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March 11, 2001

The prisoner A man's death sentence is a life sentence for a boy who desperately wants to believe his father is innocent. Story

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'Knock on the next door'
Thirteen years ago, she was a champion seller of Girl Scout cookies. Was it something in those cookies that made her such a dynamo, then and now?

A Pickle Parade for quiet heroes
My sister Holly called me from Wisconsin to announce her intention to march in the Pickle Parade. I am using my literary license to call it the Pickle Parade because I like the alliteration.

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Bay area opera tells its own epic tale
You might say it all started with Norma Tina Russo.

Orchestra's pop series stays the course
The Florida Orchestra is going with a largely familiar lineup for its 2001-02 pops series. Skitch Henderson, Doc Severinsen and Richard Hayman will return to conduct. Peter Schickele will lead an evening devoted to the fictional P.D.Q. Bach. The eight-program series will also have tributes to Frank Sinatra, Mario Lanza and Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Arts Talk
Asolo's lineup

The barre and beyond
When local teen Daniel Ulbricht took up ballet, little did he think that his talent in dance would far outstrip his skill at karate. At 17, he is dancing solos with the New York City Ballet.

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