Friday

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Religion

Pastor John Hagee on Christian Zionism, Katrina

John Hagee believes the end of days, the Rapture and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ are imminent. He says that the rebirth of Israel and the restoration of Jerusalem are a prelude to the return of the Lord.

Pastor John Hagee on Christian Zionism, Katrina
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Arts & Life

Friendship and Idealism in 'Reprise'

Fresh Air film critic David Edelstein reviews Reprise, the first feature film by Norwegian writer and director Joachim Trier. The movie tells the story of two aspiring authors whose adolescent idealism is crushed by literary success.

Friendship and Idealism in 'Reprise'
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Business

Scott McCartney on Air Travelers' Turbulent Times

Air travel keeps getting more confusing, frustrating and expensive, says columnist Scott McCartney. McCartney, who's covered the industry for 12 years at The Wall Street Journal, writes the paper's "Middle Seat" column.

Scott McCartney on Air Travelers' Turbulent Times
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Wednesday

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Books

Suze Rotolo: Of Dylan, New York and Art

Artist Suze Rotolo — the woman walking beside Bob Dylan on the album cover for The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan — was Dylan's girlfriend in the '60s. She's written about the relationship, and about that era's New York, in a new memoir.

Suze Rotolo: Of Dylan, New York and Art
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Remembrances

Nuala O'Faolain, Journalist and Author, Dead at 68

The celebrated Irish memoirist, who had been battling lung cancer, died May 9. Her 1996 memoir — about growing up poor in the Ireland of the '40s and '50s — became a best-seller. Terry Gross talked to her in 2001.

Nuala O'Faolain, Journalist and Author, Dead at 68
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Music Articles

Hayes Carll, Finding 'Trouble' Where He Can

Fresh Air music critic Ken Tucker reviews Trouble in Mind, the new album from country singer Hayes Carll. The 32-year-old Texan says his music is inspired by Beat poetry, Bob Dylan and singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt.

Hayes Carll, Finding 'Trouble' Where He Can
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