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Writer Paul Solotaroff says climate change is putting the ecosystems of our national parks out of balance. Fish And Wildlife Service via AP hide caption

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Climate Change: Making The Nation's Bears Hungry?

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Sunrise from the Blue Ridge Parkway in Laurel Springs, N.C. Xiaomei Chen/Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Appalachian History Boxed Up In Shuttered Museum

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Colin Stetson takes the bass saxophone to an experimental, atmospheric place on his new album. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Colin Stetson: Horn Of Plenty

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