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Christian Science Monitor - Entertainment

Native American women shape how museums frame Indigenous culture - A Native American exhibition at the Field Museum in Chicago features the contributions of Crow, or Apsáalooke, women and proclaims: We are still here.

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In a Word - Fictional characters gave their names to words too - Blurb, zany, and pants are all eponymous words with origins in the names of fictional characters – and there's plenty more to be found.

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Remembering Justice Ginsburg: To my mom, she was 'Ruthie' -- The late Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of 11 women accepted at Harvard Law School in 1956. My mother was also among them.

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In which I witness someone falling in love -- Should we even be here at the dog shelter, given COVID-19 strictures? Then a police officer pulled up.

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After the pandemic, where will the US child care system end up? -- Improving the child care system in the U.S. increasingly includes discussion about how to offer learning opportunities to children sooner.

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First Look -- 'Schitt's Creek' and 'Watchmen' are big Emmy winners -- "Schitt's Creek" swept the 2020 Emmy Awards for comedy. HBO's "Succession" and "Watchmen" were also winners of multiple awards.

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With Broadway dark, the show must go on outside New York City -- With Broadway shuttered until at least spring, some veteran performers are returning home and sharing their talents there.

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In a Word -- People who lent their names to words -- The most famous example of an eponymous word is probably sandwich. But there are many others that go unnoticed in daily conversation.

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Picture of comfort: Gardening in times of crisis (animation) -- In times of crisis, gardens can bring joy and solace. Our animated take on an essay about the two gardens that helped one writer cope.

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Confessions of a self-talker -- The trick is to be circumspect about talking to oneself in public, lest genius be mistaken for madness.

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Beyond the gallery wall: Art world retrains the public, virtually -- Museums and galleries are creating more and better ways to engage patrons, enhancing online experiences and boosting sales potential to collectors.

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First Look -- Diversity at the Emmys: Lasting change or one-time gesture? -- A record number of people of color have received 2020 Emmy nominations, highlighting the works of such actors as Kerry Washington, Sandra Oh, Regina King, Billy Porter, and Sterling K. Brown. But Latino talent is still largely overlooked at the Emmys, critics say.

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From 'I Am Woman' to 'Get on Up': Movies that hit the right note -- With the release of a new biopic about Helen Reddy, "I Am Woman," the Monitor's film critic shares some of his top choices for films about singers.

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In a Word -- The subtle sexism behind words such as 'feisty' -- At first glance, feisty seems like a compliment. But it's an adjective that subtly undermines even while it ostensibly praises.

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