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Aunt Linda’s a Singer

So why won’t she sing at her daughter’s wedding?

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There’s nothing like a wedding to make simmering tensions come to a boil. Janice Erlbaum tells the story of her cousin Melissa’s wedding—one which is fraught not only because Melissa is marrying Frankie, a Catholic—but also because her mother wants to sing at the wedding, and Melissa’s not having it.

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Aunt Linda’s a Singer

So why won’t she sing at her daughter’s wedding?

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