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While many people with COVID-19 get over it relatively quickly, Marjorie Roberts has been living with symptoms for months. Marjorie Roberts hide caption

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What It's Like When COVID-19 Lasts For Months

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Makaya McCraven has a unique style where he makes improvised live recordings, then builds on them in the studio. His new album, which uses this method, is called Universal Beings E&F Sides. David Marques/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Drummer Makaya McCraven, The 'Beat Scientist,' Talks About His New Album

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School buses sit parked at a lot in Marietta, Ga., in March. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has pushed for students to return to school in the fall, but the state's largest system, in Gwinnett County, has decided on all-virtual learning. Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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As Georgia Governor Calls To Reopen Schools, Largest District Will Teach Online Only

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Phoebe Bridgers is one of the most prolific young songwriters to emerge in the last several years. Her second solo album, Punisher, is out now. Frank Ockenfels/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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It 'Feels Like A Graduation': Phoebe Bridgers On 'Punisher'

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Allison Loggins-Hull and Nathalie Joachim are two of the artists featured in the Library of Congress' Boccaccio Project, a collection of songs inspired by the coronavirus pandemic. Erin Patrice O'Brien/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A New Library Of Congress Project Commissions Music Of The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Fish Tales Bar & Grill, a restaurant in Ocean City, Md., tries out "bumper tables." Designed by an event production company, they're meant to allow diners to practice social distancing. Katie Kirby/Revolution Event Design & Production/AP hide caption

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Maryland Restaurant Floats Social Distancing Dining Plan: Inner Tube Tables

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Nanny Tries To Figure Out How To Make Up For Lost Work

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I Relied On My Macy's Job To Pay My Bills, Furloughed Worker Says

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The Centennial Bridge over the Mississippi River connecting Davenport, Iowa and Rock Island, Illinois. Davenport's downtown suffered millions of dollars in lost business after flooding last year. Brian Frank for NPR hide caption

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Climate And Floodwaters Are Top Of Mind For Some Iowa Voters

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Based on actual events, the graphic novel Grand Theft Horse tells the story of a trainer who rescues a horse from its villainous owner. Journalist Taylor Haney set out to learn how much of the story is true. Above, a scene from the novel. Courtesy of Greg Neri and Corban Wilkin hide caption

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He Was A Horse That Never Won A Race. So Why Would Someone Steal Him?

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Colorado was recorded in the titular state in a studio sitting at 9000 feet. DH Lovelife/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Legendary Collaboration Continues: Neil Young And Crazy Horse Reunite For 'Colorado'

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Family Of El Paso Victims Speaks Out

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How To Talk With Kids About Violent Attacks In The News

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serpentwithfeet's debut album, soil, is available now. Ash Kingston/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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serpentwithfeet Crafts His Own Language For Queer Life

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Alabama's Special Election Is Now Up To The Voters

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