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  • As a sample of what you can find there, the most-read poems from January were “Biblical Portions” by Errol Nimbly, “Three” by Damien Walters Grintalis, and “Grief Should Travel in a Straight Line” by Carol Ayer.

    February’s Table of Contents

  • Nimbly adapted by Jacqueline Woodson from her award-winning book of the same name, this world premiere -- artfully staged by Jennifer L. Nelson -- tells how a thoughtful, creative, 11-year-old boy named Lonnie finds himself in foster care after his parents die in a fire.

    Theater review of 'Locomotion' at the Kennedy Center Family Theater

  • Nimbly navigating hostile terrain, filmmaker Virginia Williams offers a riveting portrait of Dr. Massouda Jalal, a pediatrician and mother of three who faced near insurmountable challenges in her bid to lead a rigid Muslim society.

    Global Voices in English » IndieGoGo: fundraising for independent film-makers

  • Nimbly bypassing a dozen pots and pans scattered on the tile floor beside a mangled wrought-iron pot rack, Jack had to consider that he might, in fact, be too late.

    Black Magic

  • Nimbly bypassing a dozen pots and pans scattered on the tile floor beside a mangled wrought-iron pot rack, Jack had to consider that he might, in fact, be too late.

    Black Magic

  • Nimbly bypassing a dozen pots and pans scattered on the tile floor beside a mangled wrought-iron pot rack, Jack had to consider that he might, in fact, be too late.

    Black Magic

  • Nimbly directed by Allan Moyle, this Canadian-produced potential sleeper could command an even larger cult following than the helmer's enduringly popular Pump Up the Volume.

    GreenCine Daily: Park City. Cleanup.

  • Nimbly, he pretended to pluck his brain from his head and passed it swiftly to his groin, a universal joke.

    Cantinflas, the castillo and ponche in the plaza

  • Nimbly, he pretended to pluck his brain from his head and passed it swiftly to his groin, a universal joke.

    Cantinflas, the castillo and ponche in the plaza

  • Nimbly plucking the upright bass is John Munson, a ladykiller-type with an earring.

    James Gavin: Barb Jungr And The New Standards: When Rockers Age Gracefully

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