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The Salt

In Cambodia, 'Lucky' Iron Fish For The Cooking Pot Could Fight Anemia

Iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia, is a huge problem in Cambodia. A social enterprise wants to prove that adding a little iron fish to a pot on the stove will make a dent in the problem.

International Date Line Ducktails
Atlantic City Real Estate
Once in Royal David's City Sufjan Stevens
Wild Blue Yonder Carl Matthews and Joe Bevan
Postcards From Italy Beirut

Samuel L. Jackson is one of the stars of Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, which is showing in 100 theaters in 70-millimeter film — a nearly-obsolete premium format. Andrew Cooper/Courtesy of the Weinstein Company hide caption

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Old-School Projection Fans Are Grateful For 'Hateful Eight' In 70 Millimeter

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Snow in New York, for piano Ola Gjeilo
Nebraska (2 pianos)
Jeep Is Jumpin'/Jack the Bear Duke Ellington
O Christmas Tree Tony Thomas
Linus and Lucy Vince Guaraldi Trio

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In Cambodia, 'Lucky' Iron Fish For The Cooking Pot Could Fight Anemia

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Montana Tycho
Awake Tycho
All the Optimism of Early January Lullatone

Capt. Kermit Travers is one of the last African-American skipjack captains. The nearly 60 years he has spent on the water have been without a life jacket — even though he can't swim. Barry Gordemer/NPR hide caption

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A Captain On The Chesapeake Bay, 'Lost' Without A Skipjack

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Octavius Humphries, 32, (left) Seth Smiley, 51, and Seth's mom, Carole Smiley, 81, visited StoryCorps in Atlanta. StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

A Couple's Love Blooms At Christmas

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Wild Blue Yonder Carl Matthews and Joe Bevan
All I Want for Christmas Is You Brooklyn Duo
A Spire Tape
Lit from Underneath
Stompy Jones Duke Ellington
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The History Of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

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Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Sugarplum Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Bond, Matt Dunkley

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