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Gaslight - Lynnfield

So, we headed out the other night to go to one of our favorite restaurants only to get to the door and find it locked and the place obviously closed for the night. 363 more words


Gaslighting or gas-lighting is a form of mental abuse in which a victim is manipulated into doubting his or her own memory, perception and sanity. It’s even a term used in psychology. 605 more words

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Gaslight Brasserie Du Coin

“Gaslight, Brasserie du Coin, (literally brasserie on the corner) is The Aquitaine Group’s classic neighborhood Parisian brasserie. Gaslight, located at 560 Harrison Avenue in Boston’s historic South End, offers its guests French brasserie cuisine of impeccable quality and improbable value in an informal, old world, is new again setting. 144 more words


Gaslight Movie from 1940: Suppressed Version of the Famous Tale of Male Psychological Abuse

You are probably already familiar with the 1944, MGM version of the movie, Gaslight, which starred Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman, but there is a chance you may not have heard of the 1940, British National Films version. 668 more words


London 2016: Day 3

It was “freezing”, cloudy, and windy this morning, so I probably didn’t enjoy my walking tour of Greenwich as much as I otherwise would have.  Greenwich is one of the parts of London I haven’t visited before, and was on my short list of must-dos this time.   503 more words


Clinton Continues To Gaslight Sanders

     First is first! What is Gaslighting you might ask? It’s the willful manipulation of facts to twist and reshape them to form your own narrative. If anyone is guilty of it in this election cycle, many people would point to Donald Trump, but if one takes a closer look to the Democratic side we have clear examples as well.     725 more words



Director: George Cukor
Producer: Arthur Hornblow, Jr.
Writer: John Van Druten & Walter Reisch and John L. Balderston
Cast: Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Dame May Whitty, Angela Lansbury… 1,684 more words

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