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Parks and Recreation (tv program)

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  • Comedy Central has a winner in 'Broad City' from MICA grad

    Comedy Central has a winner in 'Broad City' from MICA grad
    Last year, Comedy Central delivered one of TV's most successful midseason series with "Inside Amy Schumer," starring Towson University grad and standup comedian Amy Schumer.
  • Paying one's dues [Editorial]

    Paying one's dues  [Editorial]
    Public employees have a right to be represented by a union and to collective bargaining in states like Maryland where the law allows it. And the only way such a system can work — at least on a practical level — is to require all those...

    Like/Dislike with Lauren Saunders, actor

    Like/Dislike with Lauren Saunders, actor
    How's this for a challenging role? A young girl travels through time with her younger sister. Oh, and she's determined to kill God. Still, Lauren Saunders was down for playing Lucy in Single Carrot Theatre's "A Beginner's Guide to Deicide." "I was...

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, 'Soda Tax'

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, 'Soda Tax'
    Like many sitcoms, "Parks and Recreation" can be broken down by its at-times separate, at-times interweaving storylines. TV Lust's Amy Watts breaks down the plots: In the A plot: Leslie has proposed a tax on soft drinks to deal with Pawnee's obesity...

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, so many bachelor parties

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, so many bachelor parties
    The episode starts with a visit from Native American Ken Hotate, which sets up some great jokes about the Pawnee relationship with the local tribe, which Leslie describes as "murder-y." Hotate is fun, poking the white people's political correctness...