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John Ruskey, owner of Quapaw Canoeing Company in Clarksdale, Miss., paddling down the mighty Mississippi River. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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River Guide Wants People To Paddle The Mighty Mississippi, Not Fear It

Few people that live in the Mississippi Delta ever go out on the river. John Ruskey, owner of Quapaw Canoeing Company, wants to change that and get people connected with this wild place.

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River Guide Wants People To Paddle The Mighty Mississippi, Not Fear It

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Foxygen is Sam France (left) and Jonathan Rado; the duo's latest album is called Hang. Cara Robbins/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Its Latest Album, Foxygen Keeps A California State Of Mind

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