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  • Birdie's mom takes her underground and demands she pass as white, while her darker-skinned sister and her father disappear in Brazil.

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  • Birdie's mom takes her underground and demands she pass as white, while her darker-skinned sister and her father disappear in Brazil.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • For a few dollars, pick up some strawberries or baked goods at the farmers 'market on Saturday mornings in the summer, then try the $6.95 Spanish omelet with chorizo and cheese at Birdie's Caf

    Baraboo, a Circus Birthplace

  • "Caucasia" is chiefly Birdie's story, and her struggles to fit in anywhere, to pass as anything, are vivid.

    Color Lines

  • In a couple of months get a woven wrap - a Didymos in Indio weave is good for little babes, and can be purchased at Lemon Balm Essentials or Birdie's Room.

    Arms And The Mom

  • The Eckfords had no phone but did have a television, the better to keep the children in Birdie's sights.

    Through a Lens, Darkly

  • It was all Birdie's idea okay, not completely -- it was Gene's idea too.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • It was all Birdie's idea okay, not completely -- it was Gene's idea too.

    Trinoc-con Begins

  • Young Morgan looked distinctly irate that Birdie's one in a thousand shot had gone in, costing her the U.S. Open at age 17.

    Archive 2005-06-26

  • Young Morgan looked distinctly irate that Birdie's one in a thousand shot had gone in, costing her the U.S. Open at age 17.

    US Ladies Open

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