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Jessica Silver
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Attended Indiana University
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My late father used to sing this to me at night when he tucked me in.  
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"Once" was brilliant.  I love OTTC more than life itself but I also thought "Once" was far and away the best show of the season, and it was magical.  Maybe it isn't your cup of tea, but it's so senselessly elitist to malign a perfectly wonderful, original, fresh and lovely show for no reason.  You can make the point that big traditional Broadway musicals with tap numbers and enormous sets have made way for small, intimate musicals with nontraditional stagings and unit sets in the interest of money and you think it is a shame without slamming a genuinely original work of art that deservedly won a Tony.  
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I LOVE this show.
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  • The Solid Silver Company
    Owner, Consultant, present
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  • Indiana University
    Music, 1985 - 1991
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Charming store on gorgeous Duck Harbor Pond, just minutes from downtown Honesdale but absolutely a world away. I drove in on a whim when I saw the sign on the side of 191 heading south into Honesdale. It's about a mile from the main road on wide and extremely well-maintained dirt roads. You pass a historical site, an old grist mill, on the way in. I thought I had taken every possible side road and discovered every possible out of the way antique shop, but this was a wonderful surprise, made even more special by the location. It is an old farmhouse with the store taking up just about every available room on multiple floors, including the bathroom which is available to customers. The collection of items for sale was wonderfully curated, ranging from turn of the century Golden oak dressers and slant-top desks to a 1960s-era illuminated map/time zone clock by Howard Miller, jewelry, vintage accessories, housewares and sundries. Local artisanal products were also for sale, including maple syrup from the neighboring farm and homemade organic liquid soaps that smelled divine. Prices were *extremely* reasonable. I could have browsed in there for at least an hour, but I didn't have a lot of time. I would happily, happily return, and possibly bring a book to read on their porch, as the two fellows who owned the business were extremely warm and friendly. There was also a very affectionate, loudly-purring orange marmalade cat outside who I need to pay another visit to. I can't emphasize enough how absolutely BEAUTIFUL the location of this store is. It's easy to get to and well worth the detour.
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