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Fresh Air for June 16, 2010

Marisa Tomei and John C. Reilly star in Cyrus as lonely singletons slowly falling in love -- though Tomei's son, played by Jonah Hill, proves to be no small hurdle. Chuck Zlotnick/Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Marisa Tomei: From 'Cousin Vinny' To 'Cyrus'

Marisa Tomei: From 'Cousin Vinny' To 'Cyrus'

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Jennifer Lawrence plays Ree Dolly, an Ozarks teenager who sets out in search of her drug-dealing father. Sebastian Mlynarski hide caption

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A Saga In The Ozarks, Suited For The Screen

A Saga In The Ozarks, Suited For The Screen

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Fresh Air for June 15, 2010

Maziar Bahari, shown in a photo released in August by the semi-official Iranian Fars News Agency. Hossein Salehi Ara/Fars News Agency/AP hide caption

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A Year Later, Journalist Reflects On Iranian Unrest

A Year Later, Journalist Reflects On Iranian Unrest

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Fresh Air for June 14, 2010

Jackie DeShannon in the infamous Laurel Canyon of the Hollywood Hills in 1968. Sue Cameron hide caption

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Sue Cameron

What The World Needs Now Is Jackie DeShannon

What The World Needs Now Is Jackie DeShannon

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A Twitter haiku / A tiny Internet thought / That people enjoy. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Haiku Takes To Twitter, 140 Characters At A Time

Haiku Takes To Twitter, 140 Characters At A Time

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Fresh Air for June 11, 2010

Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth star in a new Broadway revival of Promises, Promises. Hayes says that he's had to overcome "a little added pressure and a little added fear" on stage because of his singing role. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Offstage With Broadway Star Sean Hayes

Offstage With Broadway Star Sean Hayes

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The cast of the Broadway revival of Promises, Promises includes Sean Hayes (center) in the role originated by Jerry Orbach in 1968. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Burt Bacharach And Hal David: A 50-Year Musical Duet

Burt Bacharach And Hal David: A 50-Year Musical Duet

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Lost In The Woods: From the very start of Winter's Bone, director Debra Granik creatures a lyrical tension between death and life, despair and determination. Sebastian Mlynarski hide caption

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'Winter's Bone:' A Miraculous Film From The Ozarks

'Winter's Bone:' A Miraculous Film From The Ozarks

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Fresh Air for June 10, 2010

An image from the BP video shows oil gushing from the blown well in the Gulf of Mexico. AP hide caption

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Reporter: Documents Show Years of BP Neglect

Reporter: Documents Show Years of BP Neglect

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Filmmaker Josh Fox set off across 24 states to investigate the consequences of natural gas drilling. His documentary, Gasland, premieres on HBO on June 21. Josh Fox hide caption

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Josh Fox: Living In The Middle Of A 'Gasland'

Josh Fox: Living In The Middle Of A 'Gasland'

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