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    Mayor Cuts DCA $17M

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg, projecting a $5 billion budget deficit in fiscal 2003, has introduced a $41 billion executive budget plan which involves cuts for all agencies, including a nearly $17 million slash for the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA).

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    Jane Doniger Reibel, 80, Actress

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    "Millie," "Goat," and "Metamorphoses," Take Top Drama Desk Honors

    Slew of Shows Score: "Woods" Wins Three; "Fool" Fetches Two

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    SKiNNY

    Many famous actors were first seen on TV as game show contestants. Kirstie Alley got her shot playing Password and Match Game in the 1970s. Before he was Pee-wee, young Paul Reubens appeared on The Gong Show four times. And one of the Skinny's favorite actors, Stephen Fry, matched ...

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    Waiting Room Rattler

    Dear Jackie: Are there any guidelines for etiquette while waiting for an audition? The other day I was at an audition for a pretty big role in a feature. Everyone was waiting quietly--concentrating or working on their sides. All of a sudden..

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    Joaquin Phoenix Uninjured in Car Accident

    Joaquin Phoenix's car overturned on a canyon road and collided with another vehicle after his brakes went out, but there were no reports of injury, police said.

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    Who Killed Woody Allen?

    "Who Killed Woody Allen?," presented by the Empty Stage Theatre Company at the Improv Olympic West, 6366 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m, Sun. 3 p.m. Sept. 22-Oct. 3. $18. (323) 960-4412.

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    Nonprofit Reforms in Flux

    Federal oversight of not-for-profit organizations, including arts groups, is facing increased scrutiny, with the Internal Revenue Service intensifying enforcement of current regulations and the Senate Finance Committee mulling new laws to prevent fraud and other abuses.

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    'Commander in Chief' Returns from Absence

    What does a woman president want? The same thing a man holding the office does — a second term.

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    Goodnight Children Everywhere

    "Goodnight Children Everywhere," presented by the Chance Theatre Repertory Company at the Chance Theatre, 5552 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim. Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 4 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. May 8-June 13. $15-17. (714) 777-3033.