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August 4, 2004 | Robert Polner, Newsday
Orlando Tobon's business sits in a mini-mall in the shadow of the Roosevelt Avenue el in Jackson Heights, with barely enough room for two desks, two phones and a fax machine. But his shop, Orlando Travel, never lacks for customers. No surprise there, considering Tobon, 58, often declines to charge customers for his assistance.
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August 4, 2004 | Robert Polner, Newsday
Orlando Tobon's business sits in a mini-mall in the shadow of the Roosevelt Avenue el in Jackson Heights, with barely enough room for two desks, two phones and a fax machine. But his shop, Orlando Travel, never lacks for customers. No surprise there, considering Tobon, 58, often declines to charge customers for his assistance.
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July 11, 2004 | John Clark, Special to The Times
The poster promoting the new movie "Maria Full of Grace" shows the title character apparently about to receive communion. She's looking pensively at a hand reaching down with what might look like bread. It's actually 10 grams of heroin wrapped in latex. Maria isn't full of grace. She's full of opiates. "It's an interesting image," says the film's writer-director, Joshua Marston. The title "is intended to be poetic and subtle.
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