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Andrew Craig

Andrew Craig

Director/Associate Producer, Weekend Edition

Andrew Craig is a journalist from Denver, Colorado. He loves to learn about the world and tell stories that raise critical questions and inspire empathy. A graduate of Yale University (BA '14) and The University of Texas at Austin (MA '18), he began working for NPR in 2019. His hobbies include reading, people watching and exploring new places.

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Saturday

In a first, male artistic swimmers will be able to compete in major global events

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Saturday

Love, good karma and a bit of old-school funk are ingredients for a happy life, says Kali Uchis. Cho Gi-Seok hide caption

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On Kali Uchis' soulful new album, love has many dimensions

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Sunday

A COVID bout meant bringing together family and a gay partner they knew as a friend

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Sunday

Sunday

The Blossoms release new album 'Ribbon Around The Bomb'

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Saturday

Electropop star BANKS got into music after feeling "unheard"

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Saturday

Stromae, photographed performing on Aug. 27, 2010 in Hannover, Germany. The pop star released his third album, Multitudes, on Mar. 4 2022. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Stromae channels the complexity of humanity in long-awaited album 'Multitude'

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Saturday

Years & Years new album 'Night Call' is frontman Olly Alexander's solo project

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Sunday

Ebony Magazine

Under new ownership, 'Ebony' magazine bets on boosting Black business

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Friday

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Composer Huang Ruo gives voice to the dark history of Angel Island

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Sunday

Billie Eilish's second album, Happier than Ever, is out now. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Billie Eilish Can't Wait To See The Future

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Friday

NPR Exclusive: Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph on Haiti's Future

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Saturday

Hester Ford (center) celebrates her birthday in 2019 with her family members. Ford died last Saturday at 115 or 116. Tanisha Patterson-Powe hide caption

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Hester Ford, Oldest Living American, Dies At 115 (Or 116)

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Sunday

Noah Cyrus' new EP The End of Everything incorporates contemporary pop, country, the gospel music of her grandfather and is inspired by a YouTube video about the end of the universe. Brian Ziff/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Noah Cyrus On Growing Up In Public And 'The End Of Everything'

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Sunday

Saturday

Van Cliburn moves through difficult passage in the final round of Tchaikovsky International Piano & Violin competition on April 11, 1958 in Moscow. AP hide caption

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'Dangerous Melodies' Examines Classical Music And American Foreign Relations

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