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    If you found yourself unable to answer any (or

    If you found yourself unable to answer any (or all) of the questions, don't fret. The George Balanchine Foundation has just released the Balanchine Catalogue, an online database of detailed information about the legendary choreographer's astounding oeuvre, and the answers to all the quiz questions can be found ...

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    TV Shows Begin Trickling Back After Strike

    After months of broadcast networks airing mostly repeats and reality shows, the dramas and comedies shut down by the writers strike finally are trickling back to the air.

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    A Perfect 'Ten'

    In David Wain's comedy career, jokes involving blackface, cannibalism, and female-on-male domestic abuse are par for the course. So it comes as no surprise that in his latest film Wain would choose to tackle the Holy Book itself.

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    It's Not My Bad

    If many adult performers have trouble dealing with the frequent rejection inherent in showbiz, how can we expect children to accept it?

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    Canadian Actors Pact Gets Derailed

    Bargainers for Canadian actors and producers worked Monday to produce a face-saving formula that will allow nervous Hollywood studio CEOs to ratify a new contract for striking Canadian performers.

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    at the Belasco Theatre

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    Rickles-Newhart Reunion Brightens Aspen Fest

    The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival celebrated comedy legend Don Rickles in more ways than one Thursday, including a surprise reunion of Rickles and Bob Newhart.

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    Economic Study - Film, Cable Rise Foreseen For the Next Five Years

    (BPI) Despite projections for dampened U.S. economic growth amid the global slowdown, solid growth in entertainment, radio, television, and cable spending is forecast to propel communications industry revenue during the next five years, according to a major study released last

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    ABT's Mighty Mixture

    in India relies heavily on the vagaries of the monsoon and millions of farmers rely solely on the annual rainfall for their survival."