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All Things Considered for August 29, 2010

Launch Pad, itself a new company, offers low-rent office space for high-tech startups in New Orleans. Audie Cornish/NPR hide caption

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Entrepreneurs Fuel Post-Katrina Business Boom

Entrepreneurs Fuel Post-Katrina Business Boom

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All Things Considered for August 28, 2010

Aug. 28, 1963: Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators walk down Constitution Avenue during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In his new book Nobody Turn Me Around, Charles Euchner chronicles the peaceful civil rights demonstration though the stories of people who were there. Hulton Archive/Hulton Archive hide caption

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'A People's History' Of The March On Washington

'A People's History' Of The March On Washington

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Are You Plunking Down Real Money For Virtual Fun?

Are You Plunking Down Real Money For Virtual Fun?

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Emily and Barbara, played by Kelley Menighan Hensley and Colleen Zenk, spend some of their last broadcast time together on As the World Turns. CBS.com hide caption

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'As The World' Stops Turning, Are Soaps Dead?

'As The World' Stops Turning, Are Soaps Dead?

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Pittsburgh Pirates players celebrate after scoring against the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. It was a rare win for the team with the worst record in baseball this year. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images hide caption

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How Losing Is A Profitable Game In Baseball

How Losing Is A Profitable Game In Baseball

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