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November 14, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Members of the Radio City Music Hall orchestra in New York City voted to authorize a strike if they do not settle on a new contract with the company that manages the famous theater, the musicians' union said. The orchestra has been working without a contract since May 15 and has been negotiating with Radio City Productions since September. Judy West, a spokeswoman for Local 802, said that without a contract a strike is likely before the end of the year.
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November 14, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Members of the Radio City Music Hall orchestra in New York City voted to authorize a strike if they do not settle on a new contract with the company that manages the famous theater, the musicians' union said. The orchestra has been working without a contract since May 15 and has been negotiating with Radio City Productions since September. Judy West, a spokeswoman for Local 802, said that without a contract a strike is likely before the end of the year.
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BUSINESS
December 4, 1997 | From Reuters
Cablevision Systems Corp. is buying the company that produces the famous Rockettes shows at New York's landmark Radio City Music Hall, sources close to the companies said Wednesday. "The deal is done," one source said of the transaction, in which Cablevision will acquire Radio City Productions--the company that owns the Rockettes show and has 175 dancers in six cities in the United States. Cablevision, a major cable television operator based in nearby Woodbury, N.Y.
BUSINESS
December 4, 1997 | From Reuters
Cablevision Systems Corp. is buying the company that produces the famous Rockettes shows at New York's landmark Radio City Music Hall, sources close to the companies said Wednesday. "The deal is done," one source said of the transaction, in which Cablevision will acquire Radio City Productions--the company that owns the Rockettes show and has 175 dancers in six cities in the United States. Cablevision, a major cable television operator based in nearby Woodbury, N.Y.
SPORTS
November 13, 2000 | LISA DILLMAN
Whether it is shorter sets, bigger balls, multicolored courts or courtside coaching, there seems to be no shortage of suggestions designed to invigorate the sport, giving tennis a hip jump-start in 2001. Hip, naturally, is open to debate. Limp Bizkit on changeovers? Or by the time you hear the omnipresent "Who Let the Dogs Out" at a tennis match, the tune may be deemed "tired," by cutting-edge standards. (Conversely, if the Chicken shows up on any court, the sport is in deep trouble.
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January 20, 1998 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The press releases sit there, side-by-side, ignored by the press, a whole long wall of them in the Super Bowl media center, and yet there are reporters from all over the world searching for stories. Well, that's not really true. There are reporters from all over the world wanting only to talk to this John Elway guy, as if he has the answer to world peace, firmly convinced that he is going to reveal his innermost confidential thoughts just to them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 2001 | BILL LOCEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Singer Susan Anton will headline a nostalgic slice of musical Americana on Sunday afternoon at the Civic Arts Plaza in Thousand Oaks. Anton will sing some of her favorites originally recorded by a variety of artists, including Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin and Marc Cohn, all backed by her band of 20 years. Anton, a beauty queen who became a blond bombshell actress in the 1970s, has had a successful singing career, mostly in Las Vegas.
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