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    Laughing Matters -Just For

    FOR ALL OF YOU WHO'VE SENT LETTERS, E-mail, and bottles of Aromatics Elixir (by Clinique), wanting to know more on the hoopla in Montrƒal--here's the follow-up on the Just For Laughs Festival. And stop with the presents

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    OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE

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    Dance Week Waltzes On

    New York City events in honor of National Dance Week (April 27-May 3) continue apace. Capezio Dance-Theatre Shop (1650 Broadway at 51st Street, 2nd floor) will play host to the members of Broadway's "Play On!" on Thurs., May 1, at 12:30 pm. The cast will perform and sign ...

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    MAC Nominees Announced

    The Manhattan Association of Cabarets (MAC) has announced nominations in 33 categories for its 11th annual awards, to be presented March 31 at Alice Tully

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    New England Arts Industry Generates $4.4B - Council Report Shows Area's Creative Groups Employ 245,000

    New England's creative industry provides jobs for some 245,000 New Englanders, generates more than $4.4 billion in payroll alone, and surpasses other traditionally-recognized leading industry sectors in job numbers and growth-rate potential, according to a recent report from The New England Council.

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    Applause Merger Frees Young for "Creative Collaboration'

    After months of uncertainty, and years of a charming but seat-of-the-pants management style, Applause Books has found its life raft. Hal Leonard Corporation, the world's largest publisher of sheet music and songbooks, has bought a majority interest in Applause, which publishes some 25-30 theatre and movie books a year ...

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    Demetriad and Devereux Go Digital

    Devereux, Ltd., well-known in New York as an experienced high-end black-and-white photo reproduction center, has taken the leap into the digital age to provide more complete services to its customers--including actors who need a headshot reproduction that won't compromise the quality of the photographer's