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Who Do You Think You Are? Turtle Island String Quartet
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GET OUT THE SHOVEL THE HENRYS
Ceremony Martin Tillman
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Mindless Ale Möller
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Asma Karim (far left), headmistress at a primary school in Baghdad for children who have lost at least one parent, sits with students in March 2008. Iraq lacks the resources to take care of children left orphaned by its brutal civil war and ongoing insurgency. Karim Kadim/AP hide caption

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Violence Haunts Iraq's Youngest Victims Of War

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The headquarters for Amish newspaper The Budget in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Kiichiro Sato/AP hide caption

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Medium, And Message, Hold Steady For Amish Paper

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SUGAR SHUFFLE USQ

Donna Corleone: Jacki Weaver (right, with Sullivan Stapleton) plays the matriarch of a Melbourne-based crime family in a performance that critic Bob Mondello hails as hard to top for its sheer cold-bloodedness. John Tsiavis/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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'Animal Kingdom': It's A Dog-Eat-Dog World

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Sarabande Yo-Yo Ma
TRIO SONATA IN C MAJOR: VIVACE PALLADIAN ENSEMBLE
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Hall rests during a recent patrol in Ali Abad, in northern Afghanistan, with a platoon of soldiers who live with the Afghan national police. Quil Lawrence/NPR hide caption

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His Last War Unfinished, Top Sergeant Exits Afghanistan

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Dance of Angels Øystein Sevåg
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No Blue Thing Ray Lynch

In 1983 Issac Bonewits founded Ar nDraiocht Fein: A Druid Fellowship, which pushed for a public tradition of Neopagan Druidry. Ava Francesca hide caption

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Longtime Paganism Leader And Lecturer Dies

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Revolting Children Matilda
Notting Hill Gate Euphoria
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Dawgwood David Grisman
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Rebecca James (right) discusses Yurok baskets with National Museum of the American Indian research specialist Cara Fama. The Smithsonian Institution returned more than 200 sacred artifacts to the Yurok Indian tribe in Northern California. Courtesy of the Yurok Tribe hide caption

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Yurok Tribe Celebrates Reclaiming Sacred Artifacts

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Dream Catcher Tom Larson
wade in the water charlie haden & hank jones

"Mora Piya" comes from the soundtrack of the Bollywood blockbuster Rajneeti. Courtesy of Prakash Jha Productions hide caption

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The Spin: Mumbai's Hit Is 'Mora Piya' From 'Rajneeti'

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Looks Like a Duck Psychograss
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