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Zaha Hadid stands before the Riverside Museum, her first major public commission in the U.K., in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2011. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Hadid on Fresh Air (2004)

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Writer Jim Harrison set his stories in the American wilderness. "I like outside better than inside," he said. Raphael Gaillarde/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images hide caption

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Jim Harrison, 'Legends Of The Fall' Author, Dies At 78

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Rapper Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest performs at H2O Music Festival at Los Angeles Historical Park on Aug. 17, 2013. Chelsea Lauren/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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Phife Dawg, A Founding Member Of A Tribe Called Quest, Dies At 45

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Remembering Natalie Cole, Who Made A Name All Her Own

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Remembering Al Bendich, Fierce Defender Of Free Speech

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A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

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Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee at the 1989 Cannes Festival for the showing of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing. Courtesy of David Lee/All Rights Reserved hide caption

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Ruby Dee: An Actress Who Marched On Washington And Onto The Screen

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Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon documented his mother's final days to his more than 1.2 million Twitter followers. Stephen Voss/NPR hide caption

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