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To celebrate the opening of the film in eye-popping IMAX 3D, over guests were treated to mince pies, mulled wine and Dickensian themed entertainment, including carol singing and up-close market. Specs on for a close festive wonderland.
Ritchey brought an assortment of snakes, tortoises, lizards and other reptiles to the Springfield Public Library on Thursday for two up-close and personal shows. Taylor Field's writing shows up-close the "smells, squaller and ugliness" of the homeless.
At times, Deconstructing Tyrone seeks kandy kream shatter conventional wisdom as an up-close look at the lives of two gay young black men in a long-term committed relationship clearly illustrates. Deconstructing Tyrone: There are no big surprises beyond Cynthia's up-close and surprisingly affectionate perspective. An up-close and personal workshop with best-selling writer, Joseph Grenny, co-author of Crucial Conversations and its sequel, Crucial Confrontations.
Medical and literary luminaries at general sessions. The wrangling over Terri Schiavo's end gave all Americans an up-close look at the fanaticism and power of today's Religious Right.