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At The Holy House Of Coltrane, A 'Jerusalem' Of Jazz Faces Eviction

The Saint John Coltrane Church, a San Francisco ministry dedicated to the iconic musician, is confronting charges of unpaid rent. The congregation has been told to leave the premises this week.

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At The Holy House Of Coltrane, A 'Jerusalem' Of Jazz Faces Eviction

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A Love Supreme, Pt. 2: Resolution John Coltrane
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Three Pillars

Two pictures show the minaret (top) of Aleppo's ancient Umayyad mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on April 16, 2013, and the rubble (bottom) after it was blown up on April 24, 2013. Jalal al-Halabi,Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Take Massive Risks To Save Syria's Cultural Heritage

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Next in Line
Diversion Mark Ronson
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Tropical Hands Dorian Concept

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The Quiet Beatle's Long Shadow: Dhani Harrison On Sharing His Dad With The World

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My Sweet Lord Brian Wilson and Al Jardine
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