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Hobbies To Consider For The New Year: Linoleum Block Print Cutting

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Moni Yakim teaches a movement class at Juilliard in May 2019. Claudio Papapietro hide caption

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Moni Yakim Knows How To Move You

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Joan Rivers

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Howard Stern

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Anthony Bourdain

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Columnist David Carr

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Columbia Journalism Review set up a misinformation newsstand in Manhattan in October 2018, in an effort to educate news consumers about the dangers of disinformation in the lead-up to the U.S. midterm elections. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Disinformation' Is The Word Of The Year — And A Sign Of What's To Come

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1924 Copyrighted Works To Become Part Of The Public Domain

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'Chicken Of The Sea' Is So Wacky — Of Course It Was Created By Kids

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