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All Things Considered for January 27, 2013

Mike Williams (left) was homeless and broke in Sacramento, Calif., when he met Dr. Jong Chen. Now the two men are working together to develop a portable housing pod for the homeless. Courtesy of Mike Williams hide caption

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A Doctor's Kindness Gives Homeless Inventor A Second Chance

A Doctor's Kindness Gives Homeless Inventor A Second Chance

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Eddie Murphy in John Landis' comedy Coming to America. Paramount/The Kobal Collection hide caption

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The Movie Common Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Movie Common Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Big Freedia (the stage name of New Orleans native Freddie Ross) is one of the biggest stars of the hip-hop subculture known as bounce. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Big Freedia Lays Out The Basics Of Bounce

Big Freedia Lays Out The Basics Of Bounce

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