic ambassadors, Donald Fox grew up with a reunion tent in his backyard. Fox is a son of the late Frederic Fox ’39, who was one of the University’s great ambassadors, and with the exception of major-reunion years, his father’s classmates would gather at their home, one block north of Nassau Street. He could make that transferal, which is an interesting one, of saying, ‘Princeton is now filled with different people who are having different kinds of fun and experiences than I had. Brett Tomlinson: As a child growing up in Princeton, Donald Fox remembers celebrated Reunions in his backyard — literally. The younger Fox reflects on his father’s love of Princeton and his path in the 25 years between graduation and his eventual return to work on campus as the University’s recording secretary and later the “keeper of Princetoniana. He didn’t always talk about what he did [at Princeton], how things were.


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