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  • New York in Springtime is a beautiful time, especially when you can spend it with friends caring for this country and voicing their concern over the right wing president and the corrupt administration.

    Think Progress » House Conservatives Abandon Ethics Reform, End Debate on Bill With No Vote

  • Yet somewhere in this cycle in what we call Springtime, by ancient words and songs and just a feeling of lightness of being suddenly, we will be called out of the dead and dark.

    The Moderate Voice

  • That is the first place to start sprouting green in Springtime and a deer magnet.

    When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look?

  • I've just been teaching some twelve-tone pieces (Babbitt Duet and Widow's Lament in Springtime, Schoenberg 4th quartet and Serenade) so I'm interested in the subject.

    My Prerogative

  • Charity Alert: Keep that resolution in Springtime too!

    View from the Northern Border

  • Yet somewhere in this cycle in what some call Springtime, by ancient words and songs and just a feeling of 'lightness of being' suddenly, we will be called out of the dead and dark.

    The Moderate Voice

  • This resurgence was latterly sustained by three further short-story collections from Enitharmon: The Scenic Railway (1997), The Coming Day (2000) and A Renegade in Springtime (2003), as well as a memoir each of Auden (Remembering the Earlier Auden, 1998) and Isherwood (Christopher Isherwood: Notes in Remembrance of a Friendship, 1996), his co-conspirators from the 1930s.

    Edward Upward

  • If the show didn't sound potentially offensive to the second largest Jewish population of any private university, the producers in The Producers produce a show called Springtime for Hitler.

    Cody Brotter: "BU On Broadway" Puts on Controversial Musical

  • At the climax of Mel Brooks's 1968 comedy cult classic movie The Producers — the opening night of an intentionally awful musical about the Third Reich called Springtime for Hitler — the show's grandiose producer, Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel), tries to alienate the Times theater critic by ostentatiously offering him a bribe: he hands the prim man a complimentary ticket wrapped in a $100 bill.

    Double Take

  • Springtime, which is waiting for the Summer -- in all the flowers and all the trees.

    Halcyone

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