In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, watch a 1957 television interview from NBC. What we know as "historical events" were then known as "news".
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German film director Werner Herzog reads Curious George, adding his own spin to the plot. The result is more believable, yet painfully depressing.
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A Farewell to Victory. With each war since World War II, it gets harder to tell when a war is over, or even to distinguish who won.
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Is there anywhere this all-terrain vehicle can't go? This isn't a vehicle, it's a robot mountain goat!
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Esther Reed wanted to be someone. She ended up being several people, until the police caught up with her.
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What if Shakespearean costumes were designed by an artist who drew superheroes? It happened in 1969, when renowned comic book artist Jack Kirby designed costumes and a poster image for a Cowell College production of Julius Caesar. (via Metafilter)
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6 Curious College Donations. I'm sure they'll take what is offered, no matter... what? A dead elephant?