Willow’s Return 

As if by a whim of some mad consumerist god, a favorite blue-collar shopping center returns to its roots.

As surely as a play held at Willow Lawn’s Barksdale Theater, the venerable shopping center soon will shine the lights on its third act. I’d call this production “Back to the Breezeway.” Those who race west or south from town to…

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