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Best Of: Dave Grohl / Will Smith

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Grohl talks about his journey from playing small punk clubs to giant stadiums in his new memoir, 'The Storyteller.' He reflects on how he taught himself drums, his friendship with Kurt Cobain, and reinventing himself after Cobain's death with Foo Fighters.

Also, Justin Chang reviews the new Jane Campion movie 'The Power of the Dog.'

And Smith speaks with guest interviewer Tonya Mosley about how he crafted a joyful image to cover up for a trauma that happened when he was 9. He saw his father beat his mother. He reflects on how that moment has impacted his life. He has a new movie 'King Richard,' and a memoir called 'Will.'

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    Best Of: Sidney Poitier / Nicole Kidman


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    Remembering Sidney Poitier


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    Remembering Joan Didion & Betty White


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