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Bert and Ernie's new boss is now Mel Ming.

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In Your Ear: Kevin Sbraga

As part of Tell Me More's occasional series "In Your Ear," restaurateur and Top Chef winner Kevin Sbraga shares some of his favorite songs. They include titles from R&B crooner John Legend and hip-hop icons Wu-Tang Clan.

In Your Ear: Kevin Sbraga

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Kreayshawn says "Gucci Gucci" was inspired by the cultural differences she noticed between Oakland and Los Angeles

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Suzanne Crow fought the state of South Dakota for three years to get custody of her two grandchildren, even becoming a licensed foster care provider in the meantime. Despite her efforts, it took three years for her grandchildren to be returned to their family in Minnesota.

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Native Foster Care: Lost Children, Shattered Families

A Fight For Her Grandchildren Mirrors A Native Past

Suzanne Crow's three year struggle to bring her grandchildren home after they were placed in South Dakota's foster care system reminds her of the days she, and other American Indians were sent to boarding schools.

A Fight For Her Grandchildren Mirrors A Native Past

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Advice For The Golden Years: 'Don't Ever Retire Mentally'

Tell Me More's end-of-life series continues with Washington-area 80-somethings talking about the realities of retirement with Michel Martin.

Advice For The Golden Years: 'Don't Ever Retire Mentally'

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Rice University Professor Richard Tapia joins Tell Me More for an interview at NPR headquarters. Tapia is scheduled to receive the National Medal of Science on Friday from President Obama.

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A caretaker and his patient in the documentary Serving Life.

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In Your Ear: Jennifer Hambrick

As part of Tell Me More's occasional series "In Your Ear," Jennifer Hambrick, announcer and producer at WOSU Public Media in Columbus, Ohio, shares her favorite classical tunes and Billie Holiday's "I'm a Fool to Want You."

In Your Ear: Jennifer Hambrick

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