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A printing press operator and a snail expert? These museum workers have become unlikely TikTok stars.
The Sacramento History Museum and Carnegie Museum of Natural History are making names for themselves on the Gen Z-dominated platform.
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What to watch this weekend: ‘The Nevers’ premieres on HBO
Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11, 2021 | “The People v. The Klan” on CNN
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Gianluigi Colalucci, who gave fresh color to Michelangelo’s frescoes, dies at 91
As chief conservator of the Vatican Museums, he led a 14-year restoration of the Sistine Chapel that revealed Michelangelo’s masterpiece as it had not been seen since the 16th century.
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How ‘The Crown’ shaped a generation’s view of Prince Philip
For many Americans, the Prince Philip they knew best was the character from Netflix's "The Crown."
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‘One of the most influential rappers of all-time’: Fans, hip-hop community remember the ‘legendary’ DMX
Earl Simmons, the rapper known as DMX, died Friday at 50 after suffering a heart attack last week, his family said in a statement.
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DMX, chart-topping rapper with gruff voice and hardscrabble life, dies at 50
His first five albums all reached No. 1 on the Billboard chart. He also starred in action movies and made headlines for his drug use and legal troubles.
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John Boehner on how Congress became ‘Crazytown’
In his memoir, the ex-House speaker offers an unvarnished look at his career and the GOP.
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Eye-opening acts of empathy in the animal kingdom
Belinda Recio explores the unexpected ways animals help one another.
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It took a woman with autism 25 years to find her voice. Now she’s telling her story.
The memoir “I Have Been Buried Under Years of Dust” chronicles one family’s struggles and victories.
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In Cleveland, four men helped bring baseball into the modern age
Bob Feller, Satchel Paige, Larry Doby and Bill Veeck represented integration and commercialization.
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Delving deep into the legacy of Lady Bird Johnson
Wildflowers on the highway got the headlines, but she wielded a quiet influence.
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Excitement, glamour and occasional gunfire: The life of a Pan Am stewardess
Julia Cooke on the restless, ambitious women who personified the jet age.
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For a final collection, RBG picked her favorite arguments and opinions
The selections reflect the late justice’s insight and impact.
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What should a coronavirus memorial look like? This powerful statement on gun violence offers a model.
The pandemic, like other open wounds, must be remembered with an “open” memorial.
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At 63, she enrolled at the university that sold her enslaved ancestors. Now she’s starring in a play about them.
“Here I Am” is Mélisande Short-Colomb’s story, written at Georgetown University and premiering Tuesday.
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Taylor Swift rattled country music when she went pop. But her ‘Fearless’ re-release pays homage to her Nashville roots.
Taylor Swift's re-release of her 2008 album "Fearless" includes collaborations with Maren Morris and Keith Urban, two of country music's biggest stars today.
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How cartoonists are portraying the battle over Georgia’s new voting law
The new legislation has prompted Major League Baseball to move its All-Star Game.
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10 made-for-TV biopics to watch, from the striking ‘Mahalia’ to the viral ‘Wendy Williams’
Whether you like drama or historical accuracy, we've got a celebrity tale for you.
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What to watch on Friday: ‘Thunder Force’ on Netflix
Friday, April 8, 2021 | “Them” premieres on Amazon Prime.
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