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Saturday

Arkansas's new statues at the U.S. Capitol are of Daisy Bates and Johnny Cash

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Saturday

Washington, D.C.'s cherry trees will be removed after this season's festival

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Saturday

The Chess Project updates the sound of a legendary blues label

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Sunday

A trio of dogs were part of a recent performance by the Danish Chamber Orchestra

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Sunday

Georgia's famous peanut statue has been rebuilt after the hurricane

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Sunday

Saturday

Democrats are trying to win over the traditionally red state of North Carolina

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Sunday

How needle drops have created some of the most iconic movie moments

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Thursday

Joaquin Phoenix stars in the A24 film Beau Is Afraid. Takashi Seida/A24 Films hide caption

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Sunday

Indie rock musician Indigo De Souza on her latest album 'All of This Will End'

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Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof on creating the Peacock series 'Mrs. Davis'

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Sunday

Meet the sisters who drew inspiration from the '90s for two new American Girl dolls

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Sunday

James Alexander of the Bar-Kays on 50 years of the concert documentary 'Wattstax'

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Friday

Steve Lacy performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring in Maryland on Oct. 15, 2022. Kyle Gustafson/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Paul Dano, Mateo Zoryan Francis-DeFord, and Michelle Williams in a scene from The Fabelmans. Merie Weismiller Wallace/Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment hide caption

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Sunday

Composer Jeanine Tesori on the new Broadway musical 'Kimberly Akimbo'

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Saturday

New wave icons The B-52s are on the road for their last tour

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Sunday

Groundbreaking garage rock compilation 'Nuggets' turns 50

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Saturday

Elena Kagan, when she was U.S. solicitor general, argues a case before the Supreme Court in 2009, in a drawing by Art Lien, who recently retired after nearly a half-century sketching the Supreme Court. The following year, Kagan was confirmed as a Supreme Court justice. Art Lien hide caption

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A Supreme Court artist retires after 45 years documenting judicial history up close

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Sunday

The internet's new favorite video game is about playing the trombone

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Saturday

Celebrating the legacy of Peruvian singer Yma Sumac

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Saturday

Pay a dollar, grab a burlap sack and scooch down Detroit's slide of pain

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Saturday

The Italian beef sandwich at Halsted's Chicago Style Street Food in Portland, Maine, on Sept. 20, 2020. Brianna Soukup/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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How Chicago came to love the Italian beef sandwich

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