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Pet Pals

The presidential candidates will tell you that it’s tough out there for women. Between holding down a job (to pay for her child), needing to take time off (to cater to her child), and leaving work early (to make dinner for her child), there seems little time available for a woman (a code word for mother) to have for herself.

Well, astoundingly, some women will never procreate. Instead, they choose an alternative path that could lead to a more introspective sort of life. And, sometimes, that leads to the brink of insanity. Or, if you’re lucky, self-actualization. In …and the Chihuahua, an unlikely meeting in unsavory circumstances finds a high-powered Jewish business woman and a free spirited ex-Rockette on a journey to find themselves, but mostly to find their way back home with the help of a laptop and a stray Chihuahua.


Tuesdays-Thursdays, 12:10 p.m. Starts: Nov. 6. Continues through Nov. 15, 2012
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Christina Caldwell