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Snowstorm Reminds Us of the Value of Labor

January 31, 2016
By Steven Wishnia

New York, NY - A couple years ago, a friend’s teenage daughter who was writing a paper on socialism for a high-school class asked me if it would be possible to have a society where people didn’t have to work. No, I said, because we have to eat. City dwellers like us would starve without the labor of farmers, truckers, warehouse and wholesale workers, and supermarket and bodega shelf-stackers and cashiers.

Review of “Our Mother’s Brief Affair”

January 26, 2016
By Dr.Leonard Golubchick, Entertainment Editor for Labor Press

New York, NY- This is Richard Greenberg’s 11th play which was produced by the Manhattan Theater Club. This is his second collaboration with the Director Lynne Meadow. there is no doubt  that Linda Lavin, who portrays a widowed; Jewish woman form Long Island on the verge of senility, is the star in her portrayal of Ana, Ms. Lavin is quite glib in voicing Mr. Greenberg’s witty and comic dialogue.

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