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Lost in the Stars Is Found Again

Encores’ A Tree Grows in Brooklyn offered great familial strife, but that emerged for mostly financial reasons: its anti-hero couldn’t (or wouldn’t) hold a job. But its dire circumstances were ameliorated by the presence of Cissy, a happy-go-lucky ... Source: TheaterMania.com

FROM THE BROOKLYN AERIE

The ailanthus tree, which Betty Smith immortalized in her novel “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” is so hardy and adaptable it supposedly can grow even out of concrete. Whether it is true or not I don’t know, but some say that Brooklyn contributed more men ... Source: Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Beach photographer displays whimsy in Norfolk exhibit

Judy Baker is looking in a mirror with a child’s image reflecting back at her. Another, which Mel Baker calls “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” is a collage of a tree in winter with four 8-by-10-inch photos placed together. “This is my trademark piece ... Source: HamptonRoads.com

Brooklyn Residents Buying Williamsburg-Themed Cigarettes in Bunches

Then, a light bulb: Brooklyn . We'll sell our cigarettes on the cred accrued ... possibly written by a team of marketers who have never been to Williamsburg. “It’s where a tree grows.” (Groan.) The marketing campaign promises its customers will earn ... Source: New York Observer

The Complete 'You Must Read This' Recommendation List

Below you can find the complete list of selections for 'You Must Read This.' To print this list, choose the "Print Page" icon in the upper righthand corner. Click on the titles to read a review and an excerpt from the book. 47 , by Walter Mosley, Little ... Source: NPR News

Wine cellar vs. library

And, of course, how can I part with A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. As my eyes scanned the books, my hands inevitably had to touch them and pull them from their comfortable places so that I could read a line or two and remember my life, my past ... Source: Albany Times Union (blog)

Camel cigarette brand becomes “hip” with Williamsburg-themed packaging

It's where a tree grows. It's Camel in the Williamsburg corner of Brooklyn," the text found on the back of the pack of cigarettes states. "[Smoking is] an expensive and toxic habit that is presently and too often picked up by young and impressionable New Yorkers. Source: Pace Press

Bitch Magazine, YA Fiction, and an Irate Scott Westerfeld

The real issue here, as other readers pointed out, is the omission of one of my favorite books of all time, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn . But the knee-jerk pandering to vocal elements of their comment base (and implication that women need to be protected from ... Source: The Portland Mercury (blog)

Sundance documentary features local movie guru

Films added last year include, “Airplane” (1980), “The Empire Strikes Back” (1980), “Malcolm X” (1992), “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” (1945) and “Newark Athlete” (1891). Source: Culpeper Star-Exponent

Williamsburg Camel Cigarettes Could Be Selling Well, Definitely Killing Culture

Brooklyn Paper reports that the special packs ... a sloppy kiss goodbye and a solo saunter to a rock show in an abandoned building. It's where a tree grows" is real ad copy -- and shell out an extra dollar for ciggies that will kill you all the same, but ... Source: Village Voice (blog)

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