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Otherworldly spaces, unwitting celebrities, murder mysteries and tomatoes in NIF Week 3 program

Alumnae Theatre Company opened the Week 3 program of its annual New Ideas Festival (NIF) last night. This is the final week of the fest, running until March 29 up in the studio space. 938 more words

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Week Three review! Running to Sunday March 29.

Otherworldly spaces, unwitting celebrities, murder mysteries and tomatoes in NIF Week 3 program

Alumnae Theatre Company opened the Week 3 program of its annual New Ideas Festival (NIF) last night. This is the final week of the fest, running until March 29 up in the studio space. 938 more words

Theatre

"Everything in the world is about sex except sex. Sex is about power."

Miles was something else; he was tall (surprise, surprise) with thick, wavy dark hair, a tan that would make every girl jealous and penis that would make every man jealous. 729 more words

Honest

Over and under it

Winter is finally making it’s exit. Phew. I am so sick to death of it. Winter is depressing. It is grey, it is dull, it is not a happy place. 640 more words

Life

Are You In A Situationship?

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A lot of my readers have questioned what this term means and whether it’s a good thing. In most cases it’s not, and it leaves many women wondering why they invested time into a person who couldn’t introduce her as anything more than a close friend. 802 more words

Women

My first time ...

My first time…

6 weeks after Theo and I met, I had a trip planned to visit my brother and sister in law, Theo lived about an hour from them. 1,957 more words

Honest

The Daily Read: How to Survive the "So, What Are We?" Question

So you’ve been “talking” to that special someone for a while now and whether or not you have discussed it, it is very evident based on your actions that you are more than “just friends” or even “friends with benefits” for that matter.  574 more words

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