Monthly Archives: March 2011

Whipped Into Freedom

What an engaging, thought-provoking little-known drama I saw today at The City Center. “The Whipping Man,” starring one of our greater actors, Andre Braugher, jarred the audience into sitting upright in our seats as Matthew Lopez’s unpredictable plot unfolded. A slice … Continue reading

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Running With the Backpack Set

How a New York City high school teacher hooked up with the track team and enriched lives, including her own By Melinda Ehrlich This article appeared in Long Island Footnotes – April 2011.            Practically everyone at Richmond Hill … Continue reading

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I Had A Dream

by Melinda Ehrlich on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 8:03pm Published in the February 2011 Long Island Footnotes, the magazine of the Greater Long Island Running Club – I was at a large park before a race. It could’ve … Continue reading

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