Best Of: Ta-Nehisi Coates / Tegan And Sara Coates won a National Book Award in 2015 for 'Between the World and Me.' His debut novel, 'The Water Dancer,' is set in slave times and re-imagines the Underground Railroad's leaders as having a magical power to teleport people out of slavery.

Also, Justin Chang reviews 'Judy,' the new Judy Garland biopic starring Renée Zellweger.

And music duo Tegan and Sara revisit their teen years and early music in a new memoir, 'High School,' and companion album, 'Hey, I'm Just Like You.' They talk about figuring out their sexuality and the difficultly of being twins.
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Best Of: Ta-Nehisi Coates / Tegan And Sara

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Best Of: Ta-Nehisi Coates / Tegan And Sara

Best Of: Ta-Nehisi Coates / Tegan And Sara

Best Of: Ta-Nehisi Coates / Tegan And Sara

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Coates won a National Book Award in 2015 for 'Between the World and Me.' His debut novel, 'The Water Dancer,' is set in slave times and re-imagines the Underground Railroad's leaders as having a magical power to teleport people out of slavery.

Also, Justin Chang reviews 'Judy,' the new Judy Garland biopic starring Renée Zellweger.

And music duo Tegan and Sara revisit their teen years and early music in a new memoir, 'High School,' and companion album, 'Hey, I'm Just Like You.' They talk about figuring out their sexuality and the difficultly of being twins.