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For Jukebox Salesman, Collecting Records Isn't Just A Job: It's A Hobby, Too

Jukeboxes Unlimited owner Don Muller has been selling machines since '71, and he's sold them to the likes of Steve Martin and Mick Fleetwood. But his collection of over 400,000 records isn't for sale.

My Diamond Is Too Rough Ryan Bingham

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For Jukebox Salesman, Collecting Records Isn't Just A Job: It's A Hobby, Too

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Come Softly to Me The Fleetwoods
Black Dog Wind (Rose of Roses) Hiss Golden Messenger

Actor and illustionist Geoff Sobelle calls his one-man show The Object Lesson a "meditation on our relationship to things, and to objects and stuff." Craig Schwartz/Courtesy of The Center Theatre Group hide caption

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Out Of 'The Object Lesson,' An Education In The Power Of Kept Things

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Practicing resuscitation techniques on a mannequin is just the start of trauma training at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville. Workers there also learn to take a moment together after every patient's death to silently reflect. Kara Lofton/WMRA hide caption

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Trauma Workers Find Solace In A Pause That Honors Life After A Death

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Sandstorms, Explosions, Potatoes, Oh My: 'Martian' Takes Its Science Seriously

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Sonnysphere Sonny Rollins
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