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'Chicks With Guns': A Picture Of Gun-Toting Women

More than 15 million women in the U.S. are gun owners, and 78 of them are in a new photo book. Photographer Lindsay McCrum says guns play a big part in some women's lives, but for very different reasons.
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Singer-Songwriter Rosanne Cash Plays Not My Job

We've invited Rosanne Cash to answer three questions about another famous Roseanne — Roseanne Barr — who famously butchered the National Anthem at a San Diego Padres game in 1990.
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Actor Henry Winkler Plays Not My Job

For kids in the 1970s, The Fonz was the epitome of cool. Henry Winkler played the '50s greaser on Happy Days, who got all the girls and made vending machines spit out free sodas with his fist. We've invited "Fonzie" to answer three questions about Ponzi schemes.
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Primatologist Jane Goodall Plays Not My Job

When she was in her 20s, Jane Goodall left her home in England to live among chimpanzees in the jungle. Some people thought it was crazy; we think it's crazy she decided to come back to live with humans. We've invited Goodall to answer three questions about Nicolas Cage.
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Actor Jason Bateman Plays Not My Job

The former child star answers three questions about the only thing cuter than child actors — animal actors. A quiz about Cheeta, the chimp in the Tarzan movies.
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'Style Rookie' Tavi Gevinson Plays Not My Job

Teen fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson is an expert in all the things people of her generation love — fashion, pop culture, irony, living off their parents. We ask her three questions about the tastes of the elderly.
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After NBA And Jazz, Wayman Tisdale's Story Cut Short

Wayman Tisdale was that rare human being: a great athlete who had a great second act. The former pro basketball player became a jazz bassist, yet his life ended in tragedy at the age of 44. Host Scott Simon Speaks with Brian Schodorf about his new documentary The Wayman Tisdale Story.
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'Unconquered' Explores An Isolated Amazon Tribe

In his book The Unconquered, journalist Scott Wallace goes deep into the Amazon rain forest to learn about a group that has never come into contact with modern civilization.
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Black Market Value: Three Criminally Good Reads

Crime might not pay, but it does deliver in the world of fiction. Author Tony D'Souza recommends three of his favorite books about illicit activities. They'll have you contemplating a life of misdeeds and malfeasance.
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In Glorious Black And White, An 'Artist' Falls Silent

In 1927 Hollywood, a silent-film icon (Jean Dujardin) is about to face a challenge with the arrival of talkies — while a young extra (Berenice Bejo) stands on the verge of stardom. (Recommended)

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