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On 'Junk,' M83's Anthony Gonzalez Reconnects With His Past

"I'm a very nostalgic person," the French musician says. "I just keep looking backwards all the time." The new album draws on the sounds of his roots in more ways than one.

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Paid Family Leave Advocates Celebrate A Big Week, But The Battle's Not Over

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To Access Her Big, Boxy Muse, Photographer Set Her Sights On Allen Ginsberg

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Considered Southern California's premier big-wave surf spot, waves at Lunada Bay can reach up to 20 feet overhead in the winter months. Denise Guerra/NPR hide caption

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Lunada Bay Visitors Want Locals To Let Them Ride The Waves

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Beh paw Gaw is a New Roots graduate and a Karen refugee from Myanmar. Now she has her own three acre farm which she runs with her sister Pay lay, who is also a graduate of the New Roots program. Oluwakemi Aladesuyi/NPR hide caption

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Refugees Plant The Seeds Of A New Community In Kansas City

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On 'Junk,' M83's Anthony Gonzalez Reconnects With His Past

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