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Electric Lady "was this colorful, vibrant space that encouraged you to use your imagination and and inspired new music," says Lee Foster. It's an atmosphere he continues to cultivate in the studios today. Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years Later, Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios Is Still An Artistic Haven

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Sarah Hawkins and Andy Pestana lost their home, farm and several of their animals in the LNU Lightning Complex fire. Andy Pestana hide caption

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'We've Lost Everything': California Wildfire Takes The Home Of A Veteran Firefighter

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Is staying at home giving you pandemic restlessness? Try a new window's view — or explore a new place on a "walk." d3sign/Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Like The View From Your Window? Try Someone Else's

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"I have had a disability since birth. The ADA was signed when I was 3 years old. I could not have blossomed without it," Elizabeth Secor of Denver writes to NPR. Elizabeth Secor hide caption

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In Their Own Words: How The Americans With Disabilities Act Changed People's Lives

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Rutledge Wood hosts the Netflix game show Floor Is Lava, which is shot in an old IKEA warehouse in Burbank, Calif. Adam Rose/Netflix hide caption

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Saucy, Slimy, Super-Secret: Behind The Scenes With 'Floor Is Lava' Star ... Lava

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Rashad Turner founded the St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter in 2015. As a child growing up there, he wanted to help his community by being a police officer. Dante Davison/Rashad Turner hide caption

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Rashad Turner Had Wanted To Be A Cop. He Founded A Black Lives Matter Chapter Instead

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Gaosong Heu talks about reactions in the Hmong community to the killing of George Floyd. Former police officer Tou Thao, a Hmong American, is seen on video of the killing running interference with the crowd and standing watch. His involvement has stirred a racial debate among Asian Americans. Jim Urquhart for NPR hide caption

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For One Immigrant Community, George Floyd's Death Isn't Just About Black And White

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Minnesota state Rep. Ruth Richardson and her son, Shawn, stand outside the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center in St. Paul, Minn. She represents areas south of St. Paul, about 15 miles from where George Floyd was killed. Laylah Amatullah Barrayn for NPR hide caption

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How A Mother Protects Her Black Teenage Son From The World

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Andrew Watt is one of the most in-demand pop songwriters and producers of the moment, with a client list that includes Post Malone, Miley Cyrus and Ozzy Osbourne. Alex McDonnell/The Young Astronauts/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Andrew Watt, Producer In Demand, On Living His Rock Fantasies

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Freitag says her corn salad — from her book, The Chef Next Door — is a simple dish prepared with mostly pantry items. Courtesy of David Malosh hide caption

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Need Help Cooking Through The Coronavirus Pandemic? Chef Amanda Freitag Has Tips

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