NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- Actor Tom Wopat will star as a fire captain who has to speak for the men he lost on Sept. 11 at The Flea Theater's run of Anne Nelson's "The Guys." Thomas Kail is directing the show Sept. 11 through Sept. 23 at the New York company's venue located just bl
Willie Nelson called off several shows over the weekend due to a ruptured blood vessel. Nelson's Web site said doctors told him to take it easy for a few days but he is expected to resume performing by the end of this week.
Pianist Vince Guaraldi was born this day in 1928 in San Francisco. He won a Grammy in 1962 for writing "Cast Your Fate to the Wind." But he was best known for the jazz-oriented scores he wrote for the "Charlie Brown" television specials. Guaraldi died in
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