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Between Us Lafayette Gilchrist
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In Catfish, Nev Schulman creates an image of himself and his virtual romantic interest, Megan, together and names it "Someday." Courtesy of Rogue hide caption

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'Catfish' Creators Catch Digital Life In Action

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MUSIC FOR A FOUND HARMONIUM PATRICK STREET

As a boy, Robert Plant marveled at the voices of Smokey Robinson and James Brown on the radio. Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Plant: Born In England; Made In America

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Immigrant Song 7 Come 11
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Black Dog Various Artists
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String Quartet Tribute to Led Zeppelin, Vol. 2
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Various Artists

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Elderly Japanese exercise on the grounds of a temple in Tokyo in celebration of Japan's Respect for the Aged Day on Sept. 21, 2009. Japan prides itself on the world's longest life expectancy but is struggling with a disturbing footnote to that statistic -- revelations that hundreds of thousands of people listed as its oldest citizens are either long dead or haven't been heard from for decades. Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tracking Down Japan's Missing Centenarians

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Dinah Thelonious Monk

The DREAM Act has been talked about for more than a decade. At this 2004 rally in Washington, D.C., supporters held a mock graduation ceremony. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A Piece Of Immigration Debate Returns To Senate

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Dedication to Pete Johnson Memphis Slim
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Classic Piano Blues from Smithsonian Folkways
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Memphis Slim

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Part 3: Discovery and Dance Jeffery Cashen
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MUSIC FOR A FOUND HARMONIUM PATRICK STREET

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki speaks during a joint news conference Aug. 8 in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil. Maliki has the backing of both Washington and Tehran to hold on to his job, six months after an election in which his party narrowly lost. Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Gaita Jesse Cook
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Rumba Foundation
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Troubled Sleep Matt Flinner
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Walking on the Moon
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Rock Paper Scissors Matt Flinner
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Latitude
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ZYDECO SHUFFLE SONNY LANDRETH

'Star' Turn: Friday Night Lights veteran Adrianne Palicki goes from smalltown to downtown with her role in the new TV drama Lone Star. Monkey See blogger Linda Holmes says it's the best new show on broadcast. Fox hide caption

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'Friday Night' Favorite Adrianne Palicki, Dressing Up Her Act A Little In 'Lone Star'

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