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At The BBC, The Beatles Shocked An Institution

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Thanksgiving Dinner Deja Vu? Try French Food This Year

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An Inside Look That Strips The Face Paint Off The NFL

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Even On The Water, Class Remains In Session

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In a new memoir, Anjelica Huston recounts her childhood in Ireland, her teen years in London and her coming of age in New York. Robert Fleischauer/Courtesy of Scribner hide caption

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Anjelica Huston Tells Her 'Story' Of Growing Up With A Director Dad

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President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, are greeted by an enthusiastic crowd upon their arrival at Dallas Love Field on Nov. 22, 1963. AP hide caption

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50 Years After Assassination, Kennedy Books Offer New Analysis

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Dave Eggers is the author of What is the What, Zeitoun and, most recently, The Circle. Tina Fineberg/AP hide caption

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'McSweeney's': Quirky Quarterly To Publishing Powerhouse

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Author Doris Lessing died Sunday at the age of 94. Lessing won the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature for a life's work which included around 40 books and collections of essays and memoirs. Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Writer Doris Lessing Didn't Want To Be Remembered

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A 'Marriage', A Divorce, A Dying Dog And Essays Done Right

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Christmas Lights Make Slippers In Global 'Junkyard' Economy

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Even When It Hurts 'ALOT,' Brosh Faces Life With Plenty Of 'Hyperbole'

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