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Lindsay Johnson, photographed for NPR, 22 January 2020, in Washington DC.
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LA Johnson

Art Director and Illustrator

LA Johnson is an art director and illustrator at NPR. She joined in 2014 and has a BFA from The Savannah College of Art and Design.

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Thursday

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COMIC: To prevent digital eye strain, give those peepers a little love

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Thursday

Mark Kistler, aka Commander Mark, stars in a new documentary, The Secret Cities of Mark Kistler, that tells the story of Kistler's legacy and how it all happened. Corgan Pictures hide caption

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Learning to love to draw with Commander Mark, the Bob Ross of drawing

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Tuesday

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How to find a bra that fits: An illustrated guide (and printable zine!)

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Saturday

Claire Montegut (second from right), 16, and Anika Zhou (right), 17, are members of the Space Cookies, a FIRST Robotics Competition team composed of all Girl Scouts. Here they fix their robot's roller "claw" designed to pick up cones and cubes to score points. Mark Leong for NPR hide caption

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Wednesday

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The Women Behind the Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Friday

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Friday

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COMIC: How living on Mars time taught me to slow down

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Friday

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COMIC: One Sioux chef's attempt to reclaim Native American cuisine

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Wondering what to wear? This visual guide will help you cultivate your personal style

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Monday

COMIC: How a computer scientist fights bias in algorithms

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Monday

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COMIC: Heartbreak can literally break your heart!

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Friday

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COMIC: How to be single

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Before classes begin for the day, elementary music teacher Penelope Quesada gathers her most commonly used cleaning supplies and places them around the classroom in places of convenience. Natosha Via for NPR hide caption

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Friday

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COMIC: Director Jon M. Chu's long journey from home videos to 'In The Heights'

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