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  1. Mariel Hemingway looks for lessons in a dark family historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Day

    Actress and author Mariel Hemingway poses for a portrait in promotion of her new memoir "Out Came the Sun" on April 6 in New York. Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's “Manhattan,” where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that “You have to have a little faith in people.” But Hemingway herself, then only 16, was living a life with much darkness in it; her family was plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.

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  2. Jewish delis: Co-opted by assimilationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Philly.com

    ... trying to marry the artisanal food thing, a crazy treyf (nonkosher) version of Jewish food. In Annie Hall , Woody Allen takes Diane Keaton to the Carnegie Deli, and she orders pastrami on white bread with mayo, and he has this look of total horror ...

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  3. Actress and author Mariel Hemingway poses for a portrait in promotion of her new memoirRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people." But Hemingway ...

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  4. Advance historic page from October 16, 1975: Theater reviews and movie adsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | SILive.com

    Today's archive page is from Oct. 16, 1975 and features entertainment columns by William A Raidy, Jack O'Brian and Byron Belt, and a photo of the St. Peter's Boys High School faculty show. Woody Allen and Diane Keaton were starring in "Love and Death" at the Century Richmond theater in New Springville.

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  5. 5 to 7: Anton Yelchin Seeks Writerly InspirationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Seattle Weekly

    ... muse. Sample voiceover: "She made me a writer. She made me a man." Excuse me while I go vomit. trying to be a Woody Allen movie. I had high hopes for Yelchin after his stellar performance in the indie romance y. Unfortunately, he and Marlohe-while ...

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  6. Dana Milbank:Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Jewish World Review

    ... British Medical Journal reports that saturated fat isn't really a problem. It's as if we'll soon discover, as Woody Allen did in "Sleeper," that cigarettes are actually good for us. But sugar gets no such reprieve - and the evidence, alas, keeps ...

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  7. Mariel Hemingway writes of painful family memories to help others cope with mental illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Washington Times

    ... But 10 years after Miss Hemingway became the family bartender, she emerged in 1979 as a fresh face in Woody Allen's "Manhattan." She went on to have a successful Hollywood career alongside stars such as Christopher Reeve, John Candy and Kurt Russell ...

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  8. Mariel Hemingway looks for lessons in a dark family historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people." But Hemingway herself, then only 16, was living a life with much darkness in it; her family was plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.

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  9. Milbank: The sugar lobby's sweet talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... British Medical Journal reports that saturated fat isn't really a problem. It's as if we'll soon discover, as Woody Allen did in "Sleeper," that cigarettes are actually good for us. But sugar gets no such reprieve - and the evidence, alas, keeps ...

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  10. Mariel Hemingway shares stories of a troubled familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Greenwich Citizen

    ... mother to take care of her. She spoke of being brought into the movies in her teens by her sister Margaux, where Woody Allen would cast her in the movie "Manhattan" that brought her an Oscar nomination for supporting actress. She spoke about the ...

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  11. The sugar lobby's sour tacticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Washington Post

    ... British Medical Journal reports that saturated fat isn't really a problem. It's as if we'll soon discover, as Woody Allen did in " Sleeper ," that cigarettes are actually good for us. But sugar gets no such reprieve - and the evidence, alas, keeps ...

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  12. Mariel Hemingway looks for lessons in her famous family's dark historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The China Post

    Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people." But Hemingway herself, then only 16, was living a life with much darkness in it; her family was plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.

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  13. Mariel Hemingway's new books look at addictions, mental illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Daily Camera

    Actress and author Mariel Hemingway promotes her new memoir, "Out Came the Sun," on Monday in New York. NEW YORK - Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people."

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  14. Movie ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... Grodin makes a strong impression in a handful of scenes. While We're Young bears a distinct resemblance to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors . It has a broke, bitter documentarian at its center, and the film that Stiller is making looks almost ...

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  15. 'While We're Young:' midlife crisis comedy feels like Apatow via Woody AllenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Examiner.com

    ... to his credit, Baumbach ups the ante and the movie's IQ by veering into thematic territory that calls to mind Woody Allen. Stiller's Josh is an all but unknown documentarian, living resentfully in the shadow of his father-in-law (Charles Grodin), ...

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  16. Mariel Hemingway Reveals How Addiction Has Ravaged Her Famous FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | ETonline

    ... family struggles in her new book Out Came the Sun , which also includes details on the invite she received from Woody Allen, then 44, to accompany him on a trip to Paris when she was 18. In the 1979 film Manhattan , Mariel played Woody's much ...

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  17. Mariel Hemingway: Woody Allen story not meant to be 'creepy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | New York Daily News

    Mariel Hemingway claims in her new memoir that Woody Allen expressed romantic interest in her when she was 18 years old. The 53-year-old granddaughter of Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway tells us that when Woody Allen expressed a romantic interest in her while they were working together on the 1979 film "Manhattan," it was her responsibility to make sure the creepy romance never happened.

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  18. In 2 new books, Mariel Hemingway seeks to shine a light on addiction, mental illness, suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Star Tribune

    Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people." But Hemingway herself, then only 16, was living a life with much darkness in it; her family was plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.

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  19. Mariel Hemingway looks for lessons in a dark family historyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | ETaiwanNews.com

    Many people remember Mariel Hemingway best from her portrayal of the sweet teenager Tracy in Woody Allen's "Manhattan," where she delivered the film's uplifting closing line, a reminder that "You have to have a little faith in people." But Hemingway herself, then only 16, was living a life with much darkness in it; her family was plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.

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  20. Mariel Hemingway Reflects On Turning Down Woody Allen At Age 18: He...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Switched

    In her new memoir Out Came the Sun , Mariel Hemingway writes of Woody Allen's attempt to whisk her away to Paris after shooting the 1979 film "Manhattan." The actress was only 18, fresh out of Ketchum, Idaho, and had "never had a boyfriend."

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