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Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week

Monday September 1 to Sunday September 7

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Houdini- Adrien Brody stars as the magician and escape artist in this four-hour, two-night miniseries. It starts Monday. (history.ca)

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V- Maroon 5 Lead vocalist Adam Levine performs during the band's album release party for "V" at the iHeartRadio theatre in Burbank, California August 26, 2014. The fifth studio album by Maroon 5 may or may not make you move like Jagger. We shall see. Album drops Tuesday. (maroon5.com)

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Hello Kitty- The Japanese phenomenon is not a cat, oh no. Hear why from Christine R. Yano, who helped put together an upcoming Hello Kitty exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum. (latimes.com)

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David Lynch-Any time you have a chance to hear from David Lynch, take it. The Daily Beast spoke to the filmmaker about the current state of film and television, as well as collaborating with Kanye West. (thedailybeast.com)

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Peaking- Peak beard. Peak travel. Peak suburbs. Peak oil. Have we reached peak peak? Paula Cocozza scales the overused phrase in the Guardian. (theguardian.com).

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