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Tenor Rinde Eckert performs the role of Vietnam veteran Hugh Thompson, Jr. in My Lai. Ryan Hartford/CAP UCLA hide caption

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50 Years After The My Lai Massacre, An Opera Confronts The Past

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Musician Finds Snail Mail Helps Her Connect With Fans

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French Fashion Designer Hubert De Givenchy Dies At 91

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Doshi's design for Bangalore's Indian Institute of Management was inspired by traditional maze-like Indian cities and temples. Courtesy of VSP hide caption

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'Architecture Is A Backdrop For Life,' Says 2018 Pritzker Winner Balkrishna Doshi

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(L-R) James Ivory, Agnes Varda, and Christopher Plummer are all nominated for this year's Academy Awards. Charley Gallay/Valerie Macon/Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images hide caption

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The Oscar Elders: 3 Octogenarians Make Academy Award History

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Rachel Morrison, seen here on set for Mudbound, had her big breakthrough with Fruitvale Station in 2013. Steve Dietl/Netflix hide caption

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'I Can't Believe I Am The First,' Says Oscar-Nominated Female Cinematographer

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In Disney Channel's new original movie-musical ZOMBIES, a high school is integrated with zombie students, including the charismatic Zed (played by Milo Manheim). John Medland/Disney Channel hide caption

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Why The Zombie Craze Still Has Our Undying Affection

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Naomi Parker-Fraley, From Rosie The Riveter Poster, Dies At 96

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Why TSA Officers Are Rooting For 'Get Out'

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Exhibit Featuring 20 Red Punching Bags Opens At LA Art Show

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Matt Damon as Paul Safranek and Jason Sudeikis as Dave Johnson in Downsizing from Paramount Pictures. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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In 'Downsizing,' A New Addition To The Large History Of Tiny People In Film

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Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell starred in the 1940 farce His Girl Friday, where a newspaper editor tries to win back his ex-wife, an ace reporter. Columbia Picture/Archive Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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In A Crisis Of Sexual Harassment, Whither The Office Romance?

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This weekend, hundreds of people, ranging from Philadelphia Orchestra musicians to school kids, will play broken instruments owned by the Philadelphia public school system in hopes of getting them fixed. Neda Ulaby/NPR hide caption

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The Healing Sound Of A Broken Orchestra

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