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Brazil fans on Copacabana Beach were subdued during the third-place game against the Netherlands on Saturday. The national team gave them little to cheer about. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Brazil Regain Soccer Glory With Beauty Over Brawn?

The World Cup ends Sunday with the Germany-Argentina match. Brazil finished its run in the tournament Saturday after two consecutive losses that have set off some national soccer soul-searching.

Brazil fans on Copacabana Beach were subdued during the third-place game against the Netherlands on Saturday. The national team gave them little to cheer about. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Brazil Regain Soccer Glory With Beauty Over Brawn?

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New Orleans pianist Henry Butler (left) and arranger and trumpeter Steven Bernstein will release their collaborative record, Viper's Drag, in the U.S. on July 15. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The New Thing In Jazz, Revisited

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Palestinian families travel to a United Nations school to seek shelter after evacuating their homes near the Israel-Gaza border Sunday. Israel has been warning residents to leave. Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Palestinians Seek Shelter At Supply-Strapped U.N. Schools

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Retired U.K. soccer player Jason Roberts, seen here in 2012 playing for Reading, says he's experienced racism in the sport since his teens. Scott Heavey/Getty Images hide caption

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Soccer's Racism Problem In Need Of Follow-Through

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Tommy Ramone, the original drummer for the Ramones, died Friday at the age of 65. Ian Dickson/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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'Without Tommy, There's No Ramones'

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Richard Reed Parry is best known as a core member of Arcade Fire. His classical solo album, Music For Heart And Breath, comes out July 15. Guillaume Simoneau/Deutsche Grammophon hide caption

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Richard Reed Parry Turns Musicians Into Metronomes

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