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1. Part-Time Enlightenment -

I’ve been struggling with some serious philosophical issues lately. For example, I couldn’t remember if we were supposed to wait until after Memorial Day to wear white, or were we supposed to wait until after Labor Day? I tried to look it up on the Internet and discovered that most people don’t really care anymore and you can pretty much wear white anytime you want to. That’s a relief!

2. ‘Mad Men’: Dispelling The Myth -

Infamous “Mad Men” character Don Draper swills bourbon, chain smokes, womanizes and spouts out seemingly genius 1960s ad campaign concepts just under the wire every week on AMC’s mega hit. How accurate is this depiction of advertising agencies today? Let’s set the record straight.

3. Tigers Grow Close in Face of Adversity -

Here’s how a family works, at least a highly competitive family: You can say and do things to one another that you would never try on someone else.

So Rice’s Tamir Jackson was clearly in the role of outsider when he made a hard foul against the Tigers’ Joe Jackson late in a game the Tigers would win 73-51. Will Barton, Tarik Black and Trey Draper all came off the Memphis bench and were ejected.

4. Playhouse Brings Business to Stage -

Show business takes on business in the current production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” at Playhouse on the Square.

The musical comedy won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1962 as a deft satire of corporate culture, an award that nearly half a century later serves to remind us that time takes its toll on what was once considered edgy material.

5. Change in Dining Apparel Evident Over the Years -

Hey, pal, when was the last time you wore a tie to eat at a restaurant? A suit? A jacket? Consented to take off your baseball cap?

Not that men are required to look like Don Draper when dining out nor women to wear cocktail dresses, but things have changed radically in the realms of fine dining, and indeed, any kind of dining, over the past 20 or 30 years, coincident with a great sea-change in American culture.