Elizabeth Blair Elizabeth Blair is a Peabody Award winning, Senior Producer/Reporter on the Arts Desk of NPR News.

Military Veterans Take On Zombies In 'Range 15'

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Hollywood Stars Speak Out In Effort To Combat Gender Pay Gap

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Comedian George Carlin appears at Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colo., in 2007 during HBO's 13th Annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Inc for HBO/Getty Images hide caption

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George Carlin's 'Stuff' Gets A New Home At National Comedy Center

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California Addiction Doctor Scheduled Meeting With Prince, Lawyer Says

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The 'Mick Jagger' Of Art Auctions Shares Secrets From A High End Market

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Actress Doris Roberts Of 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Dies At 90

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Civil rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., sing "We Shall Overcome" at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march in 1965. Stephen F. Somerstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Owns 'We Shall Overcome'? All Of Us, A Lawsuit Claims

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The Panama Papers may help settle an ownership claim over Amedeo Modigliani's Seated Man With a Cane, which Philippe Maestracci says was seized from his grandfather by the Nazis. Christie's Images/Corbis hide caption

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Panama Papers Provide Rare Glimpse Inside Famously Opaque Art Market

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Nina Simone Biopic Criticized Over Casting And Skin Color

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Sir George Martin, seen here in 1984, was known for his crucial role in shaping the sound of the Beatles. Rob Verhorst/Getty Images hide caption

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Beatles Producer George Martin 'Invented The Job'

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Surrey NanoSystems, the U.K. company that makes Vantablack, describes it as "a functionalised 'forest' of millions upon millions of incredibly small tubes made of carbon, or carbon nanotubes." Surrey NanoSystems/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Screenwriter Meg LeFauve attends The Hollywood Reporter's Nominees Night on Feb. 8. LeFauve co-wrote two 2015 Pixar films: Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur. Mike Windle/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter hide caption

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This Oscar Nominee Could've Been An Executive. Instead, She's A Screenwriter

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