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Some of the members of the We Have Voice Collective, the authors of a new code of conduct for preventing harassment in performing arts spaces. Front row, seated (left to right): Linda May Han Oh, Jen Shyu, Sara Serpa. Back row, standing (left to right): Imani Uzuri, María Grand, Terri Lyne Carrington, Fay Victor. Jacob Blickenstaff hide caption

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Tim Bergling, better known as the producer and DJ Avicii, onstage during the 22nd Annual KROQ Weenie Roast in California. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc. hide caption

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Jazz Musician Bob Dorough, Best Known For 'Schoolhouse Rock!,' Dies At 94

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Announcing The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest Winner

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South Korea's speaker array, located at a military base near its border with the North. The South Korean Ministry of Defense announced on Monday it would cease propagandistic broadcasts of K-pop and other audio. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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