Neda Ulaby Neda Ulaby reports on arts, entertainment, and cultural trends for NPR's Arts Desk.

Harvey Weinstein Arrested And Charged With Rape, Posts $1M Bail

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The Mother of Modern Medicine by Kadir Nelson, oil on linen, 2017. Collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift from Kadir Nelson and the JKBN Group LLC. hide caption

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Collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift from Kadir Nelson and the JKBN Group LLC.

Henrietta Lacks' Lasting Impact Detailed In New Portrait

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Bride Lindsey Morgan tries on a popular style on an episode of TLC's Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta. Host Monte Durham stands second from right. Dewey Ortiz/TLC hide caption

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Brides Everywhere Are Saying Yes To The Low-Cut Dress

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The new exhibition Moundverse Infants at Temple Contemporary in Philadelphia centers around artist Trenton Doyle Hancock's toy dolls. Torpedo Man, the superhero of his artistic cosmology, is portrayed on the left. Courtesy of Temple Contemporary hide caption

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An Artist's Alternative Universe And His Warehouse Full Of Dolls

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On The Muppet Show, Miss Piggy was obsessed with Kermit the Frog. But Piggy, her modern incarnation on Disney Junior's Muppet Babies, is BFFs with Summer, a laid back, creative penguin. Disney Junior hide caption

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Sorry, Kermit — In New TV Reboots, The Future Of Friendship Is Female

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Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat's Teenage Years In 'Boom For Real'

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French-Polish director Roman Polanski poses prior to a screening of one of his movies Oct. 30 during a retrospective of his work at the Cinematheque in Paris. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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One reason frozen food sales might be faltering is because of design. "That glass door. It really creates a fence," says food trend analyst Phil Lempert. Hannelore Foerster/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Frozen Food Sales Feel The Heat As Consumers Opt For Fresh

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Building Museum Exhibit Chronicles Scourge Of Evictions, Homelessness

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NPR's Carl Kasell delivers one of his last newscasts during Morning Edition on Dec. 30, 2009 in Washington, D.C. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR Newscaster Carl Kasell Dies At 84, After A Lifelong Career On-Air

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Winners Of 2018 Pulitzer Prizes Announced

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Judy Norsigian, executive director and founder of Our Bodies, Ourselves, speaks behind a copy of the women's health guide at the National Press Club in 2012. Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Feminist Health Guide 'Our Bodies, Ourselves' Will Stop Publishing

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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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