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Donna Douglas, center, was featured in 1960 “The Twilight Zone” episode “Eye of the Beholder.” Classic episodes of “The Twilight Zone,” which began on Oct. 2, 1959, and ended on June 19, 1964, are currently streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. 

Here We Are, in ‘The Twilight Zone’ …

If your television preferences lean toward the uncanny but you have already exhausted director Jordan Peele’s rebooted “Twilight Zone” episodes, you may want to check out that show’s source material. 


Choose a song you like and plug it into a website that will then add 20 seconds of lyrics under drawings of good hand-washing technique. Photo from washyourlyrics.com

Wash Your Hands with Washyourlyrics

If you’re already sick of singing “Happy Birthday” twice while you wash your hands, there’s a new and better way.

At a website called www.washyourlyrics.com, you choose a song that matches your mood. Type in the name of the song and the singer or composer/songwriter.


Reesa Nestor is Willie in “This Property Is Condemned” by Tennessee Williams, which is at the Sherman Playhouse. Photo by Agnes Fohn

Tennessee Williams And the Uncertainty of Life

Katherine Almquist promises that the Sherman Playhouse will not close down during this month’s run of three one-act plays by Tennessee Williams.

“Even if there’s only one person in the audience, the show will go on,” she vowed, with the grit of a true theater person. 


A portrait of Keith Haring from 1985 is one of more than 30 portraits of artists and gallery owners from that era in a new show of older work by Jeannette Montgomery Barron. Photo by Jeannette Montgomery Barron

Falling in Love Again with Faces From the Past

A retrospective of Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s portraits from the 1980s is at the Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York City at 50 Lespinard St. until April  18. 

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