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Mapping The Human Brain, Back To Alcatraz, And The Music Of Chic Gamine

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Mapping The Human Brain, Back To Alcatraz, And The Music Of Chic Gamine

Mapping The Human Brain, Back To Alcatraz, And The Music Of Chic Gamine

Mapping The Human Brain, Back To Alcatraz, And The Music Of Chic Gamine

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Alcatraz, the infamous prison, still captures the imagination 50 years after it closed. Those who did time there, however, don't have to wonder. Leigh Wiener/Courtesy Devik Wiener hide caption

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Alcatraz, the infamous prison, still captures the imagination 50 years after it closed. Those who did time there, however, don't have to wonder.

Leigh Wiener/Courtesy Devik Wiener

In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, President Obama is putting aside money to map the human brain, we visit Alcatraz 50 years after it closes, and the musical genius of Chic Gamine.