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    Complexions

    "Enough is enough," said George Steinbrenner about his Yankee team flailing around in the American League cellar.

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    The Light in the Piazza

    Amid the historic beauties of Florence, a young American woman named Clara and a young Italian man named Fabrizio fall ardently in love and wish to marry.

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    Master Class

    Back Stage recently spoke with Anthony Hopkins, Frank Langella, and Marian Seldes about a subject they know like the backs of their hands: what it means to be an actor. What emerged were lessons from their own experiences that each of us can learn from. We'd like to thank ...

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    Bernstein to Leave League

    Jed Bernstein has announced he will resign as president of the League of American Theatres and Producers.

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    TV Crime Shows Aiding Real Life Murderers

    When Tammy Klein began investigating crime scenes eight years ago, it was virtually unheard of for a killer to use bleach to clean up a bloody mess.

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    'X-Men 3' Has Another Villain in Melancon

    Mei Melancon has joined the cast of the comic book-inspired sequel as the evil mutant assassin Psylocke.

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    Indian Actress Sues Over Phony Photo

    An Indian actress is seeking 30 million rupees from the local edition of BritishMaximafter it published a faked picture of her in a skimpy swimsuit.

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    e must not confuse dissent with disloyalty." And

    e must not confuse dissent with disloyalty." And so it goes, 50 years after these memorable words were uttered, that George Clooney, in his sophomore directorial effort, Good Night, and Good Luck., has seamlessly combined archival footage with high-definition black-and-white video to dramatize the clash between iconic newsman Edward R ...

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    'Lost' Cast Members Get Big Pay Raises

    The cast of ABC's "Lost" has even more to cheer about beyond the show's recent Golden Globe win for best drama series.

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    Playwright August Wilson Dies of Cancer

    Playwright August Wilson, whose epic 10-play cycle chronicling the black experience in 20th-century America included such landmark dramas as "Fences" and "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," died Sunday of liver cancer.