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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Amy Herzog
She's a whiny, spoiled, would-be yoga teacher with no students, and he's a lying pothead. They're young Americans living an ex-pat dream in Paris while under increasing emotional duress, and their romantic fantasy about Parisian life is fading fast.
Suppose you found out something terrible might have happened to you, yet you still couldn't remember it.
"True Blood" star Chris Bauer is going to be sinking his teeth in a new play in New York.