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Tucson Food Bank Helps The Needy Grow Their Own Food

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Pie-Deprived New Orleans Roots For Bakery, A Year After Fire

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Motherless Children Eric Clapton
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In A Desert Encampment, Songs Of A Vanishing Way Of Life

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TABARA AMADU BANSANG JOBARTEH

A sidewalk memorial in Chicago remembers Eugene Clark, 25, who was shot and killed last weekend. In the same weekend, the city had at least 6 people killed and 22 wounded by gunfire. This weekend, the Congressional Black Caucus held a summit in Chicago to discuss violence in urban areas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Emergency Summit On Urban Violence Opens In Chicago

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Marchers aligned with the Justice for Trayvon Martin movement called for a federal civil rights action to be filed against George Zimmerman in Phoenix on Monday. Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Matt York/AP hide caption

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'Justice For Trayvon' Movement Struggles To Find Focus

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Walking With You Makana
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We Will Never Be As Young As We Are Tonight The Calm Blue Sea
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Preserving Balanchine's Ballet Legacy, 30 Years Later

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Over the course of nearly five decades, Van Dyke Parks has released an album under his own name roughly every five years. His latest, Songs Cycled, is a nod to his similarly titled solo debut. Henry Diltz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Van Dyke Parks Lights Up Songs From Inside

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Jump! Van Dyke Parks
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Ex-Rep. Lindy Boggs: Advocate For Women, Dedicated To Family

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