Moby's new memoir, Porcelain, is a tale of dance clubs, DJs, and New York City in the 1990s. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In 'Porcelain,' Moby Searches For Validation And Finds Unlikely Success
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'Mirror Test' Reflects On The Consequences Of The Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan
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In An Alternate 19th Century London, Sins Are Marked With 'Smoke'
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Dr. Abraham Nussbaum argues for medicine to reconnect with its past: Caring for patients should be a calling, not a job, he says. PhotoAlto/Michele Constantini/Getty Images hide caption

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Filipino Americans: Blending Cultures, Redefining Race
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Susan Silverman On Anxiety, Adoption And Making A Family In An Uncertain World
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Eventually, Big Thunder gives Little Thunder a name of his own: Lightning. Courtesy of Little, Brown Books for Young Readers hide caption

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Sherman Alexie On His New Kids' Book And The Angst Of Being A 'Jr.'
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On The Ever-Present Trauma Of Rape: 'You Are Not Alone. Don't Give Up'
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Teaching The Intangibles: How To Ingrain 'Grit' In Students
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The first issue of Black Panther, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates (with art by Brian Stelfreeze) is the top-selling comic of 2016 so far. Marvel Entertainment hide caption

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Now At Your Comic Shop: Ta-Nehisi Coates And Michael Chabon
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Joe Hill On 'Fireman,' Family And ... Fart Cookies?
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Classical music fans are familiar with Robert Schumann. But they might not know that his his wife, Clara, was an accomplished composer, too. Franz Hanfstaengl/Getty Images hide caption

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'Sounds And Sweet Airs' Remembers The Forgotten Women Of Classical Music
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One of the oldest works in one of the world's oldest libraries is a 9th century Quran written on leather with kufic calligraphy, at the Qarawiyyin Library, in Fez, Morocco. Samia Errazouki/AP hide caption

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The Delicate Task Of Restoring One Of The World's Oldest Libraries
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Sebastian Junger's Examines Veteran Life After Leaving 'Tribe'
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