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[California] GLANTZ: Big Tobacco pulling out all the stops to block or water down LA ecig law

Yesterday (February 27, 2014) they started RoboCalls to all members of the City Council. They hired campaign consultants (many of whom are fund raisers for Council members) to lobby the Council. In advance of the committee hearing the e-cig companies
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Mar 6, 2014 14:48
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[New York] A Planet Where a Cigar Factory Can Have Feelings

As abandoned cigar factories go, this one is remarkably articulate. “They lied to me about the reality of things here on Muazzez,” ... Muazzez is a planet, one of several he described in his 2008 short-story collection, “A Chronicle of the Madness of Sma
New York Times
added Jan 13, 2014 23:01
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ARCHIVE: HEALTH EFFECTS EVALUATION OF THEATRICAL SMOKE, HAZE, AND PYROTECHNICS (PDF)

there are health effects associated with exposure of Actors to elevated or peak levels of glycol smoke and mineral oil. However, as long as peak exposures are avoided, Actors’ health, vocal abilities, and careers should not be harmed. In order to minimize
Actors' Equity Association
added Aug 14, 2013 17:02
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[New York] Art Imitates Life, as a Villain Haunts a Stateside Parking Lot / ‘Richard III’ Emerges Outdoors on the Lower East Side

Mr. Colla is a powerhouse actor, particularly early on, ... Mr. Colla speaks the speech smoothly, sometimes while smoking a cigarette. He’s alternately elated and enraged, and more than a bit smug and hammy.
New York Times
added Aug 7, 2013 12:34
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[New York] ‘Murmurs’ Brings Slapstick to the Lincoln Center Festival

Some of the jokes are just silly: early on, Aurélia Thierrée — the show’s protagonist and daughter of its author — inhales on a cigarette, whereupon smoke comes out of the sides of her neck.
New York Times
added Jul 26, 2013 20:23
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Bette Midler Hangs Up the Phone on ‘Eat You Last’

the cigarettes were the hardest. When I made ‘The Rose,’ I did smoke, I smoked for six months, and years later I tried a cigarette again and it made me sick for two weeks. These are herbal cigarettes, but smoke is smoke. I was thrilled, though, when I fin
New York Times Blogs
added Jul 2, 2013 13:12
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LAST SMOKER IN AMERICA Cast Recording Set for June 25 Release

"I am incredibly proud of this production and all of the extraordinarily talented artists who gave their time and talent to this show." He went on to add, "With licensing now available through Samuel French and the release of this awesome cast album, we a
BroadwayWorld.com
added Jun 15, 2013 16:43
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Russian smokers enjoy last day of tobacco freedom

According to the new law, from June 1, smokers will not be allowed to smoke in public places, schools, universities, in buildings of state authorities, regional public transport, railway stations, airports, elevators and stairwells, playgrounds and bus st
Pravda Online
added May 31, 2013 11:34
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[UK-Wales] No on-stage smoking for actors in Wales — Health Minister Mark Drakeford

They fear it could cost the principality's economy up to £20 million — saying the red tape could see production firms shoot big-budget dramas across the border in England, where the filming of real smoking is allowed.
This is South Wales (uk) (Evening Post)
added May 16, 2013 03:36
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[UK] Students' controversial smoking play to run at Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre

SMOKING is a controversial issue, so when a group of students wrote a play about the history of tobacco as a commodity, it was bound to grab attention. And their script was so gripping that Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre decided to produce the play for a
This Is Gloucester
added Apr 30, 2013 11:52
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