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Rob Delaney Talks About Gratitude, Perspective, Spaceships And A Career With Teeth

Rob Delaney has almost 670,000 Twitter followers. He talks to NPR's Audie Cornish about what that means for his traditional standup career, and whether he cares if you call him a "Twitter comedian."

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Art Beat With Jacob Fenston, Nov. 22

Hitchcock and Ang Lee are celebrated this week — the former is the subject of a new flick, and the latter is putting a new one out himself.

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Mapping Virginia

Our region's early history through a new book featuring the most extensive map collection of Virginia's first 300 years.

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Shaping The City: Washington's Landscapes

Architect and Washington Post columnist Roger K. Lewis returns to discuss how landscapes shape the face of Washington, and the challenge of maintaining them.

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"The Entertainer"

Lyle Talbot's Hollywood career spanned four decades, from near-stardom alongside Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis to roles in Ed Wood's famously terrible B-movies. Margaret Talbot's new book paints a portrait of her father and Tinseltown's golden years in "The Entertainer."

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Winter Reading

Whether you're looking for titles to give to others or for yourself, we've got lots of new releases to check out.

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Alex Danchev: "Cezanne: A Life" (Rebroadcast)

Paul Cezanne is considered one of the world’s greatest artists, but he was 56 years old before he had his first exhibition. A new biography on Cezanne's life and revolutionary paintings.

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Frozen Meals Soothe The Sick And Shut-In

A fresh hot meal is a thing of beauty when you're having a tough go of things, and can literally bring tears to people's eyes. But a full freezer? That's money in the bank. So when it comes to feeding people in need, an extra meal for the freezer can be the best gift of all.

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