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Algae Blooms, A Sound Trip to MoMa, and Italian Summer Hits

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Algae Blooms, A Sound Trip to MoMa, and Italian Summer Hits

Algae Blooms, A Sound Trip to MoMa, and Italian Summer Hits

Algae Blooms, A Sound Trip to MoMa, and Italian Summer Hits

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Chinese beachgoers walk by an algae-covered public beach in Qingdao, China, in July. The seas off China have been hit by their largest-ever growth of algae, ocean officials say, with waves of green growth washing onto the shores. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese beachgoers walk by an algae-covered public beach in Qingdao, China, in July. The seas off China have been hit by their largest-ever growth of algae, ocean officials say, with waves of green growth washing onto the shores.

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On this week's episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered Podcast algae attacks, directors Jeffery Freidman and Rob Epstein on their new film Lovelace, and Betto Arcos has some summer hits from the Mediterranean coast.

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