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Tupac Reanimated At Coachella Music Festival

At the Coachella music festival last weekend, bands like the Black Keys and Radiohead were upstaged by a bit of special effects. During the Snoop Dog and Doctor Dre performance, a hologram of the long-deceased rapper Tupac Shakur appeared on stage, talking to the crowd, posing, and rapping. Host Audie Cornish talks with James Montgomery, Senior Editor and Rock Correspondent for MTV News about the show.
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'Halt And Catch Fire' Explores What It Was Like For Women In '80s Tech

Mackenzie Davis, lead actress in the AMC show, says she's more interested in the story of an underdog woman than of a "damaged, white, middle-class male figuring out his dreams."
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To Help Fight World Hunger, You Can Overeat At José Andrés' 'Dine-N-Dash'

On June 9, 17 restaurants in Penn Quarter will take part in the Dine-N-Dash, an event to help José Andrés' nonprofit World Central Kitchen fight hunger across the globe.
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5 Things You Should Know About Martin O'Malley

His announcement is quintessentially Baltimore with a venue well known to area residents and the addition of a well-known local group, the Kelly Bell Band, booked as entertainment.
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New Season Of 'Halt And Catch Fire' Is A Welcomed Upgrade

AMC's show Halt and Catch Fire chronicles the dawn of the PC-era at a time when companies like Texas Instruments dominated the Silicon Prairie. The second season debuts Sunday.

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