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PLUMSTED: Walk to End Brain Tumors is returning to New Egypt

   Bruce Blount was in the U.S. Air Force when he started to have dizzy spells and to wake up with headaches “really only extra -strength Tylenol could take of.”

   ”I was in the military at the time and was misdiagnosed for two years,” Mr. Blount said. “My wife demanded that I go to a real doctor so I told them to give me the best doctor (on the military base), and they diagnosed me right away. Later that day, they did a MRI and found a mass in my brain.”

   He was hospitalized for three months during which time doctors surgically removed the tumor and gave him radiation and other therapies.



Dance the Night Away

MCCARTER Theatre Center is known for putting on a memorable gala each season, and this year should be no exception as its annual Gala Benefit, with the theme of “Shaken and Stirred” takes place May 9.

   The event will include a silent auction and a post-concert party complete with music and dancing by the legendary Pink Martini.

   ”People can expect a good time,” says Storm Large, who will be lead vocalist on the night. “It’s a lot of fun, a lot of dancing. I speak about 17 different languages and you can expect lots of craziness — but not too much.”


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