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Arts in the Afternoon: Letting Go

4:02 PM, Mar 31, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
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Some Indian states have banned a new biography of Mahatma Gandhi after U.S. and U.K. reviews carried the implication that the revered leader had a sexual relationship with German-Jewish bodybuilder Hermann Kallenbach. Homosexuality was only decriminalized in India in 2009.

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Mad Men won't be back on the small screen until 2012 after negotiations between the creator and the network faltered. Matthew Weiner, the man behind the men, says he's been asked to cut two characters a season. Who would you let go?

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