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Being With People Like You Offers Comfort Against Death's Chill

Iggy Ignatius bet that immigrants from India would long to live with other Indians in his Florida condos. He was right. Psychologists say intimations of mortality make us want to be with our own kind.

Arroyo Erik Truffaz
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Flashlight Bonobo

Larry David hasn't been in a play since the eighth grade, but he's written and stars in a new comedy called Fish in the Dark, directed by Anna D. Shapiro. "I didn't think it was going to get any laughs at all," he says. "The first time we did it, like every laugh was a surprise to me because I was expecting nothing." Joan Marcus/Courtesy of Philip Renaldi Publicity hide caption

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Much To His Chagrin, On Broadway Larry David Has To 'Wait And Talk'

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Flat Panda Dianogah
Jan Lambchop
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Never Mess With Sunday Yppah
Bullfights on Broadway Tommy Guerrero
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Satellite Set To Stream Daily Images Of Earth From Space

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No Rules for Kings Oddisee
Lively Up Yourself Charlie Hunter Quartet
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Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni arrives for a dinner hosted by President Obama last August in Washington. Thinni heads Libya's internationally recognized government, but due to the fighting among rival factions, he is operating from the eastern city of Bayda, hundreds of miles east of the capital, Tripoli. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Libya Today: 2 Governments, Many Militias, Infinite Chaos

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Water in Water Buildings

Rosa Parks, shown in Seattle in 1956, saved postcards from Martin Luther King Jr. and notes about carpooling during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. They're now being cataloged by the Library of Congress. Gil Baker/Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Rosa & Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development hide caption

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After Years In Lockdown, Rosa Parks' Papers Head To Library Of Congress

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Singin' The Blues Allen Toussaint
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Being With People Like You Offers Comfort Against Death's Chill

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Sleepmakeswaves The Obstacle is the Path

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On The Grammy Stage, Collaborations Will Rule

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Bad Bunny Solo De Mi
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Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, speaks at the 2014 World Economic Forum. Reporters and editors in 15 countries will contribute to "What Works," her site's new initiative focused on covering positive news. Ruben Sprich/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Huffington Post Bets People Will Read Good News — And Share It, Too

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Missing Your 'Breaking Bad' Fix? 'Better Call Saul' Will Hit The Spot

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