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    Florida Cypress Gardens Closes

    Florida Cypress Gardens has ceased "normal park operations" effective as of last Sunday night, according to Bill Reynolds, the tourism park's president and CEO.

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    Cannes Pits Newcomers Against Veterans

    Six newcomers will tussle for the top prize at Cannes this year against veteran directors like Clint Eastwood, who returns to the French Riviera film festival after nearly a decade.

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    SAG and AFTRA's Early Talks Abuse WGA?

    For the first time in recent memory, SAG and AFTRA have tossed aside the industry's screenwriters to begin their own early negotiations with producers.

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    *Critics Pick 5/21

    Blackout, presented by Swimming Bird Productions at the Egyptian Arena Theatre, 1625 N. Las Palmas, Hollywood. Thurs.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Through July 20. $20. (323) 960-4441 or (323) 281-1619.

    Chekhov in Yalta, presented by and at Theatre 40, 241 Moreno Dr., Beverly Hills. Thurs.-Sat ...

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    A Decade of Laughter

    The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival will mark its 10th anniversary next week in Aspen, Col., where seasoned comedians, relative newcomers, and industry insiders will flock March 3-7.

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    The Boy Who Fell Into A Book

    "The Boy Who Fell into a Book," presented by and at Lamb's Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave., Coronado. Thu.-Fri. 7 p.m., Sat. 4 & 7 p.m. Mar. 4-21. $13-32. (619) 437-0600.

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    That's Infotainment

    For the ninth year running, the readers, advertisers, industry sources, and staff of Back Stage West gathered for a full day of learning, shopping, and schmoozing called ActorFest.

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    The Suburbanoids

    Quick on the heels of their best-of show in the HA! Comedy Fest back in January, the talented comedy trio the Bad Astronauts have created a delightful and very funny new sci-fi adventure.

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    Net Code Talks to New York

    Following the first two days of network-code negotiations on the West Coast last week, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) and producers took a break, agreeing to meet again on Mon., Nov. 5 at ABC's offices in New York City.

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    Dance of Death

    Another week, another lousy Scandinavian marriage.