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    Bush Names Arts Council Choices

    President George W. Bush recently announced his choices for the National Council on the Arts, the advisory body of the National Endowment for the Arts. Bush has announced his intention to nominate Scottsdale businessman Don V. Cogman; Cincinnati arts patron Katharine Cramer DeWitt; Connec-ticut-based art critic David Gelernter; Austin educator ...

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    Deneuve to Be Honored at Bankok Film Fest

    French screen idol Catherine Deneuve will come to a Bangkok film festival where she'll be honored for her contributions to cinema.

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    NYU Graduate Student Wins Kendeda Competition

    A 24-year-old New York University graduate student has won the Alliance Theatre's third annual Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition.

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    MPAA Chief Jack Valenti to Resign

    Long-time chief executive of the Motion Picture Association of America Jack Valenti said on Tuesday he aims to leave the film industry group in a few months, confirming earlier speculation that he would step down.

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    Some Useful Tax Credits

    Back on March 5 we discussed the deductibility of student-loan interest. Did you know that you might be allowed to get one of two credits for the tuition you paid to an institution of higher learning? The credits are the Hope Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit. They are both ...

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    Reconstructing Your Expenses

    Some performers are willing to throw their money away—those potentially higher tax refunds—because they just don't want to bother keeping proper records. And it is not uncommon for an actor to lose records from previous years. If you recognize yourself in this description, how do you get ...

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    1776

    "1776," presented by Performance Riverside at Landis Auditorium, 4800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside Community College, Riverside. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Apr. 2-18. $24-32. (909) 222-8100.

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    Dalliance in Vienna

    "Dalliance in Vienna" is loaded with many elements of classic comedy, perhaps too many of them, but only a few find their mark and are truly fresh and funny.

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    Realtime Appeals NLRB Verdict

    Sinfonia's Maker Feels Ruling for Local 802 'Ignored Facts'

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    OBITUARY

    Tom Fitzgerald (1937–2003)