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Fresh Air for July 31, 2012

Boban i Marko Markovic Orkestar performs onstage in 2008. Roger Kisby/Getty Images hide caption

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Boban i Marko Markovic: Irresistible Party Music

Boban i Marko Markovic: Irresistible Party Music

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Fresh Air for July 30, 2012

In About Face, former supermodels (including Carmen Dell'Orefice shown above) talk about what it's like to grow old in an industry that is obsessed with youth. Mark Mahaney/Greenfield-Sanders Studio/Courtesy HBO hide caption

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Getting Old Is Hard, Even (And Especially) For Models

Getting Old Is Hard, Even (And Especially) For Models

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Actress Lupe Ontiveros was known for her roles in the film Selena and the television series Desperate Housewives. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Remembers Actress Lupe Ontiveros

Fresh Air Remembers Actress Lupe Ontiveros

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Fresh Air for July 28, 2012

Sister Pat Farrell is the president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and the vice president of the Sisters of St. Francis in Dubuque, Iowa. LCWR hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Bishop Blair, Sister Farrell

Fresh Air Weekend: Bishop Blair, Sister Farrell

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Fresh Air for July 27, 2012

A Dallas hard-luck case (Emile Hirsch, left) hires a corrupt cop (Matthew McConaughey) to kill his estranged mother when he hears about her rich insurance policy. Needless to say, the plot of Killer Joe doesn't quite work out as planned. Skip Bolen/LD Entertainment hide caption

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Two Films Shoot Past Realism To Weirder Territory

Two Films Shoot Past Realism To Weirder Territory

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Producer Melody Kramer, who developed a strong social-media presence for Fresh Air over the last several years, departs this week. Sam Briger/WHYY hide caption

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'Fresh Air' Bids Farewell To Melody Kramer

'Fresh Air' Bids Farewell To Melody Kramer

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Fresh Air for July 26, 2012

Christopher Beha is an associate editor at Harper's magazine and the author of The Whole Five Feet. Josephine Sittenfeld/Tin House Books hide caption

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Christopher Beha, On Faith And Its Discontents

Christopher Beha, On Faith And Its Discontents

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Frank Ocean performs onstage at the 2012 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April. Karl Walter/Getty Images hide caption

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Frank Ocean's 'Orange' Revolution

Frank Ocean's 'Orange' Revolution

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Although Ai Weiwei's art is internationally recognized, much of his worldwide fame comes from his political activism in China. The latter is the focus of Alison Klayman's documentary Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry. Ted Alcorn/IFC Films hide caption

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In China, A Persistent Thorn In The State's Side

In China, A Persistent Thorn In The State's Side

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