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Emily King performing at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Gabriela Barbieri/WXPN hide caption

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Emily King On World Cafe

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Andrew Bird On World Cafe

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Dublin's Cobblestone Bar Kimberly Junod/WXPN hide caption

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Insode The Cobblestone Bar On World Cafe

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Bell X1's Paul Noonan and World Cafe host Talia Schlanger stand outside of Pablo Picante's where The Dublin Arts Club once stood. Kimberly Junod/WXPN hide caption

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Paul Noonan On World Cafe

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Chieftains peforming for World Cafe at Windmill Lane Recording Studios in Dublin, Ireland Kimberly Junod/WXPN hide caption

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The Chieftains On World Cafe

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Laoise Christian Tierney./Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Laoise On World Cafe

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Pillow Queens Vanessa Ifediora/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pillow Queens On World Cafe

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Loah On World Cafe

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David Keenan sits with a statue of the beloved Irish writer and poet Brendan Behan along the Royal Canal in Dublin. Kim Junod/WXPN hide caption

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David Keenan on World Cafe

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Amanda Palmer inside the World Cafe Performance Studio. Gabriela Barbieri/WXPN hide caption

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Amanda Palmer On World Cafe

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Tenille Townes Jessica Steddom/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tenille Townes On World Cafe

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David Gray On World Cafe

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Neyla Pekarek Liza Nelson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Neyla Pekarek On World Cafe

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The Paisley Underground scene included (from top left clockwise) The Bangles (Autumn de Wilde), Dream Syndicate (Chris Sikich), Rain Parade (Stephanie Beltran), and The Three O'Clock (Chris Haston) Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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The Paisley Underground On World Cafe

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Nicola Meighan plays tour guide this episode of World Cafe's Sense of Place. Alan Braidwood/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nicola Meighan On World Cafe

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