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April 2014


In the current issue of Local Color...

On the cover: Sierra Newby plays Dorothy and Violet Gorrell plays Glinda the Good Witch in the Brighton High School Drama production of Wizard of Oz, a musical with a different spin on its tornado. It was performed March 7, 8 and 14-16 in the BHS Auditorium. Photo by Mark Humbert

Sepia Tones: The Okubo brothers tend the alleys - and everything else - at their Lucky Lanes.
Big Picture: Winds improve for Vestas Americas as it celebrates five years in Brighton.
Our Neighbors: Luther Wilson's life and legacy bound by books. • His personal library is full of friends.
News: United Power election has four seats up.
Then and Now: Amy Wagner turns her interest in sports into an off-the-field career tied to baseball.
Feature: Olive Branch offers hope, health, education in Uganda and Rwanda
Feature: In the Garden: 3 tips for healthy vegetables • Plant Select® suggests new, hardy plants for the coming season
Time Exposure: German dance troupe REMIX becomes first international act at Armory • Potpourri
Screenings: 300 sequel less than original
In Other Words: Chopra brothers Deepak and Sanjiv choose different paths in same career.

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