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Free diver Mandy-Rae Cruikshank swims with dolphins — and plants the hidden cameras that will help record their fate — in Louie Psihoyos' documentary The Cove. Oceanic Preservation Society hide caption

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A Date With Dolphins, And Death, In 'The Cove'

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A Date With Dolphins, And Death, In 'The Cove'

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DJ Cassidy says he started spinning records when he was 10 years old. Now he has gigs with artists, celebrities — and the U.S. president. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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DJ Cassidy: Spinning For The President

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