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Movie Interviews

It Wasn't Cool To Care In The 'Mid90s' — But Jonah Hill Does

In Hill's directorial debut, a 13-year-old boy from a troubled home finds his tribe through skateboarding. "It really was an ethic and aesthetic for me that I carry with me to this day," Hill says.

Earth Trampique
Mercury Trampique
Vainglory Helios
Isostacy Helios
Between Woodland Epic45

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Early Voting Changes In North Carolina Spark Bipartisan Controversy

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No Sugar No Cream Oddisee
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High Sunset The American Dollar
Everything The American Dollar

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It Wasn't Cool To Care In The 'Mid90s' — But Jonah Hill Does

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Gyöngyhajú Lány Omega
1% of One Stephen Malkmus
Pops LRKR
Morning Rain LRKR
Blue Rose On A Windowsill Slow Meadow
Dust and Disquiet Caspian

"I am frustrated that despite all of our efforts, we haven't been able to identify the cause of this mystery illness," said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. James Leynse/Corbis/Getty Images hide caption

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CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological 'Mystery Illness' In Kids

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Unshield Arms and Sleepers
Hurry Slowly Arms and Sleepers
Stromness Hauschka
Agdam Hauschka
Anomaly: Mvt. VI Glenn Kotche, Kronos Quartet