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Taylor Alexander, who owns Baltimore clothing store Flawless Damsels, celebrates its recent reopening. A no-interest loan and online fundraiser helped her reopen the shop after it was looted in April's riots following the death of Freddie Gray. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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For A Baltimore Boutique Owner, A 'Joyous' Reopening After The Riots

Baltimore clothing shop Flawless Damsels is one of the more than 400 businesses damaged in last spring's riots. The shop recently reopened and was bustling, though that's not the case everywhere.

Hot No Ho The Lions & Lions
Nuits de Saint Germain des Pres Django Reinhardt
Hours Tycho
Crimewave Crystal Castles
Caminos The New Gary Burton Quartet

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Fears Of Marijuana 'Monopoly' In Ohio Undercut Support For Legalization

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Bend The Black Seeds
Wata Wasuri Tito Puente

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'Slow Down And Be There': Lizz Wright On Singing To The Present

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To Love Somebody Lizz Wright
Just Ain't Me Tommy Guerrero
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Taylor Alexander, who owns Baltimore clothing store Flawless Damsels, celebrates its recent reopening. A no-interest loan and online fundraiser helped her reopen the shop after it was looted in April's riots following the death of Freddie Gray. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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For A Baltimore Boutique Owner, A 'Joyous' Reopening After The Riots

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Like a Ghost in Your Own Life Ulrich Schnauss
No Vacancy Bostich + Fussible

Outreach coordinator Sonny Weahkee (left) talks with a restaurant customer about health insurance for Native Americans in Shiprock, N.M., in early August. Heidi de Marco/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Spreading The Word: Obamacare Is For Native Americans, Too

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Safari Strut Whitefield Brothers
Uncle Ace Blood Orange

Republican presidential candidate and Sen. Marco Rubio speaks during a campaign stop in New Hampshire last week. When he started the race, he said recently, "the only people that thought I could win were all in my house. Four of them were under the age of 10." Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Is Marco Rubio The Candidate Republicans Date But Don't Marry?

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Tea Legs The Transatlantics

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Tree Counter Is Astonished By How Many Trees There Are

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Tokyo After Midnight Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra
Cosmic Florian Weber

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Hillary Clinton's Fight For Gefilte Fish

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Brother Bru Wil Blades & Billy Martin
Pata Pata (Skata Skata) The Skatalites

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