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NPR News Investigations

Can A Television Network Be A Church? The IRS Says Yes

NPR examines previously undisclosed financial records from Daystar Television. Those files raise issues as basic as the definition of "church" and as grand as the role of government in religion.

Movies

It's Not A Sled Anymore: Remaking A Cinematic Classic

Movie critic Bob Mondello reviews a remake of a cinema classic about a boy who rises from poverty to head a media conglomerate — but who dies longing for the simple joys of his long-lost childhood.

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On The Auction Block: The Stradivarius Of Guitars

More than 260 acoustic guitars are set to be sold via auction at Guernsey's this week, but the prices have thrown collectors and dealers for a loop.

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Still Reeling From Crisis, Ukraine Prepares For Presidential Vote

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Uncle Ace Blood Orange
Cosmic Florian Weber
Vibe Bignic
New Beginning Whomadewho

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Listen: Part 1

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Glory Wye Oak
We're a Winner Jazz Soul Seven

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Never Too Late: More Older Adults Sold On Entrepreneurship

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State of Texas Old 97's
Silver Bell Bob Willis & Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

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After Setbacks, Florida Governor Courts Latino Support

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Wheel of Fortune The Virgins
Os Grilos (The Crickets Sing for Anamaria) Walter Wanderley

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As Texas Gets More Diverse, Educators Grab The Bull By The Horns

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Necrology The Cinematic Orchestra
Indian Summer Whomadewho
Rebuilding/Failure Danny Elfman

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On The Auction Block: The Stradivarius Of Guitars

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Halfway Home Tommy Emmanuel
Jellybread Booker T. & the MG's

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The Harlem Hellfighters: Fighting Racism In The Trenches Of WWI

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Your Love Frankie Knuckles
Let's Stay Home Frankie Knuckles