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Charles Manson is escorted to his arraignment on conspiracy and murder charges in 1969. AP hide caption

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Linda Ronstadt performs in 1970. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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The Masters At His Fingertips, Art Hodes Pays Tribute To Bessie Smith

The jazz pianist's powerful 1976 album I Remember Bessie conveys a profound sense of loss.

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Billie Jean King, seen here in 1977, learned to play tennis on the public courts near her Long Beach, Calif., home. Kathy Willens/AP/Press Association Images hide caption

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W. Kamau Bell's FXX series Totally Biased mixes standup, sketches and interviews. Matthias Clamer hide caption

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Danny (Chris Messina) and Mindy learn that medicine isn't all fun and games. Beth Dubber/Fox hide caption

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Bob Dylan in 1970, the year he released his 10th studio album, Self Portrait. John Cohen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jonathan Lethem's other books include The Ecstasy of Influence, Chronic City and Girl in Landscape. John Lucas/Courtesy Doubleday hide caption

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When Duke Flirted With The Queen

Duke Ellington's piece for Queen Elizabeth II is included in a new collection of late-period suites.

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The Prisonaires, a band formed in a Memphis-area prison, created one of Sun Records' early hits. Courtesy of Bear Family Records hide caption

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