You may know Katrina and the Waves, but you definitely know the band's timeless hit song. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Walking On Sunshine': Living On A Song

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The Columbus Symphony Orchestra is one of the Ohio arts organizations that has turned to CAPA -- the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts -- for help with finances and fundraising. Courtesy of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra hide caption

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Everyone Else Outsources, So Why Can't The Arts?

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'Sex And The City' Cast Abu Dhabi As The City? Really?

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Your Movie Collection: On A Shelf, Or On A Server?

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The 5 Browns' latest album features film music. Andrew Southam hide caption

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The 5 Browns: Blending Pop And Classical

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Patty Larkin recorded voice and guitar for 25 songs, then let her friends do the rest. Jana Leon hide caption

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Patty Larkin: 25 Songs, 25 Friends, 25 Years

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A drawing of Polish composer and pianist Frederic Chopin on his deathbed. Kean Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Chopin's Iconic Funeral March

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Still Smiling? Jay Leno, seen here in 2004 behind the desk on his old Tonight Show set, returns to the show March 1 — but may be bringing some baggage along. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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As Leno Goes Late Again, Is His Brand Still Strong?

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Singer k.d. lang's soaring vocal range and mesmerizing delivery come from discipline and careful choices. Courtesy of Herb Ritts Foundation hide caption

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k.d. lang: An 'Immortal' Voice, Patiently Preserved

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Nikkole Salter as Taylor (from left), Jason Dirden as Kent, Billy Eugene Jones as Flip and Rosie Benton as Kimber in Stick Fly at Arena Stage. Scott Suchman/Arena Stage hide caption

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Pride And Privilege — And Prejudice — On Stage

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A Behind-The-Scenes Look At NPR's '50 Great Voices'

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Daisey's breakthrough work 21 Dog Years also weaved details from life with historical fact, tracing the dotcom boom through his years working at Amazon.com. Stan Barouh hide caption

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'Cult' Hero Mike Daisey: When The Dollar Is Almighty

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