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Music Release: Gin Wigmore's 'Blood To Bone'

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"Winter is better. You can't get nothing on a summer day. You can't get no help in the summer. I don't have no place to stay, but I sleep out here sometimes on the streets. I try to make a little money to buy me a little something to eat because I don't like eating out of trash cans. That makes me sick." Joe Rubino/Close Up Baltimore hide caption

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'Close Up Baltimore' Tells Stories Of The City, One Portrait At A Time

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Valentin Danilov, 83, is a former executive officer on a Soviet sub who proudly wears his old Soviet military uniform. Crimeans like Danilov have, without changing their residence, lived in three different countries in the past 25 years — the Soviet Union, then Ukraine and now Russia. Max Avdeev for NPR hide caption

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Russia established the Crimean port of Sevastopol in the 18th century. After the Soviet breakup in 1991, Russia and Ukraine shared the naval base. But Russia has now taken the entire base, including Ukrainian ships. Max Avdeev for NPR hide caption

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In Crimea, Many Signs Of Russia, Few Of Resistance

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Horton Meets A ... Who? Introducing The Kwuggerbug, From Seuss' 'Lost Stories'

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Members of the Bird Ambassadors program painted and planted a broken canoe at a Baltimore charter school in November. The canoe was filled with species native to Maryland, providing food and habitat for local birds. Susie Creamer/Courtesy of Patterson Park Audubon Center hide caption

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'Our Birds': Migratory Journeys Converge In Baltimore Gardens

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Penguin Cheerleaders Added To Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl

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