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  • Vol. 48, No. 20
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Arts & Entertainment

  • Theater review: 'Peter Pan'
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  • Theater review: 'Peter Pan'

    With an ensemble of more than 40 (including many elementary and middle school-age children) and a jovial, gender-neutral Peter Pan, Robert Wesleyan College Community Theatre’s production of J. M. Barrie’s classic story is a celebration of youth, joy, and freedom.
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Restaurants

  • Cocktails & cake at Park Ave's late night bakery
  • Dining Reviews
  • Cocktails & cake at Park Ave's late night bakery

    Caramel Bakery and Bar is a cheerful, sweet-smelling alternative to many of the city's nighttime haunts. Wednesday through Saturday it's a great after-dinner spot for dessert and a nightcap or two, and its Sunday brunch is providing a welcome option for those tired of the long wait for a seat at the other Park Avenue eateries.
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