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All Things Considered for June 17, 2012

Summer travelers face higher gas prices and what seems like ever-increasing airfares. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Land, Air And Rail — Summer Travel Has Its Hiccups

Land, Air And Rail — Summer Travel Has Its Hiccups

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14-year-old Kathryn DiMaria drilling door rivets in her Pontiac Fiero. Courtesy of Jerry DiMaria hide caption

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One For The Road: Teen Builds Her Own Pontiac Fiero

One For The Road: Teen Builds Her Own Pontiac Fiero

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Chanticleer is a historical estate and garden in Wayne, Pa., part of the old Main Line ring of estates around Philadelphia. Courtesy of the Lyden family hide caption

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Chanticleer: A Botanical Distraction From Daily Life

Chanticleer: A Botanical Distraction From Daily Life

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Anthony Swofford is the author of Jarhead: A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles, which was adapted into a film starring Jake Gyllenhaal as the author. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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After War And Fame, Dad Is Author's Challenge

After War And Fame, Dad Is Author's Challenge

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All Things Considered for June 16, 2012

Occupy Wall Street protesters joined with unions in New York on May 1, a traditional day of global protests in sympathy with unions and leftist politics. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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State Of The Unions: Labor And The Middle Class

State Of The Unions: Labor And The Middle Class

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Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi gives her acceptance speech in Oslo, Norway, on Saturday. The Burmese opposition leader was awarded the prize two decades ago. Daniel Sannum Lauten/AP hide caption

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Aung San Suu Kyi Gives Long-Overdue Nobel Speech

Aung San Suu Kyi Gives Long-Overdue Nobel Speech

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Before publishing the plays and novels she's now known for, women's rights advocate Djuna Barnes was a journalist and illustrator. Djuna Barnes Papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries hide caption

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Embracing The Quirkiness Of Djuna Barnes

Embracing The Quirkiness Of Djuna Barnes

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Bonnie Raitt's latest album, Slipstream, is the first release on her own Redwing Records label. Marina Chavez hide caption

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Marina Chavez

Bonnie Raitt: A Brand-New Model For A Classic Sound

Bonnie Raitt: A Brand-New Model For A Classic Sound

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