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Music Articles

Kevin Eubanks On Life After Leno

A jazz guitarist and former Tonight Show bandleader, Eubanks talks with host Michel Martin about his hometown of Philadelphia, getting to play past the commercial break, the Jay Leno/Conan O'Brien debacle at NBC and how it affected him personally.

Kevin Eubanks On Life After Leno

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History

Gay Archive Preserves Decades of History

The ONE Gay and Lesbian Archives in Los Angeles has preserved the stories of thousands of gay, lesbian, bi and transgendered people living in the U.S. Joseph Hawkins, president of the Archives, discusses some of the items in the collection.

Gay Archive Preserves Decades of History

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Remembering Why We Love Michael Jackson

It's been exactly one year since the death of Michael Jackson. Shaye Areheart worked with Jackson on his autobiography, Moonwalk, and remembers him for his humor, thirst for knowledge and dedication to fans. She looks back at the man beyond the headlines.

Remembering Why We Love Michael Jackson

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Author: Stereotypes Shape Our Perceptions And Ourselves

Columbia University Provost and social psychologist Claude Steele says that stereotypes play an important role in defining who we are, and how we are seen by others. Steele discusses his new book, “Whistling Vivaldi: And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us.”

Author: Stereotypes Shape Our Perceptions And Ourselves

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New iPhone Makes Debut

Apple’s iPhone 4 hit stores today with scores fans waiting anxiously to purchase the device. But does it live up to the hype? Tech culture journalist and blogger Xeni Jardin offers a review of the Apple’s newest gadget.

New iPhone Makes Debut

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Legendary Choreographer Nabs Tony Award For ‘Fela!’

Legendary choreographer Bill T Jones took home his second Tony award on Sunday for his work in the Broadway musical, “FELA!” The show chronicles the life of the father of Afrobeat, Fela Kuti. Guest host Tony Cox speaks to Jones about his win, and what's next for him.

Legendary Choreographer Nabs Tony Award For ‘Fela!’

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Suspected Jamaican Druglord Arrested

After more than a month in hiding, suspected Jamaican drug lord Christopher Dudus Coke was arrested Tuesday outside Kingston. Guest host Tony Cox talks to reporter Karen Madden James who has been following this story from Kingston.

Suspected Jamaican Druglord Arrested

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U.S Team Scores At The World Cup

The U.S soccer team won a thrilling match with Algeria today, advancing to the next round of the World Cup. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with sports writer David Zirin for more on the U-S team’s performance at the Cup.

U.S Team Scores At The World Cup

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Center For Immigration Studies Wary Of Dream Act

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the conservative Center for Immigration Studies, believes the Dream Act could garner broad-based support, but only if safeguards are put in place to prevent the act from incentivizing illegal immigration.

Center For Immigration Studies Wary Of Dream Act

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Town Votes To Adopt Illegal Immigration Ban

Voters in Fremont, Nebraska have approved a referendum that prevents landlords from leasing apartments to illegal immigrants, and stops businesses from hiring them. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with Fred Knapp a reporter for NET News in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Town Votes To Adopt Illegal Immigration Ban

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World

Former South African Leader Weighs In On World Cup

Former South Africa President Thabo Mbeki continues his conversation with Michel Martin to discuss the 2010 FIFA World Cup Games in South Africa and his legacy.

Former South African Leader Weighs In On World Cup

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Thursday

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Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer Melissa Etheridge just released her 10th studio album, Fearless Love. courtesy of Island Records hide caption

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Music Interviews

Melissa Etheridge: Rock Star, Survivor And Mom

Tell Me More host Michel Martin recently sat down with Etheridge to talk about music and motherhood.

Melissa Etheridge: Rock Star, Survivor And Mom

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