The Strange History of the Die Hard Movies. No one knew there would eventually be five films, and each one has a production story.
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A single father sought tips from a cosmetology school on how to style his daughter's hair. A couple of years later, he is a hair artist, and his daughter has many Christmas styles to show off.
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Dramatizing Transience: How TV Reflects Our Shifting Concept of “Home.” We are no longer tethered to a place, or a time slot, or a network.
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AfterShock: Year One in the Life of a Comic Book Startup. A publishing company founded by writers turns out to be good to writers.
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Spy Satellites Show The Himalayas’ Changing Glaciers. Declassified data gives us forty years to line up and compare.
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What Happened to Dorothy's Ruby Slippers? There were several pairs made for The Wizard of Oz, and the pair at the Smithsonian are mismatched.
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There's a huge problem with how we judge rape cases. The concept of "reasonable doubt" leads to acquittals, repeat offenders, and reduced trust in victims.
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Contrary, Lazy, or Subversive (but Funny) Christmas Decorations. When you have some lights, but refuse to be merry.