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Radar: What we're talking about this week

Photo by: Mack Moment Photography

February 21, 2013 | 12:00 a.m. CST

1. True/False at home

Columbia is buzzing about the arrival of the True/False Film Fest. But what if you can’t go or you have the flu? Or what if you are afraid of crowds? VoxTalk has you covered with a list of 10 documentaries from the past nine years of the fest that you can watch at home.
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2. Harry Potter and the re-design

In honor of the Boy Wizard’s 15th anniversary, the famous covers are getting transfigured starting with the Sorcerer’s Stone in September. Scholastic hasn’t revealed the other six covers yet, but you could always try reading tea leaves. Which version do you prefer, muggle?
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3. Keith Crown’s crowning achievements

When you think of watercolor, you might think of kindergarten. But Keith Crown will change your mind on the art form. Crown, a former Columbian, turns the stereotype on its head with his innovative depictions of scenery in Taos, N.M.
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4. Quincy reads

Quincy Troupe is the author of such works as Miles and Me and The Pursuit of Happyness, which was later turned into a film starring Will Smith. Troupe visited MU on Tuesday. If you missed it, our coverage will fill you in on his poetry and creative writing readings at the event.
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