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A John Waters Valentine's Day Treat

The filmmaker has released a new Valentine's Day album called A Date with John Waters. It's a compilation of love songs including Mink Stole's "Sometimes I Wish I Had a Gun" and the late Edith Massey (aka the Egg Lady) singing "Big Girls Don't Cry."

A John Waters Valentine's Day Treat

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Anna Nicole Smith's Fascinating Story

The famous, or perhaps notorious, model Anna Nicole Smith died last week, prompting a tsunami of media coverage. Here's a look at the reasons for all the hoopla. One shouldn't be embarrassed about finding her story fascinating.

Anna Nicole Smith's Fascinating Story

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Oscar Nominee Mark Wahlberg

Actor Mark Wahlberg is an Academy Award nominee for best supporting actor for his role as a police sergeant in the film The Departed. Wahlberg's other films include The Perfect Storm, Three Kings, The Italian Job, and Invincible.

Oscar Nominee Mark Wahlberg

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The Dangers of Journalism in Russia

In this week's issue of The New Yorker, Michael Specter writes about the murders of 13 journalists in Russia that have taken place since Vladimir Putin took office in 1999. Specter's article is "Kremlin, Inc: Why are Vladimir Putin's opponents dying?"

The Dangers of Journalism in Russia

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