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Visitors line up to pay their respects at the gravesite of Sen. Edward Kennedy, a day after his burial in Arlington National Cemetery. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Visitors Line Up To Pay Respects At Kennedy Grave

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Strange interlude: Daniel Breaker plays Youth, the adolescent version of narrator Stew (in background) in Spike Lee's sizzling film version of Stew's semiautobiographical Broadway musical Passing Strange. David Lee/Sundance hide caption

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Wondrous 'Strange': Spike Lee Makes A Musical

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