The world's large archive of theatre recordings; AP's first-ever democracy editor : Here & Now The world's largest collection of live theatre recordings turns 50 this year. To celebrate, the New York Public Library, which curates the massive collection, is welcoming guests to its new exhibit called "Focus Center Stage." Curator Patrick Hoffman joins us. And, several news organizations are developing new teams to report on threats to democracy. The Associated Press' first-ever democracy editor Tom Verdin joins us.

The world's large archive of theatre recordings; AP's first-ever democracy editor

The world's large archive of theatre recordings; AP's first-ever democracy editor

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The world's largest collection of live theatre recordings turns 50 this year. To celebrate, the New York Public Library, which curates the massive collection, is welcoming guests to its new exhibit called "Focus Center Stage." Curator Patrick Hoffman joins us.

And, several news organizations are developing new teams to report on threats to democracy. The Associated Press' first-ever democracy editor Tom Verdin joins us.

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