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    Music Hall Reopens Gala Celebration Follows $70M Restoration

    Radio City Music Hall re-opened Monday night after a $70-million, seven-month restoration-the Art Deco, Depression-era landmark theatre's second major refurbishment since the 1970s. Such disparate acts as Tony Bennett, Billy Crystal, Ann Miller, Ann-Margret, Sting, Mary J. Blige, Shirley Jones, Raquel Welch, and-of course-36 Rockettes appeared in the gala ...

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    Musical "Camille"

    "The Camille Act," selections from the new musical "La Dame aux Camƒlias," plays The Triad, Mon., May 12, at 10:30 pm. Presented by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the show is written by Julia Gregory and musical-directed by Michael

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

    Follow the Yellow Brick

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    Mayor Giuliani to Give Crystal Apples to Actors Sorvino, Broderick, Parker

    Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will present the Crystal Apple awards on Tues., June 8, to actor Paul Sorvino, and husband-and-wife thespians Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.

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    NYSCA Announces Restructuring and a New Five-Year Plan

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) has announced a proposed long range plan aimed at restructuring the organization's goals and priorities. The decision to re-organize the grant-giving council's objectives, as well as adopting strategies to achieve them, was brought about by recent changes.

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    Manager Maulings, Back

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    Cabaret's Intimacy Tips Fundraising Scale

    Cabaret star Steve Ross and actress Frances Sternhagen recently drew 200 people to a fundraiser to restore a Westchester church. The performers' dedication epitomizes cabaret's nature and its unique value as a fundraising

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    Madison, Wisc. Lands $50M for New Arts District

    The city of Madison, Wisconsin has been promised $50 million for the construction of a new arts district in its downtown area. Its benefactor is the Overture Foundation, a philanthropic group whose chairman happens to have a history of cultural involvement with the

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    CENTERSTAGE: Finding the Shoe That Fits

    I needed to buy a new pair of running shoes. I went into one of the sports stores near my house but was surprised and overwhelmed by the number of makes and models available. I tried on a few pairs that caught my eye, but couldn't make up my ...