This year's Humana Festival includes Jordan Harrison's Maple and Vine, about a couple who decides to abandon their 21st-century lives to join a community o 1950s reenactors. Michael Brosilow/Actors Theatre of Louisville hide caption

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In Louisville, Humana Festival Thrives
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Fox Hunts For More Than Just Game As 'Rio' Hooks Up With 'Angry Birds'
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Japanese Relief Donations Not Necessarily Welcome
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Eugene Fodor was the first American to take home top honors at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. eugenefodor.com hide caption

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Remembering Violinist Eugene Fodor
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President Obama unveiled his 2012 budget on Monday, proposing a raft of spending cuts and tax hikes. It includes a proposed limit on the charitable deduction for the top income bracket, which has nonprofit organizations concerned. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Charitable Deduction Limit: Bad For Art Nonprofits?
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Mohamed Mounir, whose "Ezzay" is probably the most popular song of the Egyptian revolution. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Songs Of The Egyptian Protests
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Cultural Common Ground Gets Harder To Come By
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Super Bowl XLIV Holds Nielsen Record
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Training And Trust: Partners On The Flying Trapeze
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Brook Carter, 29, tends bar at Kamal's 21, an Atlanta strip club. She used to work as a stripper herself at Magic City. She says typically she'll have heard a new track playing on the radio at least a month earlier at the club. John Poole for NPR hide caption

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Strip Clubs: Launch Pads For Hits In Atlanta
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Smithsonian Under Fire For Gay Portraiture Exhibit
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Luther Vandross' legendary voice has been called "flawless" and "as smooth as silk." Scott Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Luther Vandross: The Velvet Voice
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Jerry Bock in 1967 outside a theater where 'Fiddler On The Roof' was being performed. Hulton Archive / Getty Images hide caption

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Jerry Bock, Composer of 'Fiddler on the Roof' and 'Fiorello!,' Has Died
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Jordan (Victoria Justice) and Hunter (Chase Ellison) get a good scare in Nickelodeon's new feature The Boy Who Cried Werewolf. Michael Courtney/Nickelodeon hide caption

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For Halloween, TV Scares That Are Still Kid-Friendly
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Monica & David follows a young couple with Down syndrome through the early days of their married life -- and turns a keen eye on their parents' struggle to let them live a life of their own. Ali Codina/HBO hide caption

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'Monica And David,' Building A Life On Their Terms
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