Bolshoi Ballet artistic director Sergei Filin addresses the media during a meeting at the Bolshoi Theater. Filin was nearly blinded last year in an acid attack masterminded by one of the company's dancers. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Bolshoi Director Makes First U.S. Visit Since Acid Attack

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Colbert Plans To Take Up The Late Night Mic For CBS

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Breaking Up Corcoran Gallery Takes More Time Than Expected

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Renoir's On the Shore of the Seine returns to the Baltimore Museum of Art more than 60 years after its theft. Rumor has it Renoir painted the tiny piece on a linen napkin for his mistress. It was stolen from the museum in 1951 and resurfaced in 2012 when a woman tried to sell it, claiming she had bought it at a flea market. AP hide caption

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A Tiny Renoir, Stolen In The '50s, Finally Comes Home To Baltimore Museum

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Matthew Goode (left) as Finn Polmar and Josh Charles (right) as Will Gardner in Sunday night's episode of CBS's The Good Wife. CBS hide caption

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Fans Of 'The Good Wife' Rocked By [Spoiler Alert]

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With Teens And Social Media, Lack Of Context Is Everything

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Online, Researcher Says, Teens Do What They've Always Done

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Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and Shirley Temple perform their famous stair dance in the 1935 film The Little Colonel. AP hide caption

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Shirley Temple And Bojangles: Two Stars, One Lifelong Friendship

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For Top-Flight Animators, The Gag Is An Art All Its Own

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After Prison Stint, Pussy Riot Keeps Up Anti-Government Stand

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) presents the "Hero of Labour" award to conductor Valery Gergiev, head of the Mariinsky Theatre. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Valery Gergiev, The Powerful And Polarizing Maestro

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Philip Seymour Hoffman (right) and Rachel McAdams (front) in a scene from the film A Most Wanted Man, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. AP/Sundance Institute hide caption

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Philip Seymour Hoffman: An 'Uncanny' Actor Of Stage And Screen

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Jason Amundsen of Locally Laid Egg Co. is one of four finalists in Intuit's Small Business, Big Game competition. Intuit says some 15,000 small businesses entered the contest. Craig Lassig/Invision/AP hide caption

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In The Super Bowl Ad Game, One Small Business Will Win Big

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Foundations Keep Detroit Art Off The Auction Block

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