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December 24, 1998 | Associated Press
A fire broke out Wednesday in the apartment of actor Macaulay Culkin's family, killing four people elsewhere in the Manhattan high-rise. The Culkins were safe, a publicist said. The dead, three women and a man, were found on higher floors of the 51-story building near Central Park. It is believed they died of smoke inhalation. Twenty people, including four firefighters, were injured, none seriously. Investigators were looking into reports that a Christmas tree caught fire.
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April 5, 1997 | SHAUNA SNOW
TV & MOVIES Power Writing: An A-list of Hollywood writers, producers, executives and actors, including Alan Alda, Steven Bochco, Rob Reiner, Anthony Minghella, Cameron Crowe, James L. Brooks, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and Larry Gelbart, is scheduled to take part in "Words Into Pictures: The 1997 Film and Television Writers Forum," a three-day public conference organized by the Writers Guild Foundation.
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November 5, 1995 | Susie Linfield, Susie Linfield, a writer and editor, is a visiting professor at New York University's Department of Journalism
Mention the words "Macaulay Culkin family"--really a code for the notorious Culkin pere , Kit--and you are likely to get one of two reactions. Some of those approached, like producer Bob Hurwitz of "The Nutcracker," in which Macaulay starred as the young prince, abruptly slam down the phone. From others, though, an almost Joycean stream-of-consciousness monologue pours forth: evocative, sometimes unprintable adjectives and nouns. A frequent one is "nightmare."
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