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Performing Arts

'The Queen' and Helen Mirren

Actress Helen Mirren has been nominated for three Golden Globes this year. For her roles in the TV mini-series Prime Suspect and Elizabeth I, and for her work in the film The Queen. This interview originally aired on Apr. 18, 2006.

'The Queen' and Helen Mirren

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Pop Culture

Alec Baldwin of '30 Rock'

Actor Alec Baldwin has been nominated for a Golden Globe award for his role in the TV sitcom 30 Rock. He recently appeared in the films The Good Shepard, Running with Scissors, The Departed and The Aviator. This interview originally aired on Dec. 8, 2003.

Alec Baldwin of '30 Rock'

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Democratic Caucus Chair Rahm Emanuel

Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) is the new chair of the Democratic Caucus. As chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, a post he recently left, Emanuel was credited with helping to organize his party for the 2006 mid-term elections.

Democratic Caucus Chair Rahm Emanuel

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Music Articles

Franz Ferdinand's Frontman on Touring and Eating

Singer, guitarist, and author Alex Kapranos is the frontman for the Glasgow-based indie rock quartet Franz Ferdinand. The band, best known for its single "Take Me Out," has produced two hit CDs. Kapranos has a new book about eating on tour, called Sound Bites.

Franz Ferdinand's Frontman on Touring and Eating

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Mark Feldman's 'What Exit'

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews What Exit, the major label debut by violinist Mark Feldman. After touring with Loretta Lynn in the 1980s, Feldman moved to New York, where he got involved with jazz, open improvisation and contemporary classical music.

Mark Feldman's 'What Exit'

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