Host Jack Barry conducts questioning of contestants James Snodgrass (left) and Hank Bloomgarden (right) in supposed isolation booths during the program Twenty-One. Albert Freedman, producer of the show, died on April 11 at age 95. AP hide caption

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The Eugene J. Candy Co., which opened a year ago in Brooklyn, stocks offbeat novelties like wax fangs as well as its own experimental confections. Courtesy of Eugene J. hide caption

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Willy Wonka-Inspired 'Candy Alchemist' Spins Sugar Into Pure Imagination

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Mona Haydar (center), a Syrian- American artist from Flint, Mich., released her first rap song, "Hijab," along with an accompanying video. Mona Haydar/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Hijabi Artist Channels Beyoncé For Debut Of Her 'Resistance Music' And Video

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Bill Nye the Science Guy arrives to lead scientists and supporters down Constitution Avenue during the March for Science on Saturday in Washington, D.C. The event is being described as a call to support and safeguard the scientific community. Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images hide caption

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In A New 'Anti-Science' Era, Bill Nye 'Saves The World' With Same Optimism

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Corey Hawkins plays former U.S. Army Ranger Eric Carter in Fox's 24: Legacy. Guy D'Alema/FOX hide caption

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From D.C. Theater To '24': The Rise Of Actor Corey Hawkins

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TV Movie Review: 'The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks'

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A galley proof shows some of the work that went into adding "ginormous" to Merriam-Webster's 2007 collegiate dictionary. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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From 'F-Bomb' To 'Photobomb,' How The Dictionary Keeps Up With English

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Carrie Coon plays Gloria Burgle in the third season of the series Fargo, which premiers on FX Wednesday. Chris Large/FX hide caption

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'Fargo' And Bill Nye Make Promising Returns To The Small Screen

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Homer might become a braniac, Marge might develop a gambling addiction or nerdy Lisa could find herself among the cool kids for a half-hour, but by the end of each episode of The Simpsons — which first appeared 30 years ago as short segments on The Tracey Ullman Show — the family and its hometown of Springfield resets to status quo. Courtesy of Fox hide caption

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30 Years Later, 'The Simpsons' Are A Part Of The American Family

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