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Fresh Air for May 31, 2010

Fresh Air for May 28, 2010

While in college, Matt Stone (left) and Trey Parker wrote and directed a black comedy called Cannibal! The Musical. A Fox executive saw the film and commissioned the duo to create an animated short, which eventually led to the creation of South Park. Michael Yarish/Comedy Central hide caption

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Making Fun Of Everyone On 'South Park'

Making Fun Of Everyone On 'South Park'

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Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Kristen Davis all return for the sequel. The four leave New York and head to Abu Dhabi. Craig Blankenhorn/New Line Productions hide caption

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'Sex And The City 2': Sheiks, Shrieks And Eeks

'Sex And The City 2': Sheiks, Shrieks And Eeks

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Fresh Air for May 27, 2010

Green Day formed in 1987 with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong (right), bassist Mike Dirnt (left) and drummer Tre Cool (center). Marina Chavez hide caption

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Billie Joe Armstrong, From Green Day To Broadway

Billie Joe Armstrong, From Green Day To Broadway

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Bear Family has just released Louie and the Lovers: The Complete Recordings, the band's long-rumored second album. Bear Family hide caption

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Louie And The Lovers: The Slow 'Rise' Of A Lost Treasure

Louie And The Lovers: The Slow 'Rise' Of A Lost Treasure

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Fresh Air for May 26, 2010

Goggins says he chose not to read the Elmore Leonard books that feature Boyd Crowder because he didn't want to be influenced by them. FX hide caption

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Walton Goggins: Getting 'Justified' With Brother Boyd

Walton Goggins: Getting 'Justified' With Brother Boyd

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Tracey Thorn's third album focuses on the small details in life: weddings, singles bars and the size of one's jeans. Edward Bishop hide caption

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An Invigorating Tonic About 'Love And Its Opposite'

An Invigorating Tonic About 'Love And Its Opposite'

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Fresh Air for May 25, 2010

Cannes-do duo: Former CIA agent Valerie Plame (left) walks the red carpet with Naomi Watts, who plays Plame in the drama Fair Game, at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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John Powers: Reflections On Cannes 2010

John Powers: Reflections On Cannes 2010

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A man browses the Internet at the site of the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai on May 6. Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Net Neutrality: Who's In Charge Of The Internet?

Net Neutrality: Who's In Charge Of The Internet?

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