Andrew Limbong Andrew Limbong is a reporter and producer for NPR's Arts Desk.
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Andrew Limbong

Reporter, Arts Desk

Andrew Limbong is a reporter and producer for NPR's Arts Desk, where he reports, produces, and mixes arts and culture pieces of all kinds. Previously, he was a producer and director for Tell Me More. He originally started at NPR in 2011 as an intern for All Things Considered.

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Don Imus Dies At 79

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Benny (left) and Josh Safdie stand with Adam Sandler while filming Uncut Gems. Julieta Cervantes/A24 hide caption

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The Movies Of The Safdie Brothers, Makers Of 'Uncut Gems'

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Ram Dass meditates at the First Unitarian Church in San Francisco in January 1970. Robert Altman/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Ram Dass, Spiritual Teacher And Psychedelics Pioneer, Dies At 88

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Why Author J.K. Rowling Is Facing Backlash From LGBTQ Activists

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Pete Frates, Who Helped Raise Millions For ALS Research, Dies At 34

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Big Bird And Oscar Puppeteer On 'Sesame Street' Dies At 85

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Shelley Morrison, Rosario On 'Will & Grace,' Dies At 83

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Philadelphia, Pa.: The Gang Gives Away The Secrets Of 'Sunny'

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Beloved By Some, Despised By Others, The Font Comic Sans Turns 25

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Robert Evans attends a 2002 book signing for his memoir The Kid Stays in the Picture. J. Emilio Flores/Getty Images hide caption

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The Kid Bows Out: Movie Producer Robert Evans Dies At 89

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Morgan State University Choir Sets The Tone For Remembering Cummings

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Brittany Kaiser, former employee of Cambridge Analytica, stands near the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. on July 31. Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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International Politics Barges Into The World Of Video Games

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Christopher Wylie, a Canadian data scientist, speaks on Aug. 31 at the Antidote festival at the Sydney Opera House about his role in exposing the work of Cambridge Analytica. Fairfax Media hide caption

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