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Neil Genzlinger
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Neil Genzlinger 1h
Yikes. Here Are Hundreds More Artists Whose Tapes Were Destroyed in the UMG Fire
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NYT Archives 4h
When the Cuyahoga River caught fire on June 23, 1969, it was far from the first time. The waterway had burned at least 10 times since 1868. It was hard to keep track. So why was the 1969 fire the one that made a difference?
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Fiasco 6h
A word from Fiasco Company Member & Tony Nominee Andy @the_grote Grotlueschen. 6 Week Conservatory! 🎭 October 14-November 22 🍂 Applications due July 15 🍃 No Application Fee! ✅ Financial Aid Available! ✅ Apply at the link in our bio✅
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Charles Ginnever, Sculptor on a Grand Scale, Dies at 87
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NYT Obituaries 24h
Performing music from the distant past, in costume
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 24
Would you rather be the last person convicted of a pot offense before marijuana was legalized, or the last person to pay off his student loans before all student debt was canceled?
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Nina Bernstein Jun 22
This, too, is America: a few NY legislators & their enablers kept these 12 progressive measures out of reach for decades. In one election voters ousted the key obstructionists, and voilà — it’s raining change. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Negin Farsad Jun 22
We took down but simultaneously upheld the wellness industry on this week’s with the incomparable Amy Choi of & the inimitable . Brought to you by and available wherever podcast are downloaded!
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NYT Obituaries Jun 21
Jim Pike, 82, Co-Founder and Lead Singer of the Lettermen, Is Dead
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NYT Obituaries Jun 21
Women were all but excluded from running marathons in 1964 because track authorities believed they were too weak to endure them. That didn't stop Dale Greig.
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Lou Dobbs Jun 20
The Times is in a constant state of hate and hostility toward and has thrown away any claim to fair and balanced journalism: Their relentless attacks on are truly "'stupid' and 'dangerous'
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NYT Archives Jun 19
Pablo Escobar, one of the world's most violent drug traffickers, surrendered to the authorities in Colombia, today in 1991
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NYT Obituaries Jun 15
Dr. Kenneth A. Forde dies at 85. A pioneering black surgeon, he performed a televised colonoscopy on Katie Couric, raising public awareness about cancer prevention.
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 15
Replying to @JenniferMudge
I hope you got along with Loudon. You are perfect for the lead of the musical I wrote with him.
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 15
Why wasn't I informed that you are in a film with my pal LWIII?
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 15
That R&J! Franco Zeffirelli, Italian Director With Taste for Excess, Dies at 96
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 15
Franco Zeffirelli, Italian Director With Taste for Excess, Dies at 96
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 14
Anthony Price, Author of Cold War Spy Thrillers, Dies at 90
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Neil Genzlinger Jun 13
"The Prince of Whales." Geesh. Trump Equates Taking Dirt From Russia With Presidential Diplomacy
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NYT Obituaries Jun 11
In more than 200 films made over 50 years, John Wayne saddled up to become the greatest figure of one of America's greatest native art forms, the western. He died on June 11, 1979.
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