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1989's Driving Miss Daisy- Solving racism through being in the same room as each other

DRIVING MISS DAISY: Directed by Bruce Beresford, 81% on Rotten Tomatoes.

It is a very important fact to me, a world-shatteringly important fact to me, that Dan Aykroyd, of Ghostbusters and  918 more words

Lawrence The Chauffeur has retired

Little gestures sometimes make a big difference.

The guys in the Uptown Motors body shop in Muscatine have earned some public praise. The small favor they did for me Monday will make a big improvement whenever I have passengers in my… 429 more words

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WTF? 'Driving Miss Daisy' reference on merch geared towards girls?

Forgot about this.

My mom buys me notebooks and pens, since she knows I write a lot. She got me two of these on sale one day, I guess because I like the colors. 44 more words

Racism

MCC Home Video Scorecard #5: Oscars Warm-Up

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: the recurring feature that’s me jotting down capsule-sized notes about Stuff I Recently Watched at home. In this batch: one of this year’s nominees in one of the less ballyhooed categories; two past Best Picture nominees that should’ve been contenders; and two Best Picture winners with little in common except racism and car crashes. 1,178 more words

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Upcoming at the Library!

Greetings all!

I hope you are having a nice weekend so far! Here’s what we have going on this week at the Library:

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MTC's 'Driving Miss Daisy' Tugs at the Heartstrings

By Karen Isaacs

Albert Uhry’s Driving Miss Daisy which is getting a very nice production at MTC in Norwalk through Feb. 22 is a feel-good play. 844 more words

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Enjoy a scene from Huguenot Community Players' latest offering, 'Driving Miss Daisy'

RICHMOND, Va – Director Ann Davis and actors Pat Walker and Larry ‘Akin’ Smith are excited to announce The Huguenot Community Players’ latest offering, ‘Driving Miss Daisy.’ Pat Walker, plays, ‘Miss Daisy’ and Larry ‘Akin Smith portrays ‘Hoke Coleburn.’  This production is part of the 2015 Acts of Faith Festival. 101 more words

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