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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Roland Roebuck
It's not every day a donkey can be seen walking through the heart of Columbia Heights, but on Sunday the four-legged creature was just a small part of the GALA Hispanic Theatre's Three Kings Day Celebration. And for Cesarina Pierre, it was a welcome sight.
Tim Lee isn't the first stand-up comic to abandon a real job.
But as Roland Roebuck explained while putting on his costume to play King Baltasar, the feast day also is an important teaching moment.
"We want to ensure that kids that are brought up in the United States have the opportunity to embrace, appreciate and learn from this tradition," said Mr. Roebuck, a 64-year-old Puerto Rico native.