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Ad Libs: Bits and tidbits

Uploaded: Nov 8, 2010
Some notes from the arts editor's desk on this fine Monday:

* This Wednesday, Foothill College hosts a free screening of the film "Food, Inc." at noon. I can't stop giggling at this line in the press release: "Snacks will be provided." Is that wrong?

* Someone sent me a copy of the CD "Broadway's Carols for a Cure." I'm devastated that there is no Palo Alto angle for the cast of "Mamma Mia" singing "O Holy Night."

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