Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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Racy book shares too many sordid sex details

Run to the library, catch a better book and kiss this story line goodbye - “Run Catch Kiss” by Amy Sohn (Scribner Paperback Fiction, $12) falls far short of its potential. Just out of college, Ariel Steiner, 22, is an aspiring actress in New York City who becomes discouraged after being cast in “fat-girl” roles and after going on countless letdown auditions. The novel tells of a young woman with low self-esteem who essentially sells herself to the lowest bidder to make extra money.

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Mockingbird conveys lesson

LANSING - “To Kill a Mockingbird” reveals the racial tensions of life in a small town in the Deep South in the 1930s. The show opened Thursday at Boarshead Theater, 425 S.