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All My Sons

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Bailey running for School Committee

Worcester Telegram
My grandparents, parents, brothers and my sons and daughter all graduated from Clinton High School. My son, Ryan, is a fifth-grade student in the Clinton Middle School. My mother was a teacher in Lancaster for 37 years and my father was a teacher in ...

1947 Tony Awards Best Play Winner All My Sons News

Fresno State honors gay foster dad

Los Angeles Blade
“After it was all over, my oldest son said, 'when I grow up, I want to be just like you.' I had a moment,” Calderon-Phangrath says. “When the university selected me for this honor, they said, 'you know there are no awards or prizes that come with it ...

1947 Tony Awards Best Play Winner All My Sons News

Mom Celebrates Her Son's Love of Tutus and Frilly Dresses in Heartwarming Photo Series

Babble (blog)
While Kells says she is not teaching her son gender stereotypes, she did say this: “My son is a boy. He knows he's a boy. We are teaching him that girls have a vagina and boys have a penis. He has a penis, he is a boy.” Not all parents agree with this ...

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Guild Hall in East Hampton takes a chance on 'Angry Young Man'

Newsday
The play is directed by Stephen Hamilton, familiar to Long Islanders as a co-founder of Bay Street Theater and more recently as director of “All My Sons” and “RED” at the Drew. “It's dark and topical stranger-in-a-strange-land humor,” Gladstone adds ...

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