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    There's Life After Death for TV Rejects

    It's the final stretch of the development season. Soon dreams will be made for a handful of writers whose projects get on the air, and hopes dashed for hundreds of others.

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    Political Actor-Turned-Director

    Blair Brown did not become a director because roles were in short supply. She has all the acting jobs she wants, she says. Indeed, next year she will star in the Guthrie Theater's production of The Glass Menagerie as Amanda, a role she has coveted for some time.

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    McDowell Confirmed for FCC Panel

    The Senate has confirmed President Bush's nomination of a former telephone company executive to the last vacant seat on the panel.

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    Hannah Protests Closing on L.A. Community Garden

    Police wearing riot gear moved into an urban Los Angeles community garden on Tuesday to evict tree-sitting celebrity Darryl Hannah.

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    SAG and AFTRA's Early Talks Abuse WGA?

    So much for solidarity. Or so it would seem.

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    Drowning Crow

    Honoring Black History Month, Manhattan Theatre Club offers a new play, "Drowning Crow."

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    Bryan Davidson War Music

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    Comedy Feature 'Outsourced' to NBC

    NBC is heading east with "Outsourced," an India-set comedy based on the newly released indie film of the same name.

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    The fine print

    It surprised me to learn that Actors' Equity Association, the stage actors' union, has a business representative for filming and taping. Dwane Upp's job is to manage requests for the recording of any stage production in Equity's jurisdiction. All Equity contracts have sections that deal with filming and ...

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    'Easy Rider' Cinematographer Dies

    Internationally acclaimed cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs, who lensed the landmark cinematic achievement "Easy Rider" and compiled more than 70 credits, has died at his home in Beverly Hills.