Independent Production

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Marla Grossman ’93 warns that it’s not exactly a feel-good movie. But she certainly feels good about what she and HLS classmate Gary Barkin have accomplished: Their company, Sidekick Entertainment, has produced a film that won a George Foster Peabody Award in March.

The Game of His Life

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Fenway Park pulsed with the sounds of 33,000 fans lucky enough to score tickets in the middle of a pennant race. They pleaded and yelled and stomped and groaned at every pop-up, called strike, or double play.

The Biggest Game in Town

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Tom Gallagher ’69 doesn’t gamble, but he certainly knows gaming. The president and CEO of Las Vegas’ Park Place Entertainment, the world’s largest casino and resort company, has been at the helm for just one year, but he is in many ways a veteran.

The Dean Saves the Day

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  For Dean Robert Clark ’72 it was just another day at the office when students in the Drama Society’s spring parody, License to Bill, called on him to simultaneously deliver punch lines and save the School from destruction. In the play, Clark (flanked by Nancy Trainer ’01 and Aaron Rosenberg ’02) comes to the […]

A Lodge Out West

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In the land of the bean and the cod (that’s Boston for those of you who have forgotten), it was once said that the Cabots speak only to the Lodges. The Lodges apparently got around a little bit more. Or at least one of them did, according to a new biography of John Lodge ’29, […]