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PFLAG En Español members celebrate Pride in Los Angeles. PFLAG hide caption

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50 years ago, PFLAG's founder marched with her gay son. How's it keeping up in 2022?

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Jury sides with Johnny Depp in his defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard

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The Katastwóf Karavan is built from a steel frame mounted to lumber running gear with red oak and muslin wall panels, a propane fired boiler, water tank, gas generator and a brass and steel 38-note steam calliope. Robert Shelley/National Gallery of Art hide caption

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A slavery-era instrument is on the National Mall, singing 'songs of liberation'

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Encore: 'Mama's boy' is a flex, not an insult, for a new generation of men

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2022 Pulitzer Prizes in arts and letters go to 'Fat Ham' and 'The Netenyahus'

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'Mama's boy' is a flex, not an insult, for a new generation of men

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The 'Gandalf of pizza' speaks to the spiritual side of comfort food

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Peter Reinhart, master baker and James Beard-award winning author of the new book Pizza Quest: My Never-Ending Search For the Perfect Pizza. Peter Taylor/Andrews McMeel Publishing hide caption

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The 'Gandalf of pizza' speaks to the spiritual side of comfort food

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Amber Heard listens during the trial of a $50 million defamation lawsuit against her by ex-husband Johnny Depp in Fairfax, Va. Brendan Smialowski/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Singer Alicia Keys performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City, a few months after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. George De Sota/Getty Images hide caption

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A young visitor experiences "A Promise Kept" at the Illinois Holocaust Museum. Scott Edwards/Illinois Holocaust Museum hide caption

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Museums turn to immersive tech to preserve the stories of aging Holocaust survivors

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