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By William C. Triplett II
Anti-fracking advocates could run afoul of Hispanic voters
Topic - Christopher Hart
The Moss Hart that emerges during the Broadway play "Act One" is a wordsmith, a theater addict and a connoisseur. For two people in the audience, he is another thing entirely - dad.
Investigators looking into a weekend tour bus crash in New York that killed 15 people are focusing on the driver, a man with a decades-old manslaughter conviction who was not supposed to be driving because he had not resolved several traffic tickets.
The section of gas pipeline that ruptured and exploded in a suburban San Francisco neighborhood, killing four and injuring nearly 60 others, was ranked as high risk because it ran through a highly populated area, state and federal authorities said Saturday.
They saw nothing strange with this upbringing: "They were just Mom and Dad," says Christopher Hart, who has a daughter about to graduate high school.
"I can hear him again and it's lovely," says Christopher Hart during a joint interview at Lincoln Center Theater. "Everybody loses their parents, but they don't have this ability to keep them alive."