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    A&BC, NYSCA Millenium Awards to Recognize Arts.Business Relationship

    The Arts & Business Council has received $80,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts to develop and administer the Millenium Arts and Business Partnership Awards. The awards will recognize excellence in partnerships between arts organizations and businesses.

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    Rhinoceros

    Entering the Harlem School of the Arts' playhouse recently, you could easily have been led to believe that The Classical Theatre of Harlem was presenting a theater-in-the-round version of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. In fact, it was a production of Eugene Ionesco's absurdist classic Rhinoceros.

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    Nicole Kidman Visits Kosovo as U.N. Official

    Nicole Kidman began a tour of Kosovo on Saturday as a United Nations goodwill ambassador, pledging to provide a voice for the troubled province.

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    South Carolina Man Sues over 'Borat'

    A man claims he was "accosted" by the star of the spoof documentary "Borat" while using a restroom at an upscale restaurant last year, according to a lawsuit.

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    Co-ed Prison Sluts: The Musical

    "Coed Prison Sluts--The Musical," presented by Theatre-A-Go-Go! at the Second City Studio Theatre, 8156 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m. June 15-Aug. 4. $9.95. (323) 850-8512.

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    Little Films Fare Well in Summer

    In the shadow of ogres, mummies, dinosaurs and apes, less showy screen creations have toiled profitably at movie theaters this summer.

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    "CIRCLES" CREW

    Jam Kaunda (prod./dir.) is seeking a sound person with equipment preferred and script supervisor for Circles, a digital feature. Four-week shoot starts Feb. 12. There is some pay. Fax resumé to (818) 598-0787. For information call (818) 598-0799.

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