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"Berlusconi's main problem, since he entered politics, has been Berlusconi himself," political analyst James Walston says. Andrew Medichini/Associated Press hide caption

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Berlusconi's Drama Leaves Italy In Minor Role

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Miss Daisy Rides Again: Vanessa Redgrave returns to Broadway to take on a character Jessica Tandy made famous on film. Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Broadway Season Bets On Big Stars, Short Scripts

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Driving [From Driving Miss Daisy] Warner Bros. Orchestra
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Symphony No. 5: III. Romanza (Lento) Vaughan Williams, London Philharmonic, conductor Adrian Boult
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The Secret Musical History Of... 'Black Sabbath'?

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North Koreans mark the 62nd anniversary of their country on Thursday by laying flowers at the foot of a giant statue of their founding leader, Kim Il Sung, in Pyongyang. North Korea has managed to keep secret who will run the country next from thousands of prying eyes. AP hide caption

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North Korea's Next Leader A Surprising Secret

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Agenda The Clonious
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Needles Garage a Trois
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Djilile Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, David Porcelijn
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Brandon Flowers' debut solo album, Flamingo, draws on the imagery of the Killers frontman's Las Vegas hometown. Lucy Hamblin hide caption

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Brandon Flowers: An Ode To Las Vegas In 'Flamingo'

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On The Floor (2.0) Brandon Flowers
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On Top Various Artists
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Never Was A Story Of More Woe ... Romeo mourns his beloved Juliet in an 1895 production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet at the Lyceum Theatre in London. In her novel, Juliet, Anne Fortier merges a little fact and a lot of fiction to elaborate on the tale of the young, doomed lovers. W. and D. Downey/Hulton Archive hide caption

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Star-Crossed Lovers Get A Makeover In 'Juliet'

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