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He Died At 32, But A Young Artist Lives On In LA's Underground Museum

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Gene Wilder's Nephew Remembers Late Actor Who Starred In 'Willy Wonka'

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Luther Burbank also introduced the Shasta daisy to gardens across the Northwest – and the predecessor of the potato variety used by McDonald's to make its famous fries. New York Botanical Garden/LuEsther T. Mertz Library/Biodiversity Heritage Library hide caption

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Tom Hanks Says Self-Doubt Is 'A High-Wire Act That We All Walk'

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In the 1980s and 1990s, Ross was a fixture on PBS. The Joy of Painting invited viewers to watch over Ross' shoulder as he created small masterpieces in under 30 minutes. Bob Ross Inc. hide caption

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The Real Bob Ross: Meet The Meticulous Artist Behind Those Happy Trees

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AfroPunk Acts To Free Your Mind And Your ... Ears

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First-Time Nominations Reveal The Changing Face Of The Emmys

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Herman Koch Gets Meta In 'Dear Mr. M'

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Wisdom From YA Authors On Leaving Home: Jacqueline Woodson

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Ed Sanders, Author Of Manson Family Biography, To Sell Massive Archive

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Invincible Iron Man — featuring the debut of a new hero, Riri Williams — is one five books Marvel is using to promote science, math, and arts disciplines through a series of covers. Courtesy of Marvel hide caption

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Nina McLemore's Clothes Are A 'Weapon' Of Powerful Women

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The Kingdom of Speech is Tom Wolfe's first book of nonfiction in 16 years. Mark Seliger hide caption

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In Tom Wolfe's 'Kingdom,' Speech Is The One Weird Trick

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The Chichu Art Museum, designed by celebrated Japanese architect Tadao Ando, is built mostly underground. Open courtyards and skylights bring in natural light. The island is internationally known for its works of modern art and architecture. Seiichi Ohsawa Courtesy of Benesse Art Site Naoshima hide caption

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People at leisure watch boats taking part in the sixth race of the Skutsjesilen competition, a traditional boat race of sailing yachts from several Frisian cities, in Elahuizen, on August 5. Siese Veenstra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Langston Hughes lived in this Harlem brownstone for the last 20 years of his life. Now, Renee Watson hopes to turn it into a hub for artists from underrepresented communities. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Langston Hughes' Harlem Home May Get Its Own Renaissance — As An Art Center

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Rachel Weisz Plays With Identity In 'Complete Unknown'

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