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  1. Difficult times – good luck with the choir. My wife has sung with the Bryn Mawr Pres choir for many years, but at least they have a congregation that values their work. Communities will have to step up and fund what they value. A friend of mine complained recently about a talented actor/writer we both know, saying the guy can’t earn a living. But when I asked how many times he went to the theater in the last year, the answer was never.

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