A century later, factory fire not forgotten Citywide events pay tribute to Triangle’s legacy
It’s been nearly a century since fire engulfed the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory on March 25, 1911 — claiming the lives of 146 people (mostly young immigrant workers) who either perished in the blaze or dropped to their death when the fire escape collapsed.
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Superman’s Diane Lane on playing Martha Kent: ‘It’s like a dare’
“I have heard and read many people say, ‘Do what scares you. Don’t run from it, run toward it.’ I am delighted to be challenged with the opportunity.”
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Uncertain times, uneasy solutions in ‘Doubt’
By Sarah Carlson Staff Writer Seated in chairs lined up on stage, theatergoers this weekend might wonder if they are jurors at a trial rather than spectators at a play.
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Ohio film office supporters worry for its future
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Supporters of Ohio’s film office are worried about its future as officials in Michigan and Pennsylvania consider whether to maintain funding for their film tax credits.
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