This place contains a long path through a village with dioramas of penguins.
One Life to Live
This is what Sedaris dreams of writing for when he moves to New York.
Sedaris says that this company is a predatory bully.
A son is destined for success here.
These are used as examples of a matriarchs generosity.
This is a nickname for a grandson.
The decor of this place is tacky but superficially elegant, with faux torches on the walls and red velvet trimmings.
This is where David's sister Lisa gets her first after-school job.
This place is squalid, foul-smelling, and located in the slums of Raleigh.
This is where a family spends a pleasant evening with a prostitute.
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