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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bell
Most theater musicals are based on prized, cherished things. Now comes one that uses the trash we toss away.
There's no franchise in the NHL more valuable than the Toronto Maple Leafs. They're Canada's team more than any of the seven clubs north of the border, worth $521 million, according to Forbes Magazine, despite not winning a Stanley Cup since 1967.
In the annals of human birth, there has never been such an "extraordinary group" of people as those who are part of the Tiniest Babies Registry.
As corruption charges have spilled out of the Los Angeles-area suburbs of Bell and Vernon, nearby Huntington Park has exhibited similar warning signs of financial mismanagement while largely flying below the radar.
"It's hard enough to make a new show, but then you have this other element - here are 10,000 notes you can play with and use at your disposal," Bell said. "It's a Jenga puzzle. It's crazy."
But writing a musical based on random found items, Bell admits, has been a "horrible, wonderful idea."