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Plus-Sized Fashionista Dancin' To The Music

Lisa Dolan, owner of plus-sized clothing store Lee Lee's Valise tells listeners what music inspires her in Tell Me More's 'In Your Ear' segment. Dolan was star of the TLC reality program Big Brooklyn Style.
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Alec Baldwin: A 'Rock' Throughout The Ages

The star of 30 Rock has two films out this summer. He plays a club owner in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Rock of Ages. And he travels to Italy with an ensemble cast for Woody Allen's To Rome with Love.
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Norman Lear: 'Just Another Version Of You'

Legendary TV producer Norman Lear learned he was different at an early age. Since then, he's made iconic TV shows, such as All in the Family and The Jeffersons, that help us laugh and see how we're all similar.
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Two Found Dead In Hotel Just Before Daytime Emmys

It's the same hotel where Whitney Houston was found dead in her bathtub just hours before the pre-Grammy party she was to attend in the downstairs ballroom.
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Louis C.K. On Comedy, Love, Life And Loss

The comedian reflects on his award-winning TV series, his relationship with other comedians and his USO appearances.
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Sorkin's 'Newsroom' Weaves In Real Top Stories

Renee Montagne talks to Aaron Sorkin, creator of the new HBO show about cable news called The Newsroom. it depicts a newsroom filled with idealistic types. Some critics have panned it as overly earnest.
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'The Newsroom' Caught Up In A Partisan Divide

Aaron Sorkin's new HBO series follows the inner workings of a cable news show that sets out to challenge our hyperpartisan, 24/7 news culture. But critic John Powers says Sorkin has created a show that replicates much of what it thinks it's opposing.

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