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The Story Of 'Whittier Blvd.,' A Song And Place Where Latino Youth Found Each Other

One of the first Chicano rock bands, Thee Midniters were often called East L.A.'s Beatles. Their instrumental track "Whittier Blvd." was a regional smash that pointed to a coming cultural movement.

Bad Bunny Solo De Mi
The Telephone Song Charles Bradley

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Science Summit Denounces Gene-Edited Babies Claim, But Rejects Moratorium

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Rebirth of Cool DJ Cam Quartet
Sugah Daddy D'Angelo and the Vanguard
Copperfield Joe Corfield

Jim Calhoun retired from the University of Connecticut in 2012, but has now returned to the game as the head coach of a NCAA Division III program in West Hartford, Conn. Frankie Graziano/Connecticut Public Radio hide caption

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'Seduced By The Game' - Hall Of Fame Coach Returns To The Court

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Bottom of the Bucket Hot 8 Brass Band
Yenyeri Mombasa
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Scientists Improve Mood By Stimulating A Brain Area Above The Eyes

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Why Is The Chinese Government Trying To Buy A School In New Jersey?

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Sad Nile Polyversal Souls
Dame Tu Mano Combo Chimbita
Stay for the Freak Emperor Penguin
Bird's Lament Moondog
Why Like This Teebs
When They Fight They Fight Generationals
Chilean Sunset LRKR

Kristen Philman first tried methamphetamine in her early 20s, as an alternative to heroin and other opioids. When she discovered she was pregnant, she says, it was a wake-up call, and she did what she needed to do to stop using all those drugs. Theo Stroomer for NPR hide caption

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Another Drug Crisis: Methamphetamine Use By Pregnant Women

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Eagle Moon Blended Babies
Les Apaches (feat. Moth Equals) The Cancel

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The Story Of 'Whittier Blvd.,' A Song And Place Where Latino Youth Found Each Other

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Whittier Boulevard The Ventures
Yes, I've Been Crying Lavelle White

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