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Posts published in March 2017

Lawmakers Miss Deadline as Budget Deal Nears in Albany

Lawmakers Miss Deadline as Budget Deal Nears in Albany A rare weekend session is scheduled, with stumbling blocks centered on issues like charter schools and raising the age of criminal responsibility. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times

What's Hot in London: April 1–7

What's Hot in London: April 1–7 Heading toward the Oliviers, Harry Potter casting news, and verdicts for Don Juan and The Life. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

What You Don’t Know About Hamilton’s Wayne Brady

What You Don’t Know About Hamilton’s Wayne Brady You may know him for his comic genius on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, but Chicago’s Aaron Burr grew up a bonafide theatre kid. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

See the Latest Playbills of All the Shows on Broadway

See the Latest Playbills of All the Shows on Broadway From Sara Bareilles in Waitress to Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly!, look at the 38 Playbill covers of the shows currently running on Broadway. {$excerpt:n} Source: Playbill

Man Who Killed Bus Driver With a Stolen Truck Is Found Guilty

Man Who Killed Bus Driver With a Stolen Truck Is Found Guilty A jury convicted Domonic Whilby of aggravated vehicular homicide for crashing a truck into a New York City bus after a night of drinking in 2014, though they…

Editorial: After Murder, a Second Chance

Editorial: After Murder, a Second Chance To fix America’s prison crisis, we have to release more people convicted of violent crimes. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times

F.B.I. Reunites a Rockwell, Stolen 40 Years Ago, With Its Owners

F.B.I. Reunites a Rockwell, Stolen 40 Years Ago, With Its Owners A cherished family painting, though not one of Rockwell’s most revered covers for The Saturday Evening Post, is now a million-dollar heirloom. {$excerpt:n} Source: New York Times