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Public Service Broadcasting drew on historical film footage to tell a story of a Welsh mining boom on the new album Every Valley. Dan Kendall/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Something Old, Something New: Public Service Broadcasting On History And Storytelling

J. Willgoose, Esq. says his band's band's practice of repurposing historical films and broadcasts is less an exercise in nostalgia than a way of "reframing the past."

In 2015 Aspen, Colo., reached 100 percent renewable energy powering of its electric utility. "Getting the last 25 percent was a huge challenge for us," says Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron. Grace Hood/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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It's Not Easy, But Aspen Moves Toward 100 Percent Renewable Energy

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Public Service Broadcasting drew on historical film footage to tell a story of a Welsh mining boom on the new album Every Valley. Dan Kendall/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Something Old, Something New: Public Service Broadcasting On History And Storytelling

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Watching Foreign Movies Is Illegal In North Korea, But Some Do It Anyway

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The Justice Department and Attorney General Jeff Sessions are considering a request from county officials in Memphis, Tenn., regarding federal oversight of the juvenile court system there. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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'Let Local People Solve Local Problems,' Memphis Says In Bid To End DOJ Oversight

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