Break a Leg, Marty 

Old Town Carriage Co. up for sale as actor-owner plans to leave Humboldt

 A fine mist had begun wetting Old Town's streets. It fell on the huge, flattened disc of the world in front of the Fisherman's Terminal. It fell on Old Town Carriage Co.'s Marty L'Herault, who was in the adjacent dirt lot hitching…

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