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3D Boot Camp: A New Dimension For Live-Action Film

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Sea Salt Latte: Is 85C The Next Coffee Craze?

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Artist Louise Bourgeois Dies At 98

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From Elvis To Lady Gaga: Playing With Shock Value In Music

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TV Networks Prepare To Unveil Fall Lineups

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Window Between Theatrical, DVD Releases Narrows

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Paul Rhymer, the last Smithsonian taxidermist, just retired after 25 years in the job his father and grandfather once held. hide caption

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Smithsonian Taxidermist: A Dying Job Title

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Muybridge: The Man Who Made Pictures Move

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Pulitzer Winners Include Web Site, Midsize Papers

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Malcolm McLaren managed iconic acts such as The Sex Pistols, Adam and the Ants, Bow Wow Wow and New York Dolls. John Minihan/Hulton Archive hide caption

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Subversive Punk Icon Malcolm McLaren Dead At 64

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Influential musician and producer Alex Chilton died Wednesday at age 59. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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The Late Alex Chilton, An Uncompromising Rocker

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