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    Making History

    David Cronenberg might single-handedly be responsible for more sleepless nights than any other director. The Toronto-based auteur cut his teeth with terrifying low-budget horror films in the 1970s and early '80s that included parasites (Shivers), mad psychiatrists (The Brood), and exploding heads (Scanners). He was then able to secure more ...

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    West Coast Newswire

    Newswire 09/30/05

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    $544K Raised for BC/EFA

    Broadway and daytime stars signed autographs to raise money at the 19th annual Grand Auction and Flea Market, held last Sun., Sep. 25.

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    Bulletin - LA Headline

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    was already rumbling, has become too loud thanks to being around Father Moore."

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    The Last Days of Cleopatra

    There's always something disconcerting about seeing film stars brought to life on stage.

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    God's Waiting Room

    It's the end of the world -- as you know it. What's next for you? Want a beer?

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    McGillin Returns to 'Phantom' Role in Oct.

    Howard McGillin has played the title role in the Broadway production of "The Phantom of the Opera" longer than anyone else -- over 1,200 performances.

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    End Caligula

    If we can imagine a serious history of first-century ancient Rome, surely we can imagine a funny one, too.

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    Oh, Baby!

    Dear Jackie: I'm 26 years old and happily pregnant for the first time. Should I put that I'm pregnant on my resume? Is there any rule--spoken or unspoken--about when I'll need to start putting it on there?