Sunny Days Are Here Again, But Is That Good?

A couple enjoy a sunny afternoon against the backdrop of the Midtown skyline from Piedmont Park in Atlanta in late March. i

A couple enjoy a sunny afternoon against the backdrop of the Midtown skyline from Piedmont Park in Atlanta in late March. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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A couple enjoy a sunny afternoon against the backdrop of the Midtown skyline from Piedmont Park in Atlanta in late March.

A couple enjoy a sunny afternoon against the backdrop of the Midtown skyline from Piedmont Park in Atlanta in late March.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the local and global implications of our early spring heatwave. Also, what it means now to be deaf in America, teaching math through music, and the hunt for 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Plus, the music of hit sensation Gotye.

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