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Football As A Tool In The Hands Of A Master Craftsman

Our 50 Great Teachers series profiles a football coach who's made academics ... and a sense of family ... part of his winning strategy.

Diamonds Ben Howard
Stranger In Town Pat Metheny

Marie Mutsuki Mockett says the Japanese tradition of Tōrō nagashi — lighting floating paper lanterns in honor of loved ones — reminded her that she was not alone in her grief. Alberto Carrasco Casado/Flickr hide caption

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After Father's Death, A Writer Learns How 'The Japanese Say Goodbye'

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Ruby, My Dear Thelonious Monk
Workin' Woman Blues (Tiny Desk Concert Performance) Valerie June
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Age of Consent New Order
Bone Chaos in the Castle Kaki King
Beat Me Till I'm Blue Blow Up
Ganapati Om Kashi Kirtan Chanters
Bassala Hot

Jack Mandelbaum, a Holocaust survivor from the Polish city of Gdynia, poses in front of a photograph showing him as a youth. Tobias Schwarz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Holocaust Survivor, Spared From Gas Chamber By Twist Of Fate

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All Things to All Men The Cinematic Orchestra
Worth Everything Ever Wished For ... The End Of The Ocean

Holocaust survivors light candles during a ceremony at the Asociacion Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) building for Holocaust Victims Memory Day in Buenos Aires, the site of a deadly bombing two decades ago. Alejandro Pagni/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On Holocaust Day, Argentina's Jews Despair Over Deaths, Old And New

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Your Hand In Mine Explosions in the Sky
Taliat Malat/La noble belle fille/The Beautiful Girl
Daydream Tycho

The California Aqueduct carries water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to Southern California. It is one of four aqueducts in the region that glide across the San Andreas Fault. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Southern California's Water Supply Threatened By Next Major Quake

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Busy Earnin' Jungle
Cumbia Empresarios

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Football As A Tool In The Hands Of A Master Craftsman

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Go On Jack Johnson
Might as Well Whistle Ant Neely

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