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    TV News by Thomas Shales, p. 3 - PDF
     'Fun to Watch'
    DC Gazette, January 22, 1970
  2.  
    Thornton Wildersville by Thomas Shales, p. 9 - PDF
    DC Gazette, February 5, 1970
  3.  
    Hamlet as Comedy by Thomas Shales, p. 11 - PDF
     The Press
    DC Gazette, February 20, 1970
  4.  
    Talking Back to Your Set by Thomas Shales, p. 16 - PDF
    DC Gazette, March 23, 1970
  5.  
    The Media by Thomas Shales, pp. 5-6 - PDF
    DC Gazette, April 6, 1970
  6.  
    The False Mirror by Thomas Shales, pp. 7-9 - PDF
    DC Gazette, April 20, 1970
  7.  
    The WETA Mess by Thomas Shales, p. 6 - PDF
    DC Gazette, May 4, 1970
  8.  
    Drama at the Ellipse... and Elsewhere by Thomas Shales, p. 12 - PDF
    DC Gazette, May 18, 1970
  9.  
    Just Like a Real Newspaper by Thomas Shales, p. 8 - PDF
    DC Gazette, June 1, 1970
  10.  
    Honoring America by Thomas Shales, p. 4 - PDF
    DC Gazette, July 13, 1970
  11.  
    Another Autumn by Thomas Shales, p. 10 - PDF
    DC Gazette, September 7, 1970
  12.  
    In the Summer. At the Circle by Thomas Shales, p. 9 - PDF
    DC Gazette, September 20, 1970
  13.  
    Fade to Black by Thomas Shales, p. 6 - PDF
    DC Gazette, October 12, 1970
  14.  
    Theatre in Nixonland by Thomas Shales, p. 15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, October 26, 1970
  15.  
    Sex in New York City by Thomas Shales, pp. 14-15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, November 23, 1970
  16.  
    Live and Direct by Thomas Shales, p. 7 - PDF
    DC Gazette, January 18, 1971
  17.  
    Three Plays by Thomas Shales, p. 13 - PDF
    DC Gazette, February 1, 1971
  18.  
    Pueblo and the Web and the Rock by Thomas Shales, p. 15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, March 15, 1971
  19.  
    Hair: a Loud, Joyful, Plastic Smash by Thomas Shales, p. 15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, March 29, 1971
  20.  
    Tell Them Willie-Boy Is Here by Thomas Shales, pp. 14-15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, April 12, 1971
  21.  
    Is the Marlboro Man That Way? by Thomas Shales, p. 14 - PDF
    DC Gazette, April 26, 1971
  22.  
    Hiding Howard's Geritol by Thomas Shales, pp. 4-5 - PDF
    DC Gazette, May 10, 1971
  23.  
    Awake and Sing! by Thomas Shales, pp. 20-21 - PDF
    DC Gazette, May 24, 1971
  24.  
    Gay Liberation in DC by Thomas Shales, p. 5 - PDF
    DC Gazette, May 24, 1971
  25.  
    What the Butler Saw by Thomas Shales, p. 15 - PDF
    DC Gazette, June 7, 1971
Total Items = 44  ALL FIRST PREVIOUS  1   2  NEXT LAST / By 25 By 50
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