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Topic - Tracey Ullman
NEW YORK (AP) — The chance to work on Broadway with Woody Allen, Zach Braff and Susan Stroman were strong lures, but being able to cradle a dog onstage for the first time may have been the clincher for Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton joined in celebrating the nation's top artists receiving the Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday while home for less than 36 hours between diplomatic travels.
President Barack Obama in lauding the actors, musicians and others receiving Kennedy Center Honors Sunday night, also was looking for advice.