Tenderfoot was a pedicure parlor on Main Street near Channing. Two reclining chairs—usually only one was in use—faced the street through a large plate glass window. And so customers, alone […]


“Good morning, Mrs. Lubin.” Silence. “Professor Lubin,” he corrected, consulting his clipboard. Silence. “How are you feeling?” Contemptuous silence. “Do you know why you are here?” Strenuous silence. “You have […]