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Winning with The Loser Letters — Now On Stage

Last Friday I had the new, cool experience of seeing an National Review Online  piece — actually, a series of them, on stage. As you may have seen by now, The Loser Letters, once a series on NRO by Mary Eberstadt that became a book, has been adapted to the stage, at my alma mater, The Catholic University of America. I mention this in part because if you’re in the D.C. area, there are opportunities again to see it tonight and tomorrow and Sunday.
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