Saturday, November 24

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Larry Hagman's Curtain Call

A profile of the late actor.

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Time, and the Great Healer

In 1943, a young research scientist found a cure for TB. It should have been the proudest moment of Albert Schatz’s life, but ever since he has watched, helpless, as his mentor got all the credit.

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The Other Shooter

The afterlife of 486 frames of Kodachrome II 8mm film shot by Dallas clothing manufacturer Abraham Zapruder.

Friday, November 23

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Re-Awakenings

How a woman who couldn’t stop sleeping woke up.

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A Complete History of Gerbiling So Far

Richard Gere, AIDS anxiety and the search for the “Original Gerbil.”

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Crush Point

Why people stampede, and what can be done to prevent “crowd disasters.”

Thursday, November 22

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The Hard Life of an NFL Long Shot

The story of a rookie clinging to his dream, as told by his uncle.

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The Lying Disease

On an affliction for the digital age, “Munchausen by internet.”

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Damien Hirst: Jumping the Shark

The market for Hirst’s work is in a tailspin. Why?

Wednesday, November 21

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Dr. Nakamats, the Man With 3300 Patents to His Name

A profile of Sir Dr. NakaMats, who claims to have invented over 3,000 things, including the floppy disk and karaoke machine.

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Fort Bragg's Deadly Summer

Looking for answers following a mysterious string of slayings and suicides at the base.

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The Making of The Chronic

An oral history of the Dr. Dre album.