At one point in playwright Tom Stoppard’s Tony-winning “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” in which Hamlet’s hapless schoolmates observe looming tragedy (their own) from the sidelines of Shakespeare’s classic play, Rosencrantz ponders the existential implications of life, and death, in a box:
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Walk into Geri’s Olde Philadelphia for lunch, and odds are good that you’ll walk out smelling like a cheesesteak.
Though health officials said Thursday they want everyone over 6 months of age to get a flu shot, they also said only enough vaccine will be available for about half of the more than 310 million Americans. But that shouldn’t be a problem, because misconceptions about flu shots continue to keep people from being vaccinated.