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  • In the 1960s, Mr. Cuomo briefly opened a second pizza shop, near East 59th Street, but he sold it, and that shop's new owner, Rosolino Mangano, kept the name Ray's.

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  • In the 1960s, Mr. Cuomo briefly opened a second pizza shop, near East 59th Street, but he sold it, and that shop's new owner, Rosolino Mangano, kept the name Ray's.

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  • In the 1960s, Mr. Cuomo briefly opened a second pizza shop, near East 59th Street, but he sold it, and that shop's new owner, Rosolino Mangano, kept the name Ray's.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In the 1960s, Mr. Cuomo briefly opened a second pizza shop, near East 59th Street, but he sold it, and that shop's new owner, Rosolino Mangano, kept the name Ray's.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In fact Billingham's series about his alcoholic father is called "Ray's a Laugh" Exhibitions, 28 May, page 39, The Guide.

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  • In fact Billingham's series about his alcoholic father is called "Ray's a Laugh" Exhibitions, 28 May, page 39, The Guide.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • Before she took part in "Spiritual Warrior" she said she called Ray's company, James Ray International, to ask whether a recent shoulder surgery and medication she was taking might prevent her from participating.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Sundance Institute called Ray's contributions to independent film "indelible."

    The Seattle Times

  • Ray's defense attorneys maintained that the deaths were a regrettable accident; that by not looking closely enough early on at potential poisons that may have been present, the state muffed its investigation; that Ray didn't force anyone to stay in the sweat lodge; and that none of the more than 50 people at the event knew that the victims, Kirby Brown, James Shore and Liz Neuman, were at risk of death.

    Author found guilty in sweat lodge deaths

  • When Oliver appeared on Ray's show recently to talk about 'his' Food Revolution and his desire to support Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign, Ray told Oliver:

    Kerry Trueman: Rachael Ray's Radical EVOOlution On Capitol Hill

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