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The Frame® FOR January 19, 2018

'RBG': the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary at Sundance; PST performance festival

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A report from John Horn at Sundance, where the festival offerings include a film about a certain Supreme Court justice; Pacific Standard Time LA/LA includes a performance festival with Latino/a artists from the U.S., Mexico and South America. See full episode >
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