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Photo by Sydney Murray: Mason Richardson lays in a pile of some of his family’s many Nerf guns.  Mason’s father, Eddie Richardson, is opening Arena 5/9 for Nerf play inside M.V.P. Sports in West Harrison. This endeavor and its name came about after Mason beat cancer last year and was released from the hospital on May 9. Ten percent of Arena 5/9’s business will go toward supporting other families dealing with cancer.

Ready to have a blast? Cancer survivor inspires new business

Eleven-year-old Mason Richardson got his first Nerf gun when he was only about five years old, and since then, Nerf has been one of his passions in life, and it even helped him through his battle w

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Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: Standing below photos from the first four Lawrenceburg Shakespeare Company productions are the lead actors in this year’s “The Tempest,” from left, senior Ariel Callon, junior Trey Mollaun, sophomore Marisa Larson, and senior Kristen Craven. Not shown is Logan Gill.

Tired of ‘self-indulgent high school drama’ Lawrenceburg students actors turn to The Bard

Shakespearian plays usually don’t bring out the enthusiasm in high school students, but at Lawrenceburg High School a group is certainly learning that the play’s the thing.


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