Kendra Allenby in The New Yorker.
You can also see more of Ms. Allenby’s work on Instagram at kendra_allenby
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Welcome actors June Foray and Bill Scott to the virtual studio, as they do the voices for Rocky The Flying Squirrel and Bullwinkle Moose, among other characters from the classic
Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon television series of the early 1960s.
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Radio Actor: “Listen! Was that a moan I heard?”
Charles Addams in The New Yorker
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From what I understand, a similar process ensues for poets, musicians, bloggers, painters, and freelance journalists, although on rare occasions lacrosse may at times be substituted for polo.
Joe Dator in The New Yorker