Bo Hamby Bo Hamby is a producer and director at Morning Edition.
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Bo Hamby

Bo Hamby

Production Assistant, Morning Edition

Bo Hamby (he/him) is a producer and director at Morning Edition. His career in journalism started at KCRW in Los Angeles, where he spent a couple years reporting on local news before heading to the Columbia Journalism School. In 2018, he joined the Morning Edition staff. Since then, he's produced over a hundred Up First episodes, traveled to El Paso and Juarez to cover immigration and interviewed celebrities for a series of stories on their favorite artwork of the decade. He was born and raised in Singapore.

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Iroquois Nationals player Lyle Thompson (right), at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in 2015, said of the exclusion: "It was a disappointment and sort of boiled my blood." Scott McCall/One Bowl Productions hide caption

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Ireland Lacrosse Bows Out Of 2022 World Games So Iroquois Nationals Can Play

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Black Sabbath circa 1970. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years Ago, Black Sabbath Found Its Sound And Took Metal Worldwide

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Teacher Alisha Morris created an interactive tracker of coronavirus in schools, current through Aug. 23, including this map, created by another volunteer. The National Education Association will now take on updates to the database. US schools tracker/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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How Many Coronavirus Cases Are Happening In Schools? This Tracker Keeps Count

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A chain-link fence lock is seen on a gate at a closed Ranchito Elementary School in the San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles on July 13. Amid spiking coronavirus cases, the Los Angeles Unified School District is implementing a testing contact tracing plan. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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School Nurses To Play Big Role In Eventual Reopening Of In-Class Learning In LA

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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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Marc Rebillet performs at Saturn Birmingham on May 7, 2019 in Birmingham, Ala. David A. Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Musician Marc Rebillet Is Using Drive-In Theaters To Go On A Socially Distant Tour

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Dee Dee Bridgewater is a member of a new group called the Jazz Coalition. It seeks to pay out-of-work jazz musicians to produce new music while they're unable to gig. Eva Hambach/Getty Images hide caption

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Without Live Music, A New Commission Fund Seeks To Help Jazz Artists

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Roommates Klaus Stroink, Guillem Boltó and Rai Benet are writing and recording a new song from their Barcelona apartment every day while the city is under coronavirus quarantine. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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They Were Roommates: Meet The Band Writing Songs From Its Quarantined Apartment

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Stir-fried mantou buns with cumin and chili. Food bloggers Stephanie Li and Christopher Thomas have eaten the small steamed bread often while on lockdown during the coronavirus outbreak. They had been working on a recipe for the buns before the virus hit, so they had a large supply of the ingredients. "Wanted a new way to finish it up, so stir frying it is," they wrote on their food blog. Stephanie Li and Christopher Thomas/Chinese Cooking Demystified hide caption

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In China, Quarantine Challenges Cooks To Get Clever

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