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Philadelphia's public school system has over 1,000 broken instruments. [Read More]
It was an act of unbelievable prescience for psychologist Harriet Lerner to dedicate her latest book to the art of apologizing. Prescience, of course,... [Read More]
Nearly a third of transgender people responding to an NPR poll say they have no regular access to health care. Very few medical offices are... [Read More]
It took until adulthood for Bonnie Morales, the daughter of immigrant Russian Jews, to appreciate the food of her childhood. Now she owns a popular... [Read More]
An art world record was set Wednesday night at Christie's auction house in New York, when a painting credited to Leonardo Da Vinci sold for... [Read More]
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A bird at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., had a beak that was so worn down that he could not catch bugs to eat.... [Read More]
As the tequila industry surges, the early harvesting and cloning of agave are disrupting the ecosystem of some species — leading some groups to go... [Read More]
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has decided to expel Harvey Weinstein after the producer was accused of sexually assaulting and harassing at... [Read More]
The Siege is one of a number of plays depicting a Palestinian point of view that has been cancelled after pressure from American Jewish groups.... [Read More]
New York Times The English novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, known for his spare, elliptical prose style and his inventive subversion of literary genres, was awarded the... [Read More]
Before the hurricane wreaked "cataclysmic destruction," the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami hosted decades of quinceañeras and weddings. Now, hundreds of volunteers are helping... [Read More]
Irma closed schools and threw schedules out the window in the Sunshine State last week. But several local museums opened ad-hoc camps to teach art,... [Read More]
Even as Miami returns to normal, an emergency shelter continues to take in people every day. [Read More]
You might know it as a garbage truck. But to police departments around the country, it's become a cutting-edge tool in law enforcement. ... [Read More]
Cities are increasingly deploying garbage trucks as part of demonstrations and rallies, partly to keep cars from plowing into protesters. [Read More]
White supremacists using Crusaders' crosses and other medieval imagery on their homemade shields say the time period is an ideal of a white Europe. But... [Read More]
The Hollywood box office is off by a lot this year. Bad sequels, big bombs and fewer films contributed to the weak bottom line. [Read More]
Chuck Lorre is, without question, television's sitcom king. He created three of today's top money-making syndicated shows -- How I Met Your... [Read More]
Set in a medical marijuana dispensary, the big networks all turned the show down. But Netflix picked it up and co-creator Chuck Lorre says, ultimately,... [Read More]