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Mano Sundaresan is a producer at NPR.

He joined in 2019 as an NPR Music intern and cut his teeth for several years at All Things Considered, where he helped launch the artist interview series Play It Forward. He currently produces Louder Than A Riot and The Limits With Jay Williams. His favorite piece he's worked on is a profile of Zoomer sensation PinkPantheress.

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The best music release in July includes albums by (from top left, clockwise) Maggie Rogers, Caterina Barbieri, Beyoncé, Bear1Boss and Johnny Gandelsman. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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NPR's favorite music of July, from thundering pop to ecstatic electronics

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Journalists and supporters hold signs as they protest the murders of their colleagues Lourdes Maldonado and Margarito Martinez in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. The sign says, "Journalism at risk. Don't kill the truth." GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Reporting on your colleagues' murders changes how you work

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Journalist killings in Mexico raise concerns among colleagues

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Remembering trailblazing fashion designer Thierry Mugler, dead at 73

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Céline Vidal uncovering the ash layer above Omo 1 remains at Omo-Kibish. Christine Lane hide caption

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A prehistoric eruption has helped recalibrate our timeline of human origins in Africa

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Disability rights advocates meet with CDC director Walensky

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Scientists determine age of some of the oldest human bones

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Americans didn't count down the new year until the 1970s

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Why we count down on New Year's Eve (and why it wasn't always the case)

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How Dan Bongino is building a right-wing media empire on his own terms

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