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Frank Sinatra and Lauren Bacall have a drink at Musso & Frank Grill in 1957. Frank Worth, Courtesy of Capital Art/Getty Images hide caption

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Celebrities Need Comfort Food Too: A Hollywood Hangout Turns 100

Musso & Frank Grill opened before there was a Hollywood sign. Since 1919, stars, studio heads and writers have settled into the restaurant's red leather banquettes to negotiate, gossip, and eat.

Kim has been living at the Epiphany Center, a treatment facility in San Francisco for women struggling with addiction, for the past six months. She says her teddy bear is her only material possession left from her past: "Because everything I had, I've lost over and over again." April Dembosky/KQED hide caption

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As Meth Use Surges, First Responders Struggle To Help Those In Crisis

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Mahlana Graham — champion from the U.S. Virgin Islands — recites at this year's Poetry Out Loud competition. James Kegley hide caption

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These High Schoolers Have A Passion For 'Poetry Out Loud'

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Celebrities Need Comfort Food Too: A Hollywood Hangout Turns 100

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Iraq War veteran Peter Farley (center), with his former interpreter Wisam al-Baidhani (left) and another Iraqi interpreter in Baghdad in 2009. Courtesy of Peter Farley hide caption

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Trump Administration Has Drastically Dropped Visas For Afghan And Iraqi Interpreters

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