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Danke Shoen Wayne Newton With the Newton Brothers
3H Club Rudder
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In My Garage E.s.t.
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Red Wing Preservation Hall Jazz Band & Duke Dejan
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Forest Crunk [Instrumentals] Blockhead
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'Long as You Know You're Living Yours Keith Jarrett
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In The Same Boat: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (from left) leaves Westminster Pier in 1942 with American politicians Harry Hopkins, John Winant and William Bullitt. At right is British Labor Party politician and First Lord of the Admiralty A.V. Alexander. Charles Trusler/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Three Americans In London, Fighting For War

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I'll Be Seeing You Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey et. al.
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The Lesson Victor Wooten
Miami Will Smith
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Jock Jams, Vol. 5
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1979 Semi-finalist The Bad Plus
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Women mourn at a mass grave site Monday in Titanyen, Haiti. Many Haitians, who honor Voodoo death rituals, are upset by the mass burials. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Quake Takes Its Toll On Haiti's Burial Rites

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Placerita Canyon Robert Jacobson
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Keep Your Eyes Open Bill Frisell
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In this Jan. 20 photo, an Iraqi man in Najaf, south of Baghdad, walks past posters for Iraqi lawmaker Dhafir al-Ani, a Sunni politician who had been barred from running in the March 7 parliamentary election because of alleged ties to the Baath Party. The Arabic says, "No return for the Baathists." An Iraqi appeals court Wednesday suspended the ban on hundreds of candidates for suspected ties to Saddam Hussein's regime, allowing them to run in the election. Alaa al-Marjani/AP hide caption

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Iraqi Court Lifts Ban On Hundreds Of Candidates

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Abierto Tommy Guerrero
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A giant squid caught off the coast of Newport Beach, Calif. Humboldt squids weighing up to 60 pounds have invaded the California waters off Newport Beach and are being caught by sport fishermen by the hundreds. Debra Baer/SCPR hide caption

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Giant Squids Lure California Fishing Enthusiasts

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Don't Do It Salvador Santana
Smash Avishai Cohen
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Continuo
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Robert Fidler built this castle near Surrey, England, and kept it hidden behind haystacks for years to take advantage of a loophole in British law. But on Wednesday, a judge ruled that it be demolished. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/AP hide caption

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Is That A Castle You're Hiding Behind That Haystack?

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Castles Made of Sand Gil Evans Orchestra
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