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Girls' Legos Are A Hit, But Why Do Girls Need Special Legos?

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Author Matheson Left Behind Reams Of Science Fiction Writing

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Bobby "Blue" Bland performs on stage at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, in 1989. David Redfern/Redferns hide caption

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Remembering The Multidimensional Music Of Bobby 'Blue' Bland

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In the wake of the dome's mysterious appearance, the townspeople are cut off from access to TV, phones and the Internet, and must make do with the people and objects they have at their disposal. CBS hide caption

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'Dome' Luck: On CBS, A Drama About Getting Stuck With Each Other

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Legos and other interlocking toys are only one kind of blocks that remain popular with kids. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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From Classic Toys To New Twists, Kids Go Back To Blocks

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Netflix Partners With Dreamworks To Make Kids' Programming

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Finn is in the middle, with the skinny arms. Jake is the dog. Together, they have Adventure Time. Cartoon Network hide caption

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An 'Adventure' For Kids And Maybe For Their Parents, Too

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Peter Dinklage stars as the cunning, charismatic Tyrion Lannister in HBO's hit drama Game Of Thrones. One security consultant suggests that the number of people watching the popular drama through HBO's streaming service HBO Go without paying for it could be high enough to pose a real challenge for providers of such services. Helen Sloan/HBO hide caption

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A Lannister Always Pays His Debts — But Do Too Many Of His Fans Watch For Free?

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Cierra Ramirez, Teri Polo, and Jake T. Austin star in ABC Family's The Fosters. Randy Holmes/ABC Family hide caption

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Foster Families Take Center Stage

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'Arrested Development' Leads The Charge For Old Brands In New Media

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Show Abandonment: When Viewers Drop Popular TV Programs

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Geena Davis played the president in the 2005 ABC series Commander in Chief. Now, she works on issues involving women in media. Kent Eanes/AP hide caption

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Working Women On Television: A Mixed Bag At Best

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Ray Harryhausen Was Pioneer Of Stop Motion Animation

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Video-Streaming Firms Attract Customers With Exclusive Shows

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