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The Oaks Club fixture poses with his "castle."

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  • Board members Betty DeForest, Larry Booth, and Paul Frumkin listen to public comments.
  • Wayward Unified
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  • Anthony Pidgeon
  • Dec 4, 2002
  • Now entering vielle-ville: Shira Kammen.
  • String Town
  • Now entering vielle-ville: Shira Kammen.
  • Anthony Pidgeon
  • Nov 27, 2002
  • Passage to indie: Colette Washington
  • Naked Launch
  • Passage to indie: Colette Washington
  • Anthony Pidgeon
  • Nov 20, 2002
  • The heat of battle: Therm's pyrotechnic knight challenges flames and Tesla coils.
  • Here's to Prometheus
  • The heat of battle: Therm's pyrotechnic knight challenges...
  • Anthony Pidgeon
  • Nov 13, 2002
  • Dr. Toy: Author Stevanne Auerbach is worried about the rush to teach kids too much, too fast.
  • LeapFrog's Game
  • Dr. Toy: Author Stevanne Auerbach is worried about...
  • Anthony Pidgeon
  • Oct 9, 2002

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