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Singer Bob Dylan Finally Gets His Nobel Prize

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Bob Dylan, who announced he would accept in person the Nobel Prize for Literature, was silent after it was announced he would receive the prize. Boris Horvat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bob Dylan speaks onstage at the MusiCares 2015 Person Of The Year Gala in Los Angeles. Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in October, though he has not yet accepted it. The Swedish Academy has announced he plans to do so this weekend in Stockholm. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Chicago Art Institute's Bronze Lions Don Cubs Caps

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Star Wars has devoted fans who dress up like their favorite characters, but now Lucasfilm, the film's parent company, is saying the New York Jedi and Lightsaber Academy went too far. Lucasfilm filed a lawsuit in which it noted that the academy's logos were too similar to the logos used in the film. Mike Coppola/Getty Images hide caption

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Luke Perry Makes The Cover Of AARP

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A Nobel In Literature For Bob Dylan, Whose Words Transcend Form

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Rainy Day Women Ages 55 And Up: Bob Dylan Makes Cover Of AARP Magazine

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Bob Dylan performs onstage during the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards at The Hollywood Palladium on Jan. 12, 2012, in Los Angeles. In his next album, Dylan will "uncover" Frank Sinatra. Christopher Polk/Polk/Getty Images for VH1 hide caption

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A group of Swedish scientists who are fans of Bob Dylan's music made a bet 17 years ago to see who could work more of the folk singer's song lyrics into their scholarly articles. AP hide caption

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Bob Dylan performs at Vieilles Charrues music festival on July 22, 2012, in Carhaix-Plouguer, France. The singer is being sued by a France-based Croat organization for racism. Fred Tanneau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fender Stratocaster that's going on sale next month and may fetch $500,000 because experts say it was played by Bob Dylan when he "went electric" at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Christie's/AP hide caption

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