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Paul Greenberg, pictured here with his daughter Tanya, has been fishing striped bass since childhood. He frequently writes about fish for The New York Times. Courtesy of Paul Greenberg hide caption

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Paul Greenberg: The Future Of 'Wild Fish'

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Tattooed Vigilante: Noomi Rapace returns as Lisbeth Salander, a gifted hacker on the run from the law in The Girl Who Played with Fire. Music Box Films hide caption

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Two Ladies: Are You Team Bella, Or Team Lisbeth?

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From left to right, Billy "Bud" Cowsill, Barry Muir, Jeffrey Hatcher and J.B. Johnson make up the Canadian band The Blue Shadows. Bumstead Productions Ltd. hide caption

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Seventeen Years Later, The Blue Shadows Reach U.S.

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