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Music Interviews

Brother-Sister Duo Lawrence On Touring And The Meaning Of Home

The brother and sister have been performing together since they were toddlers, but touring across the country in the soul-pop band Lawrence gave them a new understanding of their relationship.

Chilean Sunset LRKR
Exile Ah Ouia

Cynthia Nixon plays Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies' new film A Quiet Passion. "I think she was afraid of life," Davies says. "Like a lot of geniuses, she had — skin missing. And that makes you very, very vulnerable." Johan Voets/Hurricane Films/Courtesy of Music Box Films hide caption

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New Film Celebrates Emily Dickinson's Poetry And 'Quiet Passion'

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1st Session Louis Bordeaux
For Love I Come Thundercat

Young European eels (Anguilla anguilla) are called "glass eels" at that stage because they're transparent except for a dark spine down the middle. Philippe Garguil/Science Source hide caption

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Eels May Use 'Magnetic Maps' As They Slither Across The Ocean

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Broccoli The Backtrack Players

The city of San Francisco has established the new Financial Justice Project to look for ways to make smaller fines, like parking tickets, more fair to poorer residents. Dale Cruse/Flickr hide caption

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San Francisco Program Aims To Make Fines More Fair For The Poor

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Devil in a New Dress Kanye West & Rick Ross
Funkafized

Conservative French presidential candidate Francois Fillon delivers a speech April 9 during a campaign meeting in Paris. The two-round presidential election is set for April 23 and May 7. Fillon has played up his religion during the campaign, and that has played well with France's Catholics. Thibault Camus/AP hide caption

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Conservative French Presidential Nominee's Unusual Tactic: Tout His Faith

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Siblings Gracie And Clyde Lawrence On Touring And The Meaning Of Home

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Where It Started From Lawrence
Ms. Ho Onra

President Trump meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., on April 7. Not all of the president's visitors are made public; advocates want to change that. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Trump Continues Mar-A-Lago Trips, Watchdogs Want To Know Who's Joining Him

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Ego Beyoncé
Night and Day Art Tatum
We Learn Rob Cross
Intromental GZA & The Genius

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Amid U.S. Calls For Release, American Pastor Remains Behind Bars In Turkey

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Aquarium (Instrumental) Felly
What's the Difference [Instrumental Version] Dr. Dre
Charleston Swing Jazz Parade
Chicago Benny Goodman & His Orchestra