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It's No Wonder 

Wednesday, Apr 23 2008
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OK, it's not fair and it's not feminist, but we're going to say it anyway: Lynda Carter, aka television's Wonder Woman, looks amazing for her age. We have no idea what that age might be, but she was on TV in the 1970s as a grown woman, so do the math. She doesn't look all plastic, either, or MILFy, or cougary. She looks like a gorgeous, healthy, dignified lady. The hero of so many little girls back then, she's likely to become a hero again as she sucessfully battles alcoholism, launches a new career as a cabaret singer, and glows doing it. Her show got great reviews last time it was in town, and she says singing is her first love, so don't go just to ogle.
April 29-May 4, 8 p.m., 2008

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