Trey Graham Trey Graham edits arts and entertainment content for NPR's Digital Media division, where among other things he's helped develop online-exclusive content including the Monkey See pop-culture blog and NPR's expanded Web-only movies coverage.
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Sandy Fonzo confronts Judge Mark A. Chiavarella on the courthouse steps after he was convicted in the "Kids for Cash" scandal in 2011. Fonzo's son, who eventually committed suicide, was among thousands Chiavarella had sent to a juvenile detention facility from which he'd received a "finder's fee." SenArt Films hide caption

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Mark Ruffalo and Gwyneth Paltrow star in Thanks for Sharing, a heartfelt if overstuffed take on addiction and recovery. Anne Joyce/Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Christina Bianco performs with some regularity at Jim Caruso's Cast Party and 54 Below's Backstage open-mic night in New York City. She's currently in the cast of Newsical the Musical, the current-events lampoon running at Theatre Row. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dear Guy Pearce: The Jack Irish stubble is working, though we're not feeling the giant butterfly art. We assume it's in a hoodlum's house, not Jack's, but we'll be watching this weekend just to confirm. Lachlan Moore/Acorn TV hide caption

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Guy Pearce, We Are Pleased To Find You Looking Vaguely Disreputable In 'Jack Irish'

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Turbo, center, is the hero of an unlikely adventure involving six or seven talking mollusks, a similar number of humans willing to gamble large sums of money on them, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And they say Hollywood doesn't have any new ideas. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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Take It Or Leave It: The legalese you accept when you use Facebook or iTunes (or NPR's digital platforms) may have you agreeing to some surprising things. Cullen Hoback's documentary Terms and Conditions May Apply illustrates just how many — and just how much control we've obligingly signed away. Variance Films hide caption

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When you need to illustrate a story about proliferating social-media platforms, it's good to know that an enterprising stock photographer has probably thought about it already. Anatoliy Babiy/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Teens Find The Right Tools For Their Social-Media Jobs

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Keira Knightley is Anna Karenina, whose life as a respectable wife and mother is shattered when passion flares between her and the charismatic cavalry officer Count Vronsky. Laurie Sparham/Focus Features hide caption

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Listen To Pop Culture Happy Hour

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Listen To Pop Culture Happy Hour

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