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Broadway's Big Night
The Tony Award for Best Musical went to “Fun Home.”
Magomed Abdusalamov goes home
Ten months and 10 days after undergoing emergency brain surgery, Magomed Abdusalamov joined his wife and three young daughters at home Saturday for the first time since he went the distance in a brutal 10-round bout against Mike Perez at Madison Square Garden. While Abdusalamov, 33, is in far
A paraplegic gets his groove back thanks to the woman he loves and his dance teacher.
Wheelchair Dance: Paraplegic Finds Family in Recovery
After a tragic motorcycle accident that left then 26-year-old Matthew Castelluccio a paraplegic, his dreams of marriage and children seemed completely out of reach. But in one of life’s little twists of fate, the accident that threatened to steal Matt’s dreams made them come true....
Alfred Hitchcock's '39 Steps'
for the Broadway play the 39 steps have been glowing so of course we were curious to meet some of the stars of the hit play and find that having made those few hours of magic actually happened. We'd like to welcome man one and man to also known as actors Jeffrey food and Arnie Burton thank you so
'Weeds' star set to join Broadway's 'Spring Awakening'
From the drug dealing of Weeds to the sexual anxiety of Spring Awakening. Hunter Parrish, who portrays Mary-Louise Parker's oldest son on the popular Showtime TV series, joins the cast of Broadway's Tony-winning Spring Awakening on Aug. 18. Parrish will take over the role of Melchior, the
Health Highlights: April 10, 2008
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: Organ-Rejection Drugs Linked to Nervous System Disorder: FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says it is reviewing data involving a link between two drugs used to prevent organ rejection after
Bone Tests Cost-Effective for Elderly Men
TUESDAY, Aug. 7 (HealthDay News) -- Bone-density tests for osteoporosis are routine for older women, but a new study finds they might be cost-effective for certain groups of men over 65, too. One of the first quality assessments of the screenings' costs and benefits for males finds that all men
'Eccentric Billionaire' spotlights John D. MacArthur's dark side
Devotees of PBS are familiar with John D. MacArthur's name because of The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, which has long provided fianancial support for many public television productions. Also, every year, about 25 standouts — architects, writers, economists and other luminaries in