A client calls a cleaning service and requests a maid for a home or camp cleaning. The maid arrives with supplies, promptly locks themselves in the bathroom to change into a new outfit and reappears as a French maid, a cheerleader, Wonder Woman, or a buff bad boy in shades and cutoffs.
This is the story of a parent diagnosed with a terminal illness and of children who have been blocked from the home or hospital at a crucial time when that parent should be surrounded by the love of family.
HAMPDEN - Acclaimed jazz trumpeter Ingrid Jensen is scheduled to appear in residency next week with Hampden Academy jazz students as part of the Jazz Residency Initiative, a non-profit organization which coordinates artists-in-residency with schools.
HAMPDEN - Music students at Hampden Academy have been busy preparing for a concert and CD release that will benefit one of their own.
“Grim Reaper” Gil operates a celebrity “dead pool” – a private organized competition whereby participants select the next famous person (or people) they believe will soon assume room temperature.
Imagine owning Bob Dylan’s original handwritten final-draft of lyrics for “Blowin’ in The Wind,” David Bowie’s stage outfit from his 1987 Glass Spider tour or the iconic original hand-painted awning that hung above the entrance to storied punk and new wave venue CBGB in New York City.
The film industry considers January and February to be “dump months” – a release time for movies not anticipated to be critical or commercial successes.
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