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  • He's one of the most sought-after audition pianists in the business, sometimes working as many as seven sessions a week—some lasting as long as nine hours—for theater, movie and cruise-ship casting directors.

    Didn't Get That Role? Don't Blame the Piano Player

  • "Cruise ships have grown so much in the last 15 years that it's really difficult to handle emergency situations," said Marco Calabria , a cruise-ship consultant.

    Shipwrecked Liner's Command Faces More Scrutiny

  • The attorney for Italy's embattled cruise-ship captain suggested Friday the ship's operating company bears a share of the blame for a deadly delay in evacuating the Costa Concordia's passengers, as further accounts emerged of the captain's apparently erratic behavior after rocks tore a 230-foot gash in his ship.

    Captain Challenges Account of Wreck

  • (Soundbite of music) GARRELS: It's a full cruise-ship menu - late-night dancing or a more restrained classical concert, classes in Russian folk art and yoga, as well as lectures on the Volga.

    Navigating Tricky Crosscurrents In Russia's Heartland

  • From the cruise-ship dock I hire a high-masted felucca, one with a sail promoting a local beer, a couple of miles to Crocodile Island where the worship is alive and well at the Mövenpick Luxor Resort.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile, Part III

  • From the cruise-ship dock I hire a high-masted felucca, one with a sail promoting a local beer, a couple of miles to Crocodile Island where the worship is alive and well at the Mövenpick Luxor Resort.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile, Part III

  • Foster + Partners, which has long ties to the city—it designed Chep Lap Kok airport and HSBC's headquarters—is helping to convert part of the old Kai Tak Airport into a cruise-ship terminal.

    Extreme Makeover

  • That cheesy laser-tastic celebration Miami threw upon signing James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade looked like a cruise-ship matinee gone amok.

    No Use Denying the LeBrilliance Anymore

  • Long before the Weekly Standard crew disembarked at Anchorage for its now-historic call upon the lady governor, I myself once sat on a cruise-ship entertainment panel — sponsored off the imposing shores of Alaska by The Nation magazine — with Betty Friedan and Al Franken.

    Cheap Laughs

  • Would that not have invited a different kind of criticism, that she had gone all cruise-ship on us?

    Diane Gilman: The Material Girl's Guide to Turning Your Midlife Crisis Into a Halftime Show

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