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  LDS Playwright Neil LaBute's 'Bash' on Showtime Tonight
LDS Church member Neil LaBute's controversial show "Bash: Latterday Plays" will be shown in a television version on the cable channel Showtime at 8 p.m. tonight. Ahead of the play, several newspapers reviewed the performances and LaBute's work, acknowledging its dark and controversial nature, but often praising the work.

  Donny Signs New Record Deal
LDS recording star Donny Osmond will head back to the studio on September 18th to begin a new album. He recently signed a recording contract with Universal Classics Group, and the new album is slated for a February release on UCG's Decca Broadway label.

  Braving the Elements for Their Faith
Between 1840 and 1890, more than 40,000 Europeans under the age of 21, all converts to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, left their homelands and traveled across the Atlantic Ocean to America, sailing to Zion. Their journeys ranged from seven weeks long to just over three weeks, as ships became faster and more efficient. Many children left their parents behind, traveling instead with trusted neighbors or missionaries until the rest of their families could afford to join them.

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