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  1. A Million People Get a Life -- a Second Life, in a World Like No Other (06-11-3)
  2. Poet Jack Prelutsky: Writing About the Little Things in Life (06-10-27)
  3. 'Nine Parts of Desire': Actress Brings to Life Stories of Iraqi Women (06-10-20)
  4. Books 'for Dummies' Are Popular Learning Aids (06-10-13)
  5. Walks Raise Money, and Hopes, in Fight Against Breast Cancer (06-10-6)
  6. Making Memories for Orphaned Children Around the World (06-9-29)
  7. For Americans, New Passports Hold Memories of the Electronic Kind (06-9-22)
  8. 'Modern Times': Bob Dylan Returns to the Top of the Music World (06-9-15)
  9. Not Satisfied with Video Games on the Market? Design Your Own (06-9-8)
  10. A Music Camp Where Grown-Ups Learn to Play Bluegrass (06-9-1)
  11. 'Grandmother to the Nation' Celebrated in Traveling Art Show (06-8-25)
  12. Across the Land, the Invasion of Flip-Flops Gains More Footing With a Slap-Happy Crowd (06-8-18)
  13. Is the Segway the Answer to City Traffic and Pollution? (06-8-11)
  14. You, Too, Can Be a Star: YouTube Finds Success in a World With Video Cameras Everywhere (06-8-4)
  15. Four Internet Magazines for Young Professionals Connect With Readers Near and Far (06-7-28)
  16. Empowered Women International: An American Group Using Art and Business to Help Women Refugees  (06-7-21)
  17. After Almost 20 Years, Superman Returns to Movie Theaters (06-7-14)
  18. The Story of How a 1907 Painting by Klimt Just Sold for a Record $135 Million (06-7-7)
  19. A Life in Words and Poetry: Poet Laureate Poet Donald Hall (06-6-30)
  20. Getting Their Kicks: Thanks in Part to 'Soccer Moms,' Game Grows in the U.S. (06-6-23)
  21. Recording and Saving the Memories of a Nation: StoryCorps Lets People Hear Real Life in America (06-6-16)
  22. Under P-r-e-s-s-u-r-e: National Spelling Bee Goes Big Time on TV (and a German Word Decides the Winner) (06-6-9)
  23. A Traditional Life: The Amish of Pennsylvania Dutch Country (06-6-2)
  24. Springsteen Sings the Songs of Seeger (06-5-26)
  25. Music Mash-ups | Mashed-up Data | Train Travel in U.S. (06-5-19)
  26. America Remembers Its Space Travelers at the Astronaut Hall of Fame (06-5-12)
  27. A Night Out at the Movies in Washington (06-5-5)
  28. Investigating Crimes the Scientific Way: Secrets of Forensic Medicine (06-4-28)
  29. Is It Reggae? Is It Hip-Hop? Reggaeton From Puerto Rico Is Both (06-4-21)
  30. Population Growth of the United States Leads Industrial Nations (06-4-14)
  31. Native Americans Explore the Life and Art of Their Ancestors (06-4-7)
  32. Not Just a Man's Game: The First Woman in Baseball's Hall of Fame (06-3-31)
  33. The Internet Gets Younger as More Teens Turn to Blogging (06-3-24)
  34. Baseball Hits the Road for the World Baseball Classic; Finals Are in California (06-3-17)
  35. The Golden Gate Bridge: How a 'Mighty Task' Led to One of the World's Most Visited Places (06-3-10)
  36. New Program Will Soon Make It Easier to Travel to U.S. (06-3-3)
  37. Are You Ready for Gyrotonics? (06-2-24)
  38. Figure Skating: Now It Is Little Sister Emily's Turn on Olympic Ice (06-2-17)
  39. Black History Month: Remembering Coretta Scott King (06-2-10)
  40. Steelers, History on Their Side, Face First-Timer Seahawks in Super Bowl (06-2-3)
  41. Geena Davis Is Not Really a President, but She Plays One on TV (06-1-27)
  42. Born of the 9/11 Attacks in New York, a Weekend of World Music (06-1-20)
  43. Lou Rawls: Remembering a Voice 'Soft as Velvet, Strong as Steel' (06-1-13)
  44. R.C. Gorman: Remembering the 'Picasso of American Painters' (06-1-6)
  45. The Best of 2005 in Music, Books and Movies (05-12-30)
  46. Holiday Gifts: So What Have Americans Been Buying This Year? (05-12-23)
  47. When It Ain't Right to Use 'Ain't' in English, and When It Is (05-12-16)
  48. Sam Gilliam: A Painter Who Always Tries Something New (05-12-9)
  49. National Women's Hall of Fame Adds New Members, Including Hillary Clinton (05-12-2)
  50. Country Music: Lee Ann Womack Is the Big Winner at CMA Awards (05-11-25)
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