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Artist Guadalupe Maravilla photographed in one of the galleries of his show "Tierra Blanca Joven" on view at the Brooklyn Museum. Christopher Gregory for NPR hide caption

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For the artist Guadalupe Maravilla, sound is healing

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The suspected gunman in the New York City subway shooting has been arrested

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16 people are injured after New York City subway shooting

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New York Police Department on Tuesday identified Frank James as a person of interest in the subway shooting investigation. Officials say the 62-year-old rented a U-Haul van linked to the attack, which has injured nearly two dozen people. NYPD hide caption

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NYPD identifies a person of interest in the Brooklyn subway shooting

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Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma and Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton in season two of Bridgerton. Liam Daniel/Netflix hide caption

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Danielle Lindemann, author of True Story: What Reality TV Says About Us. Cyndi Shattuck/FSG hide caption

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'True Story': Danielle Lindemann on 'What Reality TV Says About Us'

In this special new episode of It's Been a Minute, we share a conversation Sam Sanders recorded about one of his favorite things: reality TV. He's joined by Danielle Lindemann, author of True Story: What Reality TV Says About Us, to discuss the genre's origins in Real World and Survivor, how reality TV influences our culture, and why we should all take the genre more seriously.

'True Story': Danielle Lindemann on 'What Reality TV Says About Us'

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Two people sitting on a bench wearing protective masks using their phones as the coronavirus continues to spread across the United States on March 27, 2020 in New York City. Cindy Ord/Getty Images hide caption

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Cuban vocalist Daymé Arocena (above) and Puerto Rican vocalist iLe are featured in this week's show. Pablo Dewin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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From the archives: vibrant conversations with artists Daymé Arocena and iLe

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Business owners Isha Joseph, Khadija Tudor, and Hekima Hapa outside their business on Tompkins Ave. in BedStuy, Brooklyn. Makeda Sandford for NPR hide caption

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Black business ownership is higher than pre-pandemic. Women are driving that growth

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Melvin Blackman is a retired teacher who taught a young Notorious B.I.G in preschool. Mr. Blackman stands on St. James Pl. the block Biggie grew up on in his childhood. Russell Frederick for NPR hide caption

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He died 25 years ago, but Notorious B.I.G is still synonymous with Brooklyn

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The number of Black-owned businesses is increasing, driven by women

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Vocalists Lila Downs (pictured), Li Saumet and Ana Tijoux are featured in this week's show. Marcela Taboada/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Celebrating Women's History Month with three powerful Latinas

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Vocalist Betsayda Machado's Afro-Latinx culture is explored in this week's show. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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From the archives: A deep dive into Afro-Latinx culture

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Ukrainian Americans watch the Russian invasion of Ukraine unfold from afar

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