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    News of the Week: Men of Late Night, the Monopoly Musical, and a Moon of Strawberry

    Chocolate puddings, strawberry moons, and ancient Twinkies are all on the smorgasbord of Bob Sassone’s column this week, plus some late-show antics and Broadway board games — in case you’ve already eaten.

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    Finding Avery

    A sister and brother team up to take a city's restaurant scene by culinary storm. All they need now is a chef with a New York look and attitude to match.

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  • "What will the old man say when he learns the family chauffeur wants to marry his daughter?"Illustrated by Ralph Pallen Coleman

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    Being in Love

    His son’s relationship with the boss’ daughter is getting serious! Dad encourages his son to talk to the boss about turning him into a father-in-law, but to find the emergency exit first.

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  • "Now she insists you join up on her parties, even though you know her father would disapprove of your stepping out of character as the family chauffeur."
Illustrated by Ralph Pallen Coleman

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    The Boss’s Daughter

    When his son is in the romantic deep end after becoming the focus of the boss’s daughter, Dad offers little help on how to hold off the girl and hold on to the job.

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  • It took a three-weeks vigil atop a 55-foot steel tower to get this picture of a sassy bald-eagle matron and her brood.

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    From Slingshots to Ink Stamps: The Fearless Birder

    In 1942, Edward Reimann wanted readers to understand that bird lovers aren’t sissies. From these descriptions of the dangerous lengths he went to to tag hatchlings, it’s clear that he was right.

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Post Week in Review

News of the Week: Men of Late Night, the Monopoly Musical, and a Moon of Strawberry

Chocolate puddings, strawberry moons, and ancient Twinkies are all on the smorgasbord of Bob Sassone’s column this week, plus some late-show antics and Broadway board games — in case you’ve already eaten.

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