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University Re-Imagines Town And Gown Relationship In Philadelphia

Drexel University is taking a hands-on approach to redeveloping one of Philadelphia's poorest neighborhoods with a new center designed to serve not just students but mainly local residents.

Zarine Khan (right) and Shafi Khan, parents of Mohammed Hamzah Khan, speak to reporters in Chicago Oct. 9 after a federal hearing for their 19-year-old son, accused of trying to join Islamic State militants in Syria. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Pro-ISIS Messages Create Dilemma For Social Media Companies

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New apartment buildings are replacing empty lots in Mantua, one of Philadelphia's poorest neighborhoods. Will Figg for NPR hide caption

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University Re-Imagines Town And Gown Relationship In Philadelphia

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Walters Clothing carries styles that go back decades and shoes up to size 18. Its outsize selection has earned the attention of NBA stars and hip-hop artists. Eboni Lemon /New Voices Initiative, AIR hide caption

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A Pillar Of Atlanta's Community Also Has An Outsize Shoe Collection

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Fieldale Farms in Gainesville, Ga., says it can't keep enough workers to meet demand for its poultry products, despite paying $16 per hour plus benefits. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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Some Businesses Say Immigrant Workers Are Harder To Find

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There are more than 160 living Hall of Fame football players. The famous busts of the inductees line the walls in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. JW Ogden/Flickr hide caption

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Pro Football Hall Of Fame Tackles Assisted Living Center

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Icehotel is located 120 miles above the Arctic Circle. The temperature outside is well below zero, but inside the hotel — while still, of course, below freezing — it's much warmer, hovering in the low 20s. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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The Arctic Circle's Coolest Accommodations Turn 25 Years Old

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The stars of Parenthood include, left to right, Erika Christensen Peter Krause, Bonnie Bedelia, Craig T. Nelson, Lauren Graham and Dax Shepard. NBC/Justin Lubin/NBC hide caption

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NBC's 'Parenthood' Ends As A Family Drama Built On Small Moments

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Chenjerai Kumanyika worries that having a "public radio" voice won't allow him to sound like himself. Linda Tindal/Courtesy of Linda Tindal hide caption

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Challenging The Whiteness Of Public Radio

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To get the most nutritional bang for your buck, scientists say blending may beat juicing. Aimee Ray/Flickr; Liz/Flickr hide caption

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Blending Vs. Juicing? How To Get The Most Nutrition From Your Fruit

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