The Beer Can House in Houston in 2011. It's estimated that more than 50,000 beer cans were used to cover the entire house. Bill Rand/Flickr hide caption

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For The Love Of Beer: How Empty Cans Made A House A Home

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Mild-mannered teacher by day, masked superhero by night, the Burka Avenger fights corruption and oppression, and aims to empower the girls of Pakistan. Unicorn Black Studios hide caption

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Lady In Black: 'Burka Avenger' Fights For Pakistan's Girls

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Do Women Have A Responsibility When Men Misbehave?

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British rockers Led Zeppelin pose in front of their private plane, dubbed "The Starship," in 1973. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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On The Road To Rock Excess: Why The '60s Really Ended In 1973

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It was at the Catskills' Avon Lodge in 1942 that comic and actor Sid Caesar would meet Florence Levy, a kids' counselor, niece of the owner and later Caesar's much-adored wife of nearly seven decades. "I thought he would be just a nice boyfriend for the summer," she told a California newspaper not long before her death in 2010. International Film Circuit hide caption

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Human sexuality researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson Masters, shown in San Francisco in 1972. AP hide caption

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Pioneering 'Masters Of Sex' Brought Science To The Bedroom

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With 'Arrangements' And 'The Rest,' Two Debut Novelists Arrive

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'Life Goes On' For Author Benjamin Alire Saenz

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