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Mandevilla Fred Hersch Trio
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Communist Friends Kaki King
Felucca Pullman
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A Dress To Impress: Elvis (Kenneth Nkosi) and Ayanda (Zandile Msutwana) must endure a host of obstacles -- car troubles, ex-boyfriends, an errant goat -- before they can celebrate their White Wedding. The Little Film Co. hide caption

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'White Wedding' Celebrates Love, South African-Style

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Seu Jorge And Almaz: Double Billing, One Album

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Revolting Children Matilda
Potato Hole Booker T. Jones & Booker T
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Bienvenido Josh Rouse

The architect's rendering of the porch of the recently renovated Stoddert Elementary School in Washington, D.C. Courtesy of Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects & Engineers hide caption

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Critics Say LEED Program Doesn't Fulfill Promises

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Baby Teeth Karate
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LOW Dylan Leblanc
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Jay and Ann Birdwell of Still Hollow Farm in Greeneville, Tenn., with their two granddaughters. The Birdwells hope the girls will eventually take over the farm. Noah Adams /NPR hide caption

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Century Farms: A Slice Of History, Threatened

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Angel Younder Mountain String Band

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Think Music Heals? Trombone Player Begs To Differ

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Humminbyrd Marty Stuart

Iraq's candid camera strikes. Targets of the joke were stopped at a security checkpoint in Baghdad and accused by soldiers of carrying a bomb. The popular, Punk'd-style TV show raised concerns among Iraqi officials. Al-Baghdadiya TV hide caption

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'Punk'd'-Style Show A Hit, And Amiss, In Iraq

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Revolting Children Matilda
Two Face Ticklah & Victor Axelrod
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