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In Pakistan, Political Oratory Is Flourishing
Great political speech-making is dying out, thanks to the sound bite and the Tweet. But oratory's essential for anyone vying for votes in Pakistan.
Scrawny Tree Gets Charlie Brown Treatment
The tall but sparse tree in Reading, Pa., got a lot of complaints. The city decided to keep the tree but decorate it with a single red bulb.
Squirrels Interfere With Cincinnati Zoo's Light Display
The zoo is holding its annual festival of lights event, and large patches of the park keep plunging into darkness. Squirrels are chewing through the light strands — hot sauce hasn't kept them away.
Marty Stuart: Keeper Of Country Music's Cowboy Couture
Out of love and necessity, Stuart has become a country-music historian. "People were throwing things away," he says. "I just took it as a family matter."
Beware The 'Babadook,' The Monster Of Your Own Making
The monsters of repression are what terrorize a mother and her son in this independent, Australian, horror movie. "I wanted it to look more low-fi and more handmade," says director Jennifer Kent.
For A Century, Thanksgiving's Must-Haves Were Celery And Olives
Ari Shapiro speaks with Boston Globe editor Hilary Sargent on the use of celery and olives as popular meal items during Thanksgivings of the past and their eventual fade from popularity.
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