A Christmas Tree Fresh From The Sea
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Things To Do If You're Stuck In The Airport
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Constant Consonants
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'Go, Science!'
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Diverse Family Inspires Comedian To 'Laugh Out Loud'
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Guess Who's Coming To (Thanksgiving) Dinner?
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Jeffery Rudell's last Thanksgiving ended at exactly five minutes after 5 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of November 34 years ago. The New York graphic designer and writer told his story at a Moth Story story, which aired on the Moth Radio Hour presented by PRX, the Public Radio Exchange. Courtesy of Christian Weber hide caption

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A Veal Surprise Shatters A Family's Turkey Day
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From Las Vegas, Wayne Newton Plays Not My Job
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Listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour
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Don't Draw A Blank
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'Guiding Light' Star Tina Sloan Plays Not My Job
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Quidditch, the game popularized by the Harry Potter series, is gaining more and more players. Tina Fineberg/AP hide caption

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A Muggle's Dream: Quidditch As A NCAA Sport
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