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Ugandans take part in an anti-gay demonstration in Kampala in February. Trevor Snapp/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Church Lends Help To Anti-Gay Ugandan Pastor

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Risk Guitar Tulsa Drone
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Don't Blame Me Stéphane Grappelli, Louie Bellson et. al.
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A burqa-clad Afghan woman carries a child through the old town area of Kabul last month. Afghan women worry that peace talks with the Taliban might result in a loss of rights they had slowly regained after the militants' harsh and restrictive rule. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Peace In Afghanistan At What Cost To Its Women?

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Astronaut Love Triangle Charlie Hunter Trio
The Lesson Victor Wooten

American cyclist Lance Armstrong (center) was among the leaders at the start of the ninth stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday in Morzine-Avoriaz, France. But in 31st place overall, he has lost any chance of victory. Bas Czerwinski/AP hide caption

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Fans Unfazed By New Armstrong Doping Allegations

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Lovalot M.I.A.
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Neph Trombone Shorty

In Charenton, the Marquis de Sade directs a play-within-a-play about the French Revolution, performed by inmates of the Charenton Asylum, including Antonieta, a young baker fixated on Marie Antoinette; Napoleoncito, a young actor fixated on Napoleon; and Juana, a girl who believes she is Joan of Arc. Diana Taylor/Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics hide caption

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Cuban Theater Troupe Makes U.S. Debut

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Mambo Cachao
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Calabazar de Sagua Gnawledge
But I Like the Message John Scofield
Blue & Green Sea of Cortez
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Blue Jean Dave Holland & Dave Holland Octet
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Pathways
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Red Dust Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
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Elm Street Lanterna
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Variation d'Apollon The Bad Plus
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Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers performs for a Live Nation event last month to promote the company's No Service Fee June. Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images hide caption

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Live Nation Stumbles Over Summer Concert Sales

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We Can Change the World (Reprise) Nile Nash
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Blue Nile Mulatu Astatke/The Heliocentrics
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