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The Arts

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Green bullet Congressional recommendations currently under consideration would cut $115 million in federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Green bullet A dress made of rotting meat was displayed as a work of art in the National Gallery in Ottawa, Canada.

Red bullet All live music played anywhere in the U.S. now requires a permit from the Department of Homeland Security.

Red bullet Disney Junior program Doc McStuffins portrayed swearing and implied profanity.

Red bullet Banksy created an illustration in response to the Charlie Hedbo attack captioned "Break One, Thousands Will Rise."

Red bullet Actor Jamie Dornan will not appear in the Fifty Shades Of Grey sequels.

Multi-status bullet Actress Bette Davis landed the role of her career after placing an ad seeking employment in the newspaper.

Red bullet Britney Spears stole her hit song "Oops I Did It Again" from Louis Armstrong.
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