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All Things Considered for August 19, 2012

As a living history museum, Strawbery Banke allows visitors to tour historic buildings constructed between 1695 and 1954. Amanda Loder/for NPR hide caption

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Living Above The Past: Museum Opens Up To Tenants New Hampshire Public Radio

Living Above The Past: Museum Opens Up To Tenants

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Divya Singh in the operating room. Anna Boiko-Weyrauch hide caption

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Dark Side Of The Operating Room

Dark Side Of The Operating Room

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Detail from a print advertisement for Arizona Dranes' Okeh recordings. Tompkins Square hide caption

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Tompkins Square

Arizona Dranes, Forgotten Mother Of The Gospel Beat

Arizona Dranes, Forgotten Mother Of The Gospel Beat

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All Things Considered for August 18, 2012

Elias Roman, 17, has been through Illinois' juvenile justice system twice. But the second time around, he was paired with a mentor, and he's looking at things differently. Cheryl Corley/NPR hide caption

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Kids Behind Bars: Illinois Rethinks Juvenile Justice

Kids Behind Bars: Illinois Rethinks Juvenile Justice

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When his parents Tuy (center) and Mydung (right) Lam lost their jobs, electrical engineering major Louis Lam enlisted in the Navy. Michael Tomsic/NPR hide caption

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In Weak Economy, College Grads 'Surge' Into Military

In Weak Economy, College Grads 'Surge' Into Military

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Tilman, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, 2012 Charlotte Dumas/Courtesy of the Corcoran Gallery of Art hide caption

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A Photo Homage To The Working Class ... Of Animals WAMU 88.5

A Photo Homage To The Working Class ... Of Animals

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British actors Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann posing for the cover art of the movie 'Withnail & I' in Cumbria, 1986. Murray Close/Getty Images hide caption

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The Movie Simon West Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Movie Simon West Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Goalkeeper Hope Solo competes against China in Chester, Penn., on May 27. Solo took a gold medal home from this summer's London Games. Drew Hallowell/Getty Images hide caption

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Soccer Star Hope Solo On Loving Lost Parents

Soccer Star Hope Solo On Loving Lost Parents

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"There was this sensation of going on a journey together, without seat belts," says Rhiannon of her band's first totally improvised performance. Her newest album is called Spontaneous. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rhiannon: An Improviser Resists The Urge To Reuse

Rhiannon: An Improviser Resists The Urge To Reuse

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