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Ray Bradbury: Finding Our Reflections Where We Didn't Expect Them

Peter Sagal remembers Ray Bradbury as one of the writers who wrote the stories of his science-fiction childhood. He notes that the author was always showing us "our reflections in very strange places."
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The Curious Life Of Futurist Author Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury has died at the age of 91. He wrote such classics as The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451. Futuristic tales from a man who never used a computer, or even drove a car.
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'Fahrenheit 451' Author Ray Bradbury Dies At 91

The science fiction icon, who also wrote such classics as The Martian Chronicles and Something Wicked This Way Comes, died Tuesday. Bradbury was known for his futuristic tales — but he never used a computer, or even drove a car.
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Brit Wit Meets Manor Mystery In 'Uninvited Guests'

A dark and stormy night, an isolated manor house and a knock at the door all play a part in Sadie Jones' delicious romp of a novel. Set in Edwardian England, it tracks a noble but cash-strapped family whose lavish dinner plans go awry when they're asked to shelter a crowd of refugees.
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Ray Bradbury, Author Of 'Fahrenheit 451' And Other Classics, Dies

Bradbury, 91, died in Los Angeles, his family and biographer say.
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Muppet's Elmo Campaigns To Carry Olympic Torch

Eight thousand people will carry the Olympic Torch before it reaches London to open the summer games. Elmo hopes to become the first monster to carry the torch.
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Art Beat With Sean Rameswaram, June 6

George Bellows, prints from China, and a concert for a cause.

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Home Video Picks: 'The Sting'

Bob Mondello recommends the new Blu-ray release of the con-man comedy The Sting.

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