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Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman in Mike Mills' film C'mon C'mon. A24 hide caption

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Capitol Hill Books owner recorded album 'Death of the Novel' in the bookstore

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Almost a year after Jan. 6, two journalists release their book 'The Steal'

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Rachel Zegler as Maria in 20th Century Studios' West Side Story. Photo by Niko Tavernise/© 2020 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. hide caption

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'West Side Story' stars Ariana DeBose and Rachel Zegler defend their remake

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The classic 'West Side Story' is being remade for the screen

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An interview 21 months delayed: Patti LuPone talks 'Company' back on Broadway

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Television journalist Katie Couric's new memoir, Going There, is a behind-the-scenes look at her personal life and professional strife in the years she anchored top morning news shows. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/Little, Brown and Company hide caption

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Katie Couric goes behind the scenes in the cutthroat world of morning TV news

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The Washington State Department of Agriculture team tracked the Asian giant hornet for about an hour earlier this month, before losing her signal in a forest. Courtesy of the Washington State Department of Agriculture hide caption

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Foiled Again: Murder Hornet Eludes Washington State Scientists

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When it comes to text messaging, at least for younger adults, periods do more than just end a sentence. They also can set a tone. Patrick Pleul/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Are Your Texts Passive-Aggressive? The Answer May Lie In Your Punctuation

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and members of the hip-hop group Freestyle Love Supreme perform at the Greenwich House Theater. Bryant Fisher/Hulu hide caption

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'We Are Freestyle Love Supreme' Is An Accidental 'Hamilton' Cast Origin Story

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Jazz Trumpeter Jack Sheldon Dies At 88

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The new year is a great time to break old habits and start new ones. This year, NPR's All Things Considered is trying to get our listeners interested in new hobbies and we need your help. Prakash Mathema/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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