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  1. After A Flurry Of Literary Awards, A Book On The 'Wonder' Of Words

    It's literary awards season. The Nobel, the National Book Awards shortlists, and the Man Booker Prize were all recently announced. Author Jason Sheehan recommends some reading on all this reading.
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  2. After A Flurry Of Literary Awards, A Book On The 'Wonder' Of Words

    OpenAir · NPR Story
  3. Get ready for "Get On Up": James Brown video preview

    Prep yourself for the new James Brown biopic "Get On Up" with some of the very best videos of the Godfather of Soul himself.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  4. In This Year Of Ebola, A Montana YMCA Is Its Brother's Keeper

    Big aid agencies are gearing up to help Ebola-ravaged countries. Small communities are also pitching in. The Y in Missoula, for example, is raising money to help the Y in Freetown.
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  5. New Research Suggests Small High Schools May Help After All

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  6. 'Death of Klinghoffer' still draws protests 20 years later

    Some critics charge that John Adams' opera is anti-Israel, even anti-Semitic. But the opera's supporters dispute that. With its Met debut on Monday, there are calls to burn the set to the ground.
    Classical · NPR Story
  7. Spike In ER, Hospital Use Short-Lived After Calif. Medicaid Expansion

    Previous research found that going on Medicaid increased a poor person's use of costly emergency room visits. Now an analysis suggests that initial spike in ER visits quickly tapers off.
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  8. Spike In ER, Hospital Use Short-Lived After Calif. Medicaid Expansion

    Colorado voters are set to decide if they want most foods sold in grocery stores to be labeled if they contain genetically modified ingredients.
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  9. 3-Year-Old Ebola Survivor Proposes To Nurse

    The debate began not with discussions about the economy or even about Obamacare, but about whether candidate Charlie Crist should be allowed to have a small fan to keep him cool.
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  10. Once A Year, Farmers Go Back To Picking Corn By Hand — For Fun

    Farmers across the Midwest harvest billions of bushels of corn nowadays using giant machines called combines. But a contest keeps a more primitive corn-picking technique alive: human hands.
    News · NPR Story

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