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A Child Bride At 13, She's Turned Herself Into A Prize-Winning Wrestler

On the wrestling mat, this young woman from an unassuming Indian village fights back against patriarchy and prejudice.

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The Salt

Beans And Rice For Passover? A Divisive Question Gets The Rabbis' OK

For 800 years, Jews of European and Middle Eastern and Spanish ancestry have been split on the question of whether legumes, corn and rice are kosher for Passover. Rabbis have finally weighed in.

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Shakespeare Saw '360 Degrees Of Humanity,' And That's Why He Endures

From actor David Tennant to artistic director Gregory Doran, Royal Shakespeare Company thespians reflect on the Bard's legacy. Shakespeare is said to have died 400 years ago on April 23.

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Sanders Adviser Says Campaign May Have To 'Re-Evaluate' After Tuesday
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Joking About A North Korean Cooking Show Just Isn't Funny
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Brief Description Tom Verlaine
Balcony Tom Verlaine

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Is This Week's Jerusalem Suicide Bombing A Warning Of More To Come?
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Just Read the Poems Original Score
Bicycle Race Queen
Longa Nakreez Shusmo

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A Child Bride At 13, She's Turned Herself Into A Prize-Winning Wrestler
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By and By The Hackensaw Boys
Gospel Plow The Hackensaw Boys
Flying The Beatles
Morning Beck

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Beans And Rice For Passover? A Divisive Question Gets The Rabbis' OK
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Case of You Prince
Johnny Comes Marching Home Jeff Steinman
Gnossienne No 3 (Satie), for piano, bass & drums Jacques Loussier

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Shakespeare Saw '360 Degrees Of Humanity,' And That's Why He Endures
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In Fort Worth Opera's 'JFK,' A Tension Between Joy And Tragedy
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Fred Ben Allison