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Mary Schmich: Never mind 'Green Book.' Go listen to Don Shirley's music

Let's look on the bright side of "Green Book." It has revived Don Shirley's music.

Like a lot of people, I wasn't crazy about the movie, a buddy pic with a racial twist and a smiley face. In it, a white, racist nightclub bouncer from the American North is hired to drive a black classical pianist through the American South on a 1962 performance tour, using the guidebook that

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