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Joan Baez on the need for protest music


For more than 50 years Joan Baez has been an icon of the folk-music revolution and a global activist.  Shortly before her induction last night into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Anthony Mason spoke with Baez about the honor. “How does it feel to be in the Rock …

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Five easy recipes for Easter


Hosting family or friends for Easter? These five simple recipes from Chowhound will take you from brunch to dessert. Brunch: French Ham and Cheese Quick Bread This easy recipe makes a beautiful brunch when served with Chowhound’s Butter Lettuce and Pumpkin Seed Salad. Appetizer: Smoked Salmon with Caviar on Cucumber …

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Watch "Homeland's" Rupert Friend read a WWI poem on gas attack


CBS News Sunday is the Season 6 finale of the award-winning series “Homeland,” which attracts more than 5 million viewers. Emmy-nominated actor Rupert Friend, who stars as former CIA operative Peter Quinn, said the finale would be “all about revealing people’s true characters” and their mettle. Last season, Friend’s character …

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"Chewing Gum's" Michaela Coel on being different


If Michaela Coel isn’t already on your radar of actresses to watch, she will be very soon.  The 29-year-old London-born screenwriter and actress rose to prominence back in 2015 when the first season of her comedy series, “Chewing Gum” debuted on Netflix. It’s the story of a young British woman …

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Jazz legend speaks out on Trump's proposed arts funding cuts


The Trump administration’s proposed cuts to arts education and funding is preparing the public to become “more ignorant,” according to Wynton Marsalis. Appearing on “CBS This Morning” Monday, the Grammy- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musician and composer was asked by co-host Norah O’Donnell the effect of President Trump’s budget proposal, which …

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