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    City Postpones Charges for Child Actor Permits

    New York City's Administration of Children's Services (ACS) has abandoned a plan to start charging child actors for the privilege to work, thanks to an onslaught of calls from angry parents.

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    Terrence Mann and Snowball the Clown

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    Toronto Set for Eclectic Film Fest

    Johnny Depp joins Scotland Yard to track Jack the Ripper. Mira Sorvino plays a princess disguised as a man. Mick Jagger runs a male escort service. Nice guy Denzel Washington turns ugly as a brutish cop. They're all part of the eclectic cast at the 26th Toronto International Film ...

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    Doing Justice

    Doing Justice" recalls the violent events of the Columbine school shootings, and the shock and intense emotions of the victims, students, parents, teachers, police, and leaders of the Columbine community.

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    Sucke Defends SAG/NY Lease

    Screen Actors Guild/New York's executive director has written the guild's finance committee and national board of directors regarding issues raised concerning the local guild's multi-million-dollar lease for new offices located at 360 Madison Ave.

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    Ed McMahon's on a Search

    When Ed McMahon's Next Big Star premieres Sunday (6 pm/ET on PAX), its titular host promises a competitive showcase for up-and-coming talent -- much akin to Star Search, his popular 1980s series -- as well as appearances by established entertainment superstars.

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    Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights

    Gertrude Stein's "Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights" is an illuminating slice of theatre of the absurd and a deconstructed story of stories.

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    Sucke Defends SAG/NY Lease

    Screen Actors Guild/New York's executive director has written the guild's finance committee and national board of directors regarding issues raised concerning the local guild's multi-million-dollar lease for new offices located at 360 Madison Ave.

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    Credit Confusion, No Photos

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    Dance, the Spirit of Cambodia Illuminated at the Joyce

    During the reign of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia (1975-1979), under the leadership of Pol Pot, millions of Cambodians died. He was intensely concerned with the murder of artists and intellectuals and attempted to destroy Cambodian culture, which had existed for thousands of years. Dancers were one of the brutal ...