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    Equity's Holiday - "98 Basket Project

    Since 1986, Equity's project committee has been delivering holiday baskets filled with clothing, books, CDs, candy, toiletries, and other sundries to local hospitals and AIDS organizations, to be distributed among people living with AIDS. Corporations and individuals have donated all the

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    Karen Ziemba Dances Onto Kander & Ebb's "Steel Pier"

    Outgoing and gregarious, Karen Ziemba sweeps through the Edison building, stopping briefly to embrace several members of the Shubert production team passing by. But, then, why shouldn't she be in a good

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    AFTRA Covers Same-Sex Duos, Birth Control Pills

    (BPI) Trustees of the AFTRA Health & Retirement Funds have made sweeping changes to the benefit plans that will provide health care coverage for same-sex domestic partners, cover the cost of birth control pills, and create significant increases in the size of retirees' pension

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    Theatre Board Members Sued by Former A.D.

    The drawn-out death throes of the defunct Circle In The Square have just gotten messier. The source of the renowned nonprofit theatre's new troubles is its former artistic director, Josephine Abady, who has filed a $2.65 million lawsuit against two of the company's board members, Ted Sayres ...

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    Free Health Tests; Cohen Remembered

    Physician Volunteers for the Arts announces the first of an ongoing series of Health Screening Days for entertainment professionals. Free screening tests for blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol levels will be available from 10 am until 4 pm on a walk-in basis at The Actors' Fund Aurora residence, 475 West ...

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    Facing Debts, There May Be No Place Like Homefront

    Homefront, the midtown performance space and bed and breakfast which opened only this past summer, will close unless it can raise the money needed to pay its sizable debt by Fri. Feb.

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