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NPR's Scott Simon speaks to the celebrated Uruguayan musician Jorge Drexler about his latest album, "Tinta y Tiempo," which translates to "Ink and Time."
Some parents in Uvalde, Texas, say children's lives could have been saved if police had confronted the gunman at Robb Elementary School more quickly.
Followers of the Russian Orthodox Church in Ukraine broke with its Moscow leadership. The Russian patriarch has supported the war and called opponents "forces of evil."
Climate change is threatening the homeland of the Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe off the coast of Massachusetts. Volunteers are planting beach grass to make it more resilient.
NPR's Scott Simon discusses the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, with Suzanna Gratia Hupp, a former Texas state representative who became an influential gun control opponent after surviving a mass shooting.
In this week's selection from the StoryCorps' Military Voices Initiative, Ryan Walz remembers his father, Sgt. 1st Class Jodi Walz, who played trumpet in the United States Army band.
Scott Simon speaks with Marc Rivers, a producer on NPR's Morning Edition, about the 1985 movie "Back to the Future," which he watched recently for the first time.
NASA began "sonifying" its famous photos of outer space to help people who are visually impaired enjoy the images. Recently, it recreated the sound of a black hole 240 million light-years away.
According to official numbers, more than 100,000 people are testing positive for COVID-19 each day in the U.S., more than double the rate a month ago.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Mykhailo Tkach about his short film, "The Occupant." It's entirely composed of videos from the phone of a young Russian soldier captured during the war in Ukraine.
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Northern Arts & Culture
- Marquette Symphony Orchestra announces summer 2022 events
- Northern Arts & Culture: Listening deeply with the music of Libby Meyer
- Northern Arts & Culture: Taking the long view with Joe Kirkish's memoir "Long Exposure"
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- Northern Arts & Culture: Meegan Flannery at Zero Degrees Gallery