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Fresh Air for June 5, 2014

Brothers rides down the front stretch before the 88th Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on May 18, 2012, in Baltimore. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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For Jockey Donna Barton Brothers, Horse Racing Runs In The Family

For Jockey Donna Barton Brothers, Horse Racing Runs In The Family

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Allan Jones plays debonair leading man Gaylord Ravenal and Irene Dunne is the enchanting Magnolia in the 1936 film version of Show Boat, which has just been released on DVD. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Digital Distribution hide caption

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1936 'Show Boat': A Multiracial, Musical Melodrama, Now Out On DVD

1936 'Show Boat': A Multiracial, Musical Melodrama, Now Out On DVD

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Fresh Air for June 4, 2014

Fresh Air for June 3, 2014

Fresh Air for June 2, 2014

Denzel Washington plays Walter Lee, the role played by Sidney Poitier in the 1959 Broadway production of A Raisin in the Sun. Sophie Okonedo, known for her Academy Award nomination for Hotel Rwanda, plays Ruth Younger in her New York stage debut. Brigitte Lacombe hide caption

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'Raisin In The Sun' Revival: A Uniquely American Story Is Back On Broadway

'Raisin In The Sun' Revival: A Uniquely American Story Is Back On Broadway

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Fresh Air for May 31, 2014

Max Beckmann's biblical and political triptych Departure (right) hangs on the same wall as Adolf Ziegler's Four Elements triptych, which Hitler owned. Both pieces are part of the Neue Galerie's "Degenerate Art" exhibit. Courtesy of Hulya Kolabas for Neue Galerie New York hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Chris O'Dowd, The Nazi War On Modern Art And Cannes

Fresh Air Weekend: Chris O'Dowd, The Nazi War On Modern Art And Cannes

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