Nightmares On The Set: 'Prince and The Show Girl'

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How Networks Are Filling Airtime Without The NBA

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A model shows a view of the Crystal Bridges pavilion some museum staff refer to as "the armadillo" because of how its curved, copper bands resemble the animal's shell. John Horner/Crystal Bridges Museum of Art hide caption

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Wal-Mart Heiress Brings Art Museum To The Ozarks

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The Surgery That Saves Silenced Singers

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The Subtleties Of Marketing Beer To Latinos

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Who Will Buy Hulu?

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Bluesman 'Honeyboy' Edwards Has Died

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One Record, Two Hits And A Rock 'n' Roll Revolution

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World Art Managers Find New Funding Models In D.C.

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Free Concerts: In Washington D.C., They Happen 365 Days A Year

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George Pelecanos' 17 crime novels take place in and around Washington, D.C. Pelecanos has also written for HBO's The Wire and Treme, which take place in Baltimore and New Orleans, but he says his novels will always be set in D.C. Mai-Trang Dang via Flickr hide caption

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Taking On Crime In A Racially Divided D.C.

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Cellist Sara Page (center, right) rehearses with the World Youth Symphony Orchestra at Interlochen Arts Camp. Page is among the campers who made an exceptional effort to raise funds to attend the camp this year. Sam Oldenburg for NPR hide caption

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Enterprising Young Musicians On The Road To Interlochen

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Baya shows Arthur a scrapbook of former "fascists" she's converted to her left-wing causes by sleeping with them. Music Box Films hide caption

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Polar Opposites Attract, And Reflect History

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Peter Folk poses as his famed character, Lt. Columbo, in the detective television series Columbo. NBC/AP hide caption

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Peter Falk, TV's Legendary 'Columbo,' Dies At 83

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