Both CBS and ABC tried to close their newscasts with attempts at a cheery silver lining in the recession. ABC anchor Charles Gibson introduced us to a program for homeless families in New York City's Central Park. Dayna Camp's Portrait Project does not help them find housing but it does take their photograph. "It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the box office, exclaimed CBS' Sandra Hughes from Hollywood. She found a reverse economic indicator in the current surge in receipts: "In five of the past seven recession years, as the economy went down ticket sales went up."
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