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News Briefing: Bracing for Bad Days, Operas and Orchestras Batten Down Hatches

By Kate Golden on October 28, 2008No Comment
  • A new generation develops a social conscience and sense of philanthropy.  [The Times]
  • Fundraising runs, walks, and bike rides are becoming an increasingly popular means of raising money for a cure.  [San Luis Obispo Tribune]
  • Orchestras and opera companies across the country cut costs, eliminate rehearsals, and cancel productions in the face of a continued economic crisis.  [New York Times]
  • Jack Nicholson, Julia Roberts, Tom Hanks, and others participate in a fundraiser for a Paul Newman's children's camp.  [Associated Press]
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