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    Broadway Bears VI Raises $116,495

    The tradition continues and this year is no exception. Indeed, the sixth annual Broadway Bears auction brought in an impressive $116,495.

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    The Skinny

    Plenty of film and writing festivals listed in this week's Skinny. Be selective about the festivals you enter, those application fees can really add up, and it's a waste of money to submit your slapstick comedy to a horror-fest.

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    Barbra's Wedding

    Barbra Streisand and her wedding are not what this cleverly written (Daniel Stern) and acted play is about at all.

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    Alma and Mrs. Woolf

    "Madness is always ugly," says Virginia Woolf (Joan Grant) matter-of-factly in this intimate two-hander by French-Canadian playwright Anne Legault, in a translation by Daniel Libman.

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    Etta Jenks

    The story of "Etta Jenks" is a familiar one -- innocent girl arrives in the big city and soon gets swallowed up in a dangerous world of sex, violence, and drugs.

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    obituaries

    Lynne Thigpen, 54, Tony Winning Actress

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    Himself

    It's frankly a bit of a non sequitur that this tedious, cliche-riddled play was produced at the attractive, relatively new DR2 Theatre.

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    Fuddy Meers

    "Fuddy Meers," presented by and at the Colony Theatre, 555 N. Third St., Burbank. Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 3 & 8 p.m., Sun. 2 & 7 p.m. Feb. 8-Mar. 9. $22-28. (818) 558-7000.

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    Council Committee Ayes Cell Ban Veto Override

    The Consumer Affairs Committee of the New York City Council voted 5-2 in favor of superseding Mayor Michael Bloomberg's veto of a law banning the use of cell phones in places of public performance. The Committee vote was taken Thurs., Feb. 6, and is the next-to-final step in a ...

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    Free Readings Feb. 7

    Marian Seldes, Tammy Grimes, Cherry Jones, and Swoosie Kurtz are only a few among a list of theatre heavy-hitters who will be participating in a program of readings from great Irish literature, commemorating the 121st anniversary of the birth of James Joyce.