Number Of Female Directors Is On The Decline, Study Says

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The puffy taco with beef from Rays Drive-In in San Antonio is a standout for Sutter, but the year has just begun. San Antonio Express-News hide caption

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This Food Critic Will Take The Taco. Again. And Again. And Again.

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Sky Arts Pulls Michael Jackson Episode of 'Urban Myths" Featuring Joseph Fiennes

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Female Wrestlers Are Unlikely Heroines Of Bollywood's Biggest Smash

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The police force for protection of Italy's cultural heritage is headquartered in Rome's Piazza Sant'Ignazio. Sylvia Poggioli/NPR hide caption

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For Italy's Art Police, An Ongoing Fight Against Pillage Of Priceless Works

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In 'Nicotine,' A Longtime Smoker Confronts His Old Habit

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Khoshaba Jaber, an Assyrian living in West London, plays a tambura, a traditional instrument known as the "mother of strings," after singing an epic poem he learned in his boyhood village in northern Iraq. Alice Fordham/NPR hide caption

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In England, An Effort To Preserve Ancient, Epic Assyrian Poetry

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Melania Trump wore a white, one-shouldered Ralph Lauren jumpsuit to her husband's election night rally. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Clothes Don't Make A First Lady, But They Can Make A Statement

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Cuban-Americans Take Spotlight In Netflix Reboot Of 'One Day At A Time'

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Docents on the America InSight tours guide visitors through the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Raquel Zaldivar/NPR hide caption

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Blind Art Lovers Make The Most Of Museum Visits With 'InSight' Tours

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Getty Foundation Project Weaves U.S. Latino Art With Latin American Art

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Dreamworks' Movie 'Captain Underpants' Comes Out In 2017

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The Sackler Gallery's Ming dynasty dish dates back to 1430 China. Charles Lang Freer Endowment and Friends of the Freer and Sackler Galleries/Courtesy of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery hide caption

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See Red In A New Light: Imperial China Meets Mark Rothko In D.C. Exhibition

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How Pablo Picasso And Diego Rivera Influenced Each Other

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Struth photographed Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2011. "They were actually quite nice together," he says of the experience. (Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh, Windsor Castle 2011) Thomas Struth/Promised Gift to the National Gallery of Art from the Collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker hide caption

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Photography Writ Large: The Monumental Art Of Thomas Struth

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Levison Wood walked 1,700 miles, from Afghanistan to Bhutan, along the Himalayan Mountain range. He says that seeing Everest, the highest mountain in the world, was "just magical." Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Adventurer Says 'Walking The Himalayas' Wasn't About 'Sticking Flags In Peaks'

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William Finnegan surfs Cloudbreak, off the island of Tavarua in Fiji, in 2005. Scott Winer hide caption

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A Lifelong Surfer Explains Why There's No Such Thing As A 'Perfect' Wave

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Caillebotte's 1875 painting The Floor Scrapers was rejected by the elite Salon, but it was the work that launched his career. RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resour/Courtesy National Gallery of Art hide caption

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Known As A Collector, Gustave Caillebotte Gets His Due As A Painter

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Irrational Man is a Hitchcock-style mystery wrapped in a Woody Allen romance. Sabrina Lantos /Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Sleuthing With Offbeat Variations In 'Irrational Man' And 'Mr. Holmes'

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Ritchy Issac (left) and Myles Linton (right) consider themselves part of sneaker culture, the subject of an exhibit now on display at the Brooklyn Museum. Ilya Marritz/WNYC hide caption

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New Exhibit Laces Together Sneakers And History

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