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  • Leary gives new equipment to Detroit firefighters

    Denis Leary, a longtime supporter of firefighters and the star of an acclaimed TV show in which he played one, was in Detroit Thursday to present $260,000 worth of equipment to the bankrupt city's fire department.

  • Kevin Costner, center, portrays the general manager of the Cleveland Browns and Jennifer Garner, right, is the team's lawyer in a scene in "Draft Day." (credit)

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  • Actors,from left, Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Denis Leary appear at a news conference for the movie "Draft Day" in New York on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. The Seattle Seahawks play the Denver Broncos on Sunday at the stadium in the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

    Super Bowl turns into 'Draft Day' before big game

    It wasn't the raucous NFL draft, but it was Hollywood's next best thing when Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary and director Ivan Reitman gathered Friday just down a hotel hallway from the Super Bowl's media center to chat up their new movie "Draft Day," made with the full support of the league itself.

  • Actor Denis Leary (right) looks at an annotated script from his TV show "Rescue Me" with writer-producer Peter Tolan (left) at the National Museum of American History in Washington on Thursday. (Associated Press)

    Museum gets 'Rescue Me' items

    Actor Denis Leary has donated props, costumes and other objects from his TV series "Rescue Me" to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History because of the show's connection to New York City firefighters after Sept. 11.

  • TV's 'Rescue Me' donates 9/11 items to Smithsonian

    Denis Leary donated props, costumes and other objects from his TV series "Rescue Me" to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History on Thursday because of the show's connection to New York City firefighters after Sept. 11.

  • TV's 'Rescue Me' donates 9/11 items to Smithsonian

    Denis Leary donated props, costumes and other objects from his TV series "Rescue Me" to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History on Thursday because of the show's connection to New York City firefighters after Sept. 11.

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  • "Each time we are blessed with the ability to donate funds which will help the brave and courageous firefighters of this country, we do so with gratitude and admiration," said Leary, known for his starring role on "Rescue Me," which focused on New York City firefighters. "Every dollar makes a difference."

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