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Judith Rosenbaum on Ethel Rosenberg Thumbnail

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Edis De Philippe

Cultural powerhouse Edis De Philippe founded the Israel National Opera Company in 1947, creating a landmark institution for the performing arts.

Lesley Gore

Known for the feminist anthem “You Don’t Own Me,” teenage pop sensation Lesley Gore carefully negotiated which parts of her life the media did and did not own.

Miriam Cantor-Stone on Wendy Wasserstein's Tony Award

This Week in History: On June 4, 1989, Wendy Wasserstein became the first woman playwright to win the Tony Award. Miriam Cantor-Stone talks about the importance of Wendy Wasserstein's focus on women as complex characters instead of stereotypes.
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This Week in History: On June 4, 1989, Wendy Wasserstein became the first woman playwright to win the Tony Award. Miriam Cantor-Stone talks about the importance of Wendy Wasserstein's focus on women as complex characters instead of stereotypes.

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Thumbnail of Rachel King on Carole King's Album, Tapestry, 2015

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Thumbnail of This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.
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Rachel King on Carole King's Album, Tapestry, 2015

This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.
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This Week in History: On June 7, 1971, Carole King released her hit album "Tapestry." Rachel King offers some reasons for the album's enduring impact.

Hanne Blank

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Hanne Blank.

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Steve Benson on the Death of Sylvia Blagman Syms

On May 10, 1992, singer Sylvia Blagman Syms died in the middle of a standing ovation. Steve Benson discusses her remarkable life and outsized personality.
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On May 10, 1992, singer Sylvia Blagman Syms died in the middle of a standing ovation. Steve Benson discusses her remarkable life and outsized personality.

Sophie Tucker in "The Outrageous Sophie Tucker"

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Singer and comedian Sophie Tucker performing in The Outrageous Sophie Tucker.
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Singer and comedian Sophie Tucker performing in The Outrageous Sophie Tucker.

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