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Autism is front and center in the pioneering new musical 'How to Dance in Ohio' on Broadway

Autism is front and center in the pioneering new musical 'How to Dance in Ohio' on Broadway

NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Haven Burton wasn't worried about what professional critics thought of her new musical “How to Dance in Ohio." Who she really wanted to hear from was her 11-year-old son, Hudson.
Families had long dialogue after Pittsburgh synagogue attack. Now they’ve unveiled a memorial design

Families had long dialogue after Pittsburgh synagogue attack. Now they’ve unveiled a memorial design

PITTSBURGH (AP) — In the years following the deadly 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue attack, relatives of those slain have gone through their own private grief, public memorial services and the trial and death sentence of the perpetrator.
An appreciation: How Norman Lear changed television - and with it American life - in the 1970s

An appreciation: How Norman Lear changed television - and with it American life - in the 1970s

NEW YORK (AP) — In many American living rooms, the 1960s didn't really begin until Jan. 12, 1971. That was the night the comedy “All in the Family” debuted, almost instantly changing television and American society with it.
What to know about the Hall & Oates legal fight, and the business at stake behind all that music

What to know about the Hall & Oates legal fight, and the business at stake behind all that music

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — After more than a half-century of making music together, Daryl Hall is suing John Oates and arguing in arbitration that he can't sell his share of a Hall & Oates business partnership without Hall's permission.
‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve' will feature Janelle Monáe, Green Day, Ludacris, Reneé Rapp and more in LA

‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve' will feature Janelle Monáe, Green Day, Ludacris, Reneé Rapp and more in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ryan Seacrest will usher in 2024 on “Dick Clark's New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” from New York City's Times Square on December 31, alongside his host Rita Ora.
CP NewsAlert: Oil, gas emissions to be cut by at least one-third by 2030

CP NewsAlert: Oil, gas emissions to be cut by at least one-third by 2030

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says the oil and gas industry will have to cut emissions by at least one-third by 2030.
Holiday budget planning should include more than gifts you're planning on giving

Holiday budget planning should include more than gifts you're planning on giving

OTTAWA — A holiday spending plan is always a good idea, but as inflation pushes the cost of everything up and higher interest rates squeeze households, a budget is more important than ever.
Filings for jobless claims tick up modestly, continuing claims fall

Filings for jobless claims tick up modestly, continuing claims fall

U.S. applications for jobless benefits ticked up last week, but the overall number of people in the U.S. collecting unemployment benefits fell after hitting its highest level in two years last week.
Intact subsidiary RSA selling U.K. home and pet insurance business

Intact subsidiary RSA selling U.K. home and pet insurance business

TORONTO — Insurance company Intact Financial Corp. says its Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Ltd. subsidiary has signed a deal to sell its U.K. home and pet insurance business to Admiral Group.
2024 to bring slower food inflation as prices continue to moderate: report

2024 to bring slower food inflation as prices continue to moderate: report

Food prices will keep rising in 2024, though at a slower pace, according to the latest Food Price Report.
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