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Hour of culture: Five things you should check out this week

Monday June 30 to Sunday July 6

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Fury: The first trailer for the latest by director David Ayer (Training Day) stars Brad Pitt as a Second World War tank commander. Oddly, there are not many signs of actual fury. (youtube.com)

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The ’90s: Get ready to feel old, Gen-X. The National Geographic channel is about to launch its new miniseries, The ’90s: The Last Great Decade? Premieres July 6. (natgeotv.com/ca)

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Get Her Back: Robin Thicke’s new video, a creepy song about trying to win back his ex-wife, is a sign the upcoming album, named after his former wife Paula, is uncomfortable and just plain wrong. Album drops Tuesday. (youtube.com)

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Before & After: Kansas City-based freelance journalist Esther Honig sent a photograph of herself to more than 40 people around the world. She asked the Photoshop users to “make me beautiful.” The results are a study in global standards. (estherhonig.com)

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Portrait of a Serial Winner: Wright Thompson’s in-depth portrait of Uruguayan soccer star Luis Suarez, he of World Cup biting infamy, is off-the-charts good. (espn.go.com)

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