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  1. May 06,  · Unity Theatre presents Becky’s New Car, a thoroughly original comedy with serious overtones, and a delightful drive down the road not taken.
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  5. May 30,  · A “cruiser” class bike is built so you can leave home, cruise around and go home that night. Luggage has to be strapped to the bike, exposed to the elements. A “touring” bike has lots of hard, waterproof, locking compartments and is designed for long travels involving overnight stays.
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