People view the AIDS Memorial Quilt at the National Mall this week. Ebony Bailey/NPR hide caption

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Pieces Of AIDS Quilt Blanket Nation's Capital

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Author and screenwriter Nora Ephron died Tuesday in New York. She was 71. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images hide caption

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Ephron: From 'Silkwood' To 'Sally,' A Singular Voice

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Celebrated composer and lyricist Richard Adler has died at the age of 90. Bob Gomel/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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Richard Adler, Broadway Composer And Lyricist, Dies

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Pixar's Brave premiered in Los Angeles on June 18. Brave producer Katherine Sarafian says Pixar experimented with making the protagonist a blacksmith's daughter and then a milkmaid before they settled on a princess. Matt Sayles/Invision for Dolby/AP hide caption

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Branding 'Brave': The Cultural Capital Of Princesses

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Aubrey Plaza Takes Quite A Trip In 'Safety Not Guaranteed'

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Self-Taught Folk Music Icon Doc Watson Dies At 89

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Arthel Lane "Doc" Watson in the 1960s. John Cohen/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Doc Watson, Folk Music Icon, Dies At 89

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At the 2012 Pro Hollywood Boot Camp in Los Angeles, former Green Bay Packers running back Ahman Green (left) and free agent fullback Ovie Mughelli hang out on the back lot at Universal Studios. Johnny Vy/NFL Network hide caption

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NFL Players Learn The Drills To Take On Tinseltown

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Hairstylist Vidal Sassoon Was Fashion Revolutionary

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A Test Of Hearts, Minds And 'Hands On A Hardbody'

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Dick Clark brought in the New Year from Times Square for over three decades. Donna Svennevik/AP/ABC hide caption

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Dick Clark, 'Bandstand' Host, Dies At 82

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Pulitzer Prize Winners Announced

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Korra demonstrates fire- and water-bending in The Legend of Korra, a new series from the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender. It premieres April 14 on Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon hide caption

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'Airbender' Creators Reclaim Their World In 'Korra'

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The face you may remember: Fred Savage cuddles up with a puppy on The Wonder Years, in a photo from December 1989. ABC Photo Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Fred Savage: A Child Star Makes Good, With Less Than Wholesome Comedies

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Lily Collins plays Snow White in Mirror Mirror opposite Julia Roberts as the vain Queen jealous of Snow's beauty. Jan Thijs/ Relativity Media hide caption

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Snow White Rising: Why This Princess, And Why This Moment?

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