Elizabeth Blair Elizabeth Blair is a Peabody Award winning, Senior Producer/Reporter on the Arts Desk of NPR News.

Revisiting The Stories Told In Murrow's 'Harvest of Shame'

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4 Comic Albums And Audiobooks To Lighten Up Your Holiday Road Trip

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"The guy" (Ben Sinclair, left) delivers pot to two clients played by Tanisha Long and William Jackson Harper. Courtesy of Janky Clown Productions hide caption

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Despite The Dope, 'High Maintenance' Is About More Than Potheads

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Whether Green With Envy Or Tickled Pink, We Live In A Color-Coded World

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'Grand Bargain' Will Help Save Detroit — And Its Art

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The Challenge Of 'Big Hero 6': How To Make A Huggable Robot

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Sotheby's Has Record Auction With Works By Giacometti, Van Gogh

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At 83, Dancer Carmen De Lavallade Looks Back At A Life Spent Onstage

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Actress Elizabeth Peña arrives at the Hollywood premiere of Nothing Like the Holidays in 2008. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Overture Films hide caption

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Elizabeth Peña Remembered As An Actress With Range

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Actor Denzel Washington (center) is flanked by Jihmi Kennedy (left) and Morgan Freeman in the 1989 film Glory, a turning point in Hollywood's representations of the Civil War. AP hide caption

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From VMI To James Island, Hollywood Battles To Get The Civil War Right

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Young Mike (Joseph Carlson) antagonizes Mike (Michael Patrick Thornton) during a physical therapy session with Jerry (James Whalen). Stan Barouh/Olney Theatre Center hide caption

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Play, Ball: A Theatrical Look At The 'Beauty And Brutality' Of Football

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Tony Award Winner Geoffrey Holder Dies At 84

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Landis works on a "Picasso" at his home. His materials — including magic markers and frames from Wal-Mart — are not those of a "proper" forger, says filmmaker Sam Cullman. Sam Cullman/Courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories hide caption

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'Art & Craft' Explores How One Forger Duped More Than 45 Museums

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The Fine Art Of Pricing Detroit's Collection

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Deaccessioning — the permanent removal of an object from a museum's collection — has been a big issue in Detroit. When the city declared bankruptcy, it had to put all of its assets on the table. Turns out, the most valuable asset was the art collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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As Museums Try To Make Ends Meet, 'Deaccession' Is The Art World's Dirty Word

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