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From Sunday's Newsday, Long Island theater producer Fred De Feis, of Arena Players, to stage priestly pedophilia play inspired in part by Baltimore priest, A House Divided.

And from Sunday's New York Times, Atomic Books co-owner (and occasional CP contributor) Benn Ray hates the '80s.

Missed this: After way too much consideration NPR ombudsman Jeffrey A. Dvorkin decides that John Waters on NPR Saturday mornings is OK.

A few weeks ago, before we started blogging heavily, the Miami Herald reported on South American U.S. sports stars and their families, including O's third baseman Melvin Mora and his brother, getting kidnapped and attacked when back home. Definitely worth a read.

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