Mark Lussky 
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Re: “Spice Island Tea House

I love this place. There is no wine or beer but you can bring your own. The portions are enormous so you will be taking food home. Everything I have ever had here was wonderful. The staff are also great. The only problem is finding parking. But there is a small lot behind the restaurant. Bon appetit.

Posted by Mark Lussky on 12/10/2014 at 2:22 PM

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Posted by Mark Lussky on 07/25/2016 at 2:45 PM

Re: “U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton opens campaign office in Pittsburgh

What is the phone number for the Clinton campaign office in Pittsburgh? This crucial information is missing from the article. Thanks, Mark Lussky

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Posted by Mark Lussky on 04/05/2016 at 8:32 PM

Re: “Captured by Indians explores warfare and culture in 18th-century Pennsylvania

You cannot copyright a title. You cannot copyright a name. You cannot copyright an idea. You can only copyright a work.

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Posted by Mark Lussky on 02/03/2016 at 3:12 PM

Re: “Truth

Despite the documentary weaknesses which are the subject of this film, has it ever been shown that the story that Bush deserted the Guard to escape detection as a cocaine user was factually wrong?

Posted by Mark Lussky on 10/28/2015 at 11:19 AM

Re: “My Thai

I believe they still have the beautiful Thai dancers on Sunday nights. I hope so, anyway, as this made a meal at My Thai a cultural high spot as well as a gastronomic delight.

Posted by Mark Lussky on 10/23/2015 at 9:40 PM

Re: “Pitt Stages' The Dog in the Manger

I saw it. I loved it. But I didn't see the need for the contemporary dance music and robot dancing. Maybe the theory is to attract contemporary youth with music that is familiar to them. But I went to the performance seeking a better understanding of the arts, people and mores of seventeenth century Spain. I already know about house music because I live in the twenty-first century. Just a minor cavil.

Posted by Mark Lussky on 02/18/2015 at 11:21 AM

Re: “The Playboy of the Western World at the Conservatory Theatre Company

It took me two acts to develop the ear to decipher the unmiked actors' Irish accents. So a lot of the wordplay at the start of the play was lost on me. What was this dispensation which was being sought? Why did the village girls have dirt on their faces? Was it meant to be port-wine stains? I think my seat must have been in an acoustic bad spot in this 250 seat theater. I saw the movie version on TV many years ago and found it charming. I think it was more accessible because the actors could speak in normal tones without having to project their voices into the theater. I'm glad I saw this version. But what was this seven dollar convenience fee added onto the ticket price on top of the three dollar handling fee?

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Posted by Mark Lussky on 04/16/2014 at 11:22 AM

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