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  • ‘I didn’t go looking for someone younger’: Dennis Quaid on his new love and new roles

    The Hollywood star on his much-discussed engagement to a PhD student, why TV is now more interesting than film – and how he hopes to see the end of casting-couch culture Dennis Quaid is tired of talking about the cocaine addiction that landed him in rehab in 1990 and stunted his Hollywood career after a promising start in 80s films The Right Stuff, The Big Easy and Great Balls of Fire. “It always winds up being the centrepiece of an article,” sighs the 65-year-old actor. “It’s not even the...

    the Guardian
  • The new college try: More New York City kids are going on to college; now, they must finish

    Some good news, on the surface, from a Bill de Blasio-led public school system with its share of failures: 62% of the latest high school class, or 48,782 youngsters, have enrolled in two- or four-year colleges, vocational programs, the military or other service programs. (Of graduates, the share

    nydailynews.com
  • The new college try: More New York City kids are going on to college; now, they must finish

    Some good news, on the surface, from a Bill de Blasio-led public school system with its share of failures: 62% of the latest high school class, or 48,782 youngsters, have enrolled in two- or four-year colleges, vocational programs, the military or other service programs. (Of graduates, the share

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