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Pretty Things: 'Come See Me'

Rock historian Ed Ward tells us about the British band The Pretty Things, a band that was a spin off-of group of the early Rolling Stones. Last year they released the reissue, Come See Me: The Very Best of The Pretty Things.

Pretty Things: 'Come See Me'

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Former Cop Turns Pet Detective to Track Lost Pets

Kathy Albrecht is a former police officer who used to work with search and rescue dogs. She now searches for lost pets using her specially trained bloodhounds, and a Weimeraner. Along the way she is developing data about how lost animals behave, and how to best find them.

Former Cop Turns Pet Detective to Track Lost Pets

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Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

Duchovny, who starred as Agent Fox Mulder in the popular TV show The X-Files, makes his directorial debut House of D, about the Greenwich Village Women's House of Detention, which frequently housed prostitutes.

Actor David Duchovny Directs 'House of D'

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