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: 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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Detroit Needs Money. Can A 'Grand Bargain' Save The City's Art?
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This summer, movie studios were up to their necks in big-budget blockbusters, including Disney's The Lone Ranger, which ended up a huge bomb. Peter Mountain/Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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Hollywood Holding On To Its Summer Love
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For Top-Flight Animators, The Gag Is An Art All Its Own
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Fans Boo 'Family Guy' Dog Death, But Will It Bring Bryan Back?
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Sculptor and writer Barbara Chase-Riboud is troubled by race-based groupings. She currently has an exhibition of work inspired by Malcolm X at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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What Do We Mean When We Talk About 'Latino Art'?
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Ron Woodroof holds a vial of Compound Q — a drug that, in 1989, the FDA hadn't evaluated. His Dallas Buyers Club, which acquired experimental AIDS treatments, is the subject of a new film in which Woodroof is portrayed by Matthew McConaughey. Randy Eli Grothe/Dallas Morning News/Corbis hide caption

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The Dallas Cowboy Behind The Real 'Buyers Club'
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Dennis Chestnut stands next to a stretch of the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2. Chestnut, who has been working to clean up the Anacostia for decades, says it can take a long time for a nonprofit to see an end result. Abbey Oldham/NPR hide caption

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Charity Watchdog Shakes Up Ratings To Focus On Results
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