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Goats and Soda

The Brother Went To Fight Ebola. So Did His Sister. Mom Was 'A Wreck'

He's an epidemiologist. She's a nurse. And both of them felt compelled to head off to West Africa to battle the virus.

With All My Love Melanie De Biasio
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Julissa Arce's tourist visa expired when she was 14. She excelled in high school, college and at Goldman Sachs for years before she finally became a U.S. citizen. Morrigan McCarthy for ELLE.com/Courtesy Julissa Arce hide caption

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A Standout Student, A Star At Goldman Sachs — And Undocumented

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Instrumental José González
Trades & Tariffs The Dodos

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The Brother Went To Fight Ebola. So Did His Sister. Mom Was 'A Wreck'

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Freedom House paramedics, who first were deployed in the 1960s, provided a crucial service for Pittsburgh residents. The program became a national model for emergency medical transport and care. Courtesy of University of Pittsburgh hide caption

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How Pittsburgh's Freedom House Pioneered Paramedic Treatment

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Monsoon clouds loom over New Delhi, the city at the center of Raj Kamal Jha's new novel. Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For An Author In India's Capital, 'Hope, In Many Ways, Is Fiction'

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Companions The Dodos
Peace of Mind Shakti & John McLaughlin
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In Selma, director of photography Bradford Young wanted the camera to feel like a participant. "It was just about never retreating, always staying dangerously close to Martin Luther King," he says. Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A Most Vibrant Year For Cinematographer Bradford Young

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David Williams (in the leopard hat) and Jonas Gordon (at right) play their xylophones with the rest of Kentucky's Louisville Leopard Percussionists. Courtesy Tricia Williams hide caption

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Young Louisville Percussionists Love Led Zeppelin — And Jimmy Page Loves Them

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"I think it's a terrible critical sin to try to be different," says Robert Christgau, whose memoir Going into the City is a look back at his five decades of music writing. Joe Mabel/Wikipedia hide caption

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Robert Christgau Reviews His Own Life

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Happy The Rolling Stones
Be by My Side Young-Holt Unlimited

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