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Hen-ree! Henry Aldrich! Coming, Mother!

Henry Aldrich was a very popular radio show that ran from 1939 to 1953. The title character was an awkward adolescent who was forever getting into hot water with his girlfriend and his other friends. The show began with Mrs. Aldrich calling, “Hen-ree, Henry Aldrich!” to which he would reply, “Coming, Mother!” The phrase's elements became 1940s catchwords for summoning and responding, respectively.
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He was born in Uxbridge, son of the late Frederick and Mary (Baca) Aldrich and lived in Linwood, MA before moving to Dudley in 1961.
In Concrete Jungle (The Mammals), 1993, an installation at the Aldrich, we saw garbage cans and piles of nonperishables--newspapers, plastics--installed alongside taxidermied scavengers (also the subject of related photographs at AFA, done in collaboration with Bob Braine and Alexis Rockman).
The Delirium of Alfred Russell Wallace, 1994/2003, an installation at the Aldrich inspired by Wallace's 1850 malaria-induced revelations in the Malay Archipelago, which Darwin apparently partially cribbed for The Origin of Species, brings together several of Dion's favorite binaries--the individual and the collective; art and science; imperialism and naturalism; nature and culture--in order to show how they are, in fact, inextricably linked.
NASA doesn't pay Aldrich, but his "nosey" talents make space more enjoyable for the astronauts.
Construction activity will peak between July and August, with 80 cubic yards of dirt graded, compacted and moved daily to its final resting place within the project area, Aldrich said.
That work should be completed by October if it receives the state's final approval this month, Aldrich said.
In a country of self-made men, Aldrich says, no one can really respect the courtly old ways.
Aldrich says he has spent much of his life reflecting on the psychological effects of having been born to an Old-Money family.
This is a sharp contrast, Aldrich says, to what has been observed for most pest pheromones.
That's what made us go for it this year,'' Aldrich said.
At peak times in the afternoon, the wait was more than an hour, Aldrich said.
The churches around us are not having the same problem,'' Aldrich said.
The congregation had refrained from talking to the news media after the earlier attacks, believing that bringing notice to the vandals' actions would only encourage them to do worse, Aldrich said.
Aldrich earned a BBA in Accounting from North Texas State University.