An Insider's Perspective

Newsboys Strike, Bosses Cave and Love Triumphs on Warner Stage

Theater: ‘NEWSIES’

They sing.  They dance.  They fly through the air in acrobatic turns.  The “newsies,” the rough, tough street kids who sold newspapers in turn of 20th Century New York have come to the Warner Theatre with energy to burn.

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Teenage pregnancy So many questions, so few answers

Early pregnancy — children having children — is a topic that many shy away from because there really is no answer on how to solve the problem. At the end of the day, everyone has his or her own opinion and will make his or her own choices. But when you see a girl who looks barely 16 pushing a stroller, you probably think to yourself, “I hope it’s her younger sibling.”

But what if it’s not?