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In the shtetl you consulted the rebbe, the matchmaker, or your mother. The New World brought new possibilities: newspapers, radio, television, the Internet. Are redheads cursed? Will I die if I marry a woman with a dimpled chin? How do I get my parents to stop speaking Yiddish in public? From the Bintel Brief to Dear Abby to Drs. Ruth and Laura, advice mavens have used mass media to dispense commonsense wisdom and voyeuristic entertainment. National Public Radio's Susan Stamberg hosts an evening of dramatic readings of some of the best advice you'll ever get. Stamberg was co-host of All Things Considered for 14 years and is now a special correspondent for NPR. For FREE reservations, call 888-621-2230 or visit www.nextbook.org

Added by Nextbook on April 18, 2005