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Fresh Air for May 31, 2013

In The East, Ellen Page (left) and Alexander Skarsgard play members of an anarchist eco-terrorist collective. Fox Searchlight hide caption

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Rediscover Your Inner Anarchist In The Anti-Corporate 'East'

Rediscover Your Inner Anarchist In The Anti-Corporate 'East'

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Fresh Air for May 30, 2013

Before Midnight is the third film in Richard Linklater's series that explores the romance and life of a couple, Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy). The two previous films were Before Sunrise and Before Sunset. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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'Before Midnight,' Love Darkens And Deepens

'Before Midnight,' Love Darkens And Deepens

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Festival Au Desert: Music Of Peace Not Silenced By War

Festival Au Desert: Music Of Peace Not Silenced By War

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Fresh Air for May 29, 2013

French film Blue Is the Warmest Colour, winner of the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, tells the story of a teenager named Adele (Adele Exarchopoulos) who falls in love with a blue-haired art student named Emma (Lea Seydoux). Wild Bunch hide caption

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From Boos To Bravos: A Recap Of Cannes

From Boos To Bravos: A Recap Of Cannes

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Fresh Air for May 28, 2013

Stephen King delves into the seedy underworld of carnies for his latest novel, Joyland. Hard Case Crime hide caption

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Stephen King On Growing Up, Believing In God And Getting Scared

Stephen King On Growing Up, Believing In God And Getting Scared

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Vampire Weekend (left to right: Chris Tomson, Chris Baio, Rostam Batmanglij, Ezra Koenig) met while they were all students at Columbia University. Alex John Beck /XL Recordings hide caption

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Vampire Weekend Comes Of Age In 'The City'

Vampire Weekend Comes Of Age In 'The City'

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Fresh Air for May 27, 2013

Legendary music producer Quincy Jones. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Quincy Jones: The Fresh Air Interview

Quincy Jones: The Man Behind The Music

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U.S. Navy sailors form a ceremonial guard at a wreath-laying ceremony to memorialize the victims of the attack on Pearl Harbor and pay tribute to the veterans of World War II in front of the Lone Sailor statue at the Naval Memorial in Washington, D.C., in December 2003. Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images hide caption

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After WWII, A Letter Of Appreciation That Still Rings True

After WWII, A Letter Of Appreciation That Still Rings True

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