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Lebowitz's Pretend It's A City is the NYC trip you can't take right now. Kevin Whitehead reviews Joshua Abrams' Cloud Script. Historian Kerri Greenidge tells... [Read More]
The Argentine singer-songwriter performed a three-song set from her Brooklyn apartment for Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST. [Read More]
Cheers erupted in hospital wards across the country as a first group of nurses and sanitation workers rolled up their sleeves and got vaccinated. India... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon asks Tony Allen, head of the Biden-Harris Presidential Inaugural Committee, about preparations for next week's events. [Read More]
Ballet student Ashton Edwards is the rare dancer who is expanding his repertoire and his craft by training to dance in en pointe shoes, once... [Read More]
Katherine Seligman's new novel makes alive and visible the lives of people we often walk past. It's the story of a young woman surviving on... [Read More]
State capitals around the country are dealing with security threats, and NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Kentucky's Gov. Andy Beshear about how his state is... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon talks with former PA Republican congressman Ryan Costello about where his party goes after Donald Trump. [Read More]
India embarks Saturday on a massive coronavirus vaccination campaign today. Hospitals have been rehearsing for weeks. India aims to inoculate a first batch of 300... [Read More]
Over 11 million Americans have now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Our colleauge Bob Mondello joined them, and sent back an aural... [Read More]
There's a web of people working behind the scenes to get artwork from its owner to a museum for a show. That web has been... [Read More]
We take a look at President Trump's second impeachment, how congress might handle Biden administration business and look ahead to next week's presidential inauguration. [Read More]
President-elect Joe Biden laid out his plans to speed up vaccinations as soon as he takes office. More than 100 people have been arrested, and... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Nadia Owusu about her memoir, Aftershocks. [Read More]
The Justice Department has opened more than 275 investigations into the Capitol riot. Authorities say they are turning to the most serious crimes including assaults... [Read More]
In a surprising new trend, sea shanties have become popular on TikTok and other social media. [Read More]
The assault on the U.S. Capitol is causing much harm to America's image abroad as a promoter of democratic values. [Read More]
President-elect Joe Biden plans for a mass vaccination push that will dramatically expand access amid a worsening pandemic and limited vaccine supply. [Read More]
States are using the honor system to determine who gets a coronavirus vaccine. Cheating would be easy, but pharmacist Jenny Arnold tells NPR's Scott Simon... [Read More]
The NFL playoffs will bring us some nail biters to look forward to. And, we talk about the high profile NBA trade of James Harden. [Read More]
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