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Burdens

Burdens"Oh, dear, how hard it does seem to take up our packs and go on," sighed Meg the morning after the party, for now the holidays were over, the week of merrymaking did not fit her for goi…

The Song of Hiawatha: The White Man's Foot

The Famine Hiawatha's Departure The White Man's Foot In his lodge beside a river, Close beside a frozen river, Sat an old man, sad and lonely. White his hair was as a snow-drift; Dull …

Ladies Man

CBSMonday 8:30–9:00 p.m.Cast:Alfred Molina, Sharon Lawrence, Park Overall, Mariam Parris, Betty White, and Stephen Root The networks could use a go-between to let them know when virtuall…

Dead Man

Miramax; rental pricingFeature; RDirector: Jim JarmuschCast: Johnny Depp, Gabriel Byrne and Robert Mitchum Depp furthers his reputation for playing idiosyncratic outcasts with his portrayal of…

Family Man

Director:Brett RatnerWriters:David Diamond, David WeissmanUniversal Pictures; PG-13; 120 minutesRelease:12/00Cast:Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni, Don Cheadle Following an ancient model most re…

Betty White

Betty White has been a steady TV presence since the early 1950s, and she's best known for two popular roles: as Sue Ann Nivens in the 1970s hit The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and as Rose Nyland in the 198…

The White Snake

The White Snake A long time ago there lived a king who was famed for his wisdom through all the land. Nothing was hidden from him, and it seemed as if news of the most secret things was brough…

White Roses

White RosesWhile the travellers refreshed, and Mrs President struggled into her best gown, Josie ran into the garden to gather flowers for the brides. The sudden arrival of these interesting b…

Brewer's: Burden of a Song

The words repeated in each verse, the chorus or refrain. It is the French bourdon, the big drone of a bagpipe, or double-diapason of an organ, used in fortë parts and choruses. Burden…

Space Accidents

1967Jan. 27, Apollo 1: a fire aboard the space capsule on the ground at Cape Kennedy, Fla., killed astronauts Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White, and Roger Chaffee. April 23–24, Soyuz 1:…