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New York: A Concrete Jungle And 'City Of Trees,' Too

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Is Time Real?

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Wrapping Up 'Muses And Metaphor'

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After Tuesday, projectionist Andy Holyoke will help retire the Little Art Theatre's vintage Italian reel-to-reel projectors. Courtesy of Steven Bognar hide caption

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Ohio Movie House Screens Its Last Reel-To-Reel

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'Wonderful Words' In Willa Cather's No-Longer-Secret Letters

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Author Benjamin Alire Saenz writes about life on the U.S.-Mexico border. Here he holds his latest book, Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club, in front of "$26," a painting by Francisco Delgado (the presidents in the painting appear on American bills worth a collective $26). Mark Lambie/Courtesy El Paso Times hide caption

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Vibrant 'Club' Links Two Countries In Award-Winning Book

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What is a "tea blend?" Sasha/Courtesy of Adagio Teas hide caption

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Medal of Honor's authentic action is a selling point for its publisher, Electronic Arts. Courtesy of Electronic Arts hide caption

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A Real-World Connection Between Video Games And Guns

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The "American novelists" category on Wikipedia now includes a controversial subcategory: "American women novelists." Wikipedia hide caption

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What's In A Category? 'Women Novelists' Sparks Wiki-Controversy

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Marc Maron, whose latest book is Attempting Normal, is also the author of The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life As a Reluctant Messiah. Leigh Righton/Spiegel & Grau hide caption

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Marc Maron: A Life Fueled By 'Panic And Dread'

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