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“Hats Off” Review in the Los Angeles Times

Originally published in the Los Angeles Times

May 2,2008

“And in the end, there is something to be said for the daily victory against ageism Weddell represents. Because if you’re not tickled and stirred by the sight of her 95-pound frame kicking off sheets and leaping out of bed to answer a phone — a gig, maybe! — then shame on you.” – Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times

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