CLEVELAND, Ohio - One of the marks of a great production is when the supporting characters, those stalwarts with a total number of lines you can count on one or two hands, are a sheer delight. That's the kind of tip-of-the-feathered-tiara-to-toe craftsmanship at work in the first national tour of the celebrated revival of "Hello, Dolly!" that kicked off Friday at the Connor Palace in Playhouse Square. You see it in Rudolph (Wally Dunn) the walrus-mustachioed maitre d' at the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant as he conducts the frantic "Waiter's Gallop," with nervous servers racing on and off the stage, nearly but never colliding, brandishing shish kebab skewers like fencing swords and rhythmically snapping the lids of serving trays heaped with food. He stands, the eye of a storm of aproned bodies, at the base of the iconic stairs from which we know one Dolly Gallagher Levi will soon descend, returning from a 10-year hiatus following the death of her husband, Ephraim Levi. The boys are in a … [Read more...] about ‘Hello, Dolly!’: Betty Buckley and a superb cast rediscover the legendary musical’s bittersweet joy (review)
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UVM Medical Center Published 10:02 p.m. UTC Jul 25, 2018 More than 40 million Americans suffer from varicose veins. For some, varicose veins are a cosmetic nuisance, but for others, they can be quite painful, and could be an indication of other circulatory issues. But what are varicose veins, and how can we really deal with them? To shed some light on this vascular condition listen to or read the conversation with Dr. Matthew Alef, a vascular surgeon at the University of Vermont Medical Center, and an assistant professor at the University of Vermont's Larner College of Medicine. What are varicose veins, and how to we get them? Dr. Alef: Varicose veins are peripheral veins, most commonly seen in the legs, which are no longer really performing their original function, which is to return blood to the heart. So they're kind of wasted veins under the skin? Dr. Alef: They're being lazy. They're similar to spider veins. They're actually on the same spectrum. Spider veins are … [Read more...] about Varicose Veins What are they and how do we get them?
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