“I never see the prettiest thing — A cherry bough gone white with Spring — But what I think, ‘How gay ’twould be To hang me from a flowering tree.’” —Dorothy Parker These tongue-in-cheek words first appeared in Death and Taxes, a collection of poems by noted American poet, writer and satirist Dorothy Parker. Ms. Parker was a revered wisecracker and lover of cocktails, so it’s only natural that she is much beloved by those who ...

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