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American Icons: Anything Goes

Cole Porter was out of the musical theater scene during the 1930s, as American mores grew looser and more risqué. But instead of getting stodgy, he wrote the classic celebration of freedom from social constraints.

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Lifestyle & Belief

Eat, Pray, Love, Marry

When Elizabeth Gilbert wrote Eat, Pray, Love, a witty account of her globe-hopping, soul-searching journey after a divorce, she never imagined that Julia Roberts would be playing her in a movie adaptation.

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Indian singer Sona Mohapatra

Indian singer-songwriter Sona wanted her label Sony, to record more of her songs. Sony said wait. Sona went to Nokia. The World's Marco Werman tells us about Sona's attempts to market her music differently in a country dominated by Bollywood.

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Doug Liman

Director Doug Liman got his start with "Swingers," and went on to direct action hits like "The Bourne Identity." He speaks with Faith about his new movie, "Jumper."