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    NARAS cancels Latin Grammys after terrorist attack

    The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has confirmed that the second annual Latin Grammy Awards, set to air tonight on CBS, has been canceled as a result of chaos unleashed by the attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. early Tuesday morning

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    Cooking Class

    CD Donna Ekholdt reminds actors that getting cast is never personal--sometimes it just isn't in the mix.

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    First Love

    Harold and Edith are a couple of late bloomers in the romance department.

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    ContentFilm hangs N.Y. shingle

    The New York independent film scene has a new player on the block. Veteran Hollywood producer Ed Pressman has teamed with former October Films topper John Schmidt to form the indie production-distribution company ContentFilm.

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    SAG gets ready to revisit contentious CEO issue

    The third item on the lengthy agenda for the Screen Actors Guild's two-day national board meeting that begins today is the president's report

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    UES Theatre Coalition To Kick Off at Sept. 15 Gala

    Of all the well-known neighborhoods in Manhattan, few are so poorly known for their theatrical offerings as the Upper East Side. That may soon change, however, when a coalition of theatres in the area is introduced to theatre lovers at the Genesis Repertory Ensemble's gala celebration next Sat., Sept ...

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    Bush Names NEA Temporary Chair

    Robert Sidney Martin, the recently appointed head of the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), will serve as the acting chair of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

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    Pauline Kael, New Yorker Film Critic Dies

    Movie critic Pauline Kael, a brash, witty champion of artistic quality who thrashed both facile commercialism and self-indulgent pretense from her lofty perch at the New Yorker, has died. She was 82.

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    A Message in Our Music

    Will a rising rap artist sell out his people with violent rap lyrics or opt for more introspective, righteous riffs? This is the dilemma for the lead character, Manifest, in James Gillard's "A Message In Our Music."

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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.