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Marco Ambrosini and Jean-Louis Matinier, who respectively hail from Italy and France, are among Betto Arcos' favorite musicians currently testing the sonic limits of the accordion. Daniel Vass /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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DJ Betto Arcos Spices Up The Accordion

The Global Village host is back with a stack of music that tests the sonic limits of the squeezebox.

Hawaii ranks 49th in the nation for use of home health care services during the last six months of someone's life. Videos from ACP Decisions show patients what their options are at the end of life. ACP Decisions hide caption

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Videos On End-Of-Life Choices Ease Tough Conversation

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Zayas is best known for his role as Sergeant Angel Batista on the Showtime drama Dexter. "The one through line of all 8 years of that character was his integrity and honesty," Zayas says. Randy Tepper/Showtime hide caption

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For 'Dexter' Star David Zayas, Acting Was A Long Shot Away

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Palm Springs houses like this represent classic midcentury modern style. Interest in the architecture, art and style of decades past is fueling Palm Springs' rising popularity among younger people. Keith Daly/Flickr hide caption

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Palm Springs Celebrates Its Past, And Tourists Arrive In Droves

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Marco Ambrosini and Jean-Louis Matinier, who respectively hail from Italy and France, are among Betto Arcos' favorite musicians currently testing the sonic limits of the accordion. Daniel Vass /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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DJ Betto Arcos Spices Up The Accordion

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