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Fresh Air Weekend: Anjelica Huston, 'Nebraska' And Turkey Tips

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A London Cabbie's Guide To Lit Gifts

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Billy Crystal has hosted the Academy Awards more times than anyone except Bob Hope. "I love doing it because I love the danger of it," Crystal says. "You have to come through and think on your feet." Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Billy Crystal Finds Fun In Growing Old (But Still Can't Find His Keys)

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In Memoir, Linda Ronstadt Describes Her 'Simple Dreams'

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Reflections On A Bond Forged Through Storytelling

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Saving Yourself From Thanksgiving T.M.I.

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End-Of-Life Conversations Not Easy, But Necessary

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Secretary Of Labor Says Raising Minimum Wage Will Grow Economy

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Meet Mensch On A Bench, Jewish Counterpart To Elf On The Shelf

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Las Vegas, long known for its gambling-fueled revenue model, took a big hit in the financial crisis. The city is now trying to remake itself as more than a one-economy town. Darrin Bush/AP/Las Vegas News Bureau hide caption

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The True Lives Of Fake Hitmen, Remaking Las Vegas, Johnnie Walker

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'Junkyard,' 'Great Beauty,' 'Narco Cultura,' Key And Peele

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Botched Investigation Fuels Kennedy Conspiracy Theories

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Three food magazines featured a pumpkin pie finished with a bruleed top for Thanksgiving this year, according to The Bitten Word. Courtesy of TheBittenWord.com hide caption

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What's Trending In Food Magazines? Thanksgiving Classics

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Actor Hill Harper On His Life-Changing 'Letters' From An Inmate

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California-based magazine FSHN ran an Iran photo shoot in its 2013 couture issue. FSHN Magazine hide caption

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In The Streets Of Iran, A Fashion Shoot Bursting With Color

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