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Emdashes favorite Mike Birbiglia, whose one-man tale of the drowsily unchaperoned, Sleepwalk With Me, has made it to Broadway, gets a swell review in the New York Times. We’ve seen it and we laughed at the funny parts, laughed at the sad parts (because Mike makes them so funny), and laughed at the parts in between. We suggest you bring your family in town for the holidays. It’ll be a heartwarming conversation-starter, and even though we’re not phrasing that very freshly, we’re not being ironic in the least. —E.G.


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