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Bullet holes are seen in the windows of the cafe 'Bonne Biere' as people stand outside to mourn the victims in Paris, on Sunday, following a series of coordinated terrorist attacks that left 129 people dead and many more wounded. Kenzo Tribouillard /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Attacks Raise Concern Over Islamic State's New Model Of Terror

The terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday could be an early harbinger of a new, more professional kind of terrorist attack leveled against the West.

Song of the Open Road Alex Skolnick Trio
99/09 Alex Skolnick Trio

Miller says it took her a little while to adjust to life as a stand-up comedian. "I like illusion! I like changing costumes," she says --€” but she relishes the role now. Renata Sago hide caption

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The Queen Of Swing Takes Old Age In Stride

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After The Attacks, Activist Reminds: French Muslims Have Been Hurt, Too

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'84 Pontiac Dream Boards of Canada
Dear Prudence Jeff Lorber
Dear Prudence Brad Mehldau

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Attacks Raise Concern Over Islamic State's New Model Of Terror

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Bowling For A Comeback: Cricket Makes Its Bid For The Big Time

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NO BS! Brass Band Transcends The New Orleans Sound

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