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How To Introduce Kids To Tough Topics? Art And TV Can Help

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Listen To Pop Culture Happy Hour

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George Clooney On Acting, Fame, And Putting Down Your Cellphone Camera

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Mummy Issues: Exhibition designers at the Penn Museum had to scramble to come up with a solution when bureaucratic issues botched a planned opening. The temporary fix? Papier-mache stand-ins for some of the world's most famous mummies. Penn Museum hide caption

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With China Treasures Under Wraps, Pa. Museum Takes 'Dummy Mummy' Route

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A Parade, Restored: A Maurice Sendak Mural Goes From Bedroom To Gallery

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Steve Martin, seen here at an American Museum of Natural History event in November, has had an ugly experience at New York's 92nd Street Y. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images hide caption

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