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A Poem For Those Who Dropped The Ball On New Year's Resolutions

As 2020 rang in, there were inevitable promises to diet, exercise and save money. Poet Kwame Alexander shares a community poem of audience-submitted couplets inspired by broken New Year's promises.

Can't Talk Now Handbook
End Credits Handbook
Auld Lang Syne European Parliament Members
Shiny Wooden Toy Clive Carroll
Eliza's Eyes Clive Carroll
Vikings The Water
Disconnection Notice Sonic Youth
Rain on Tin Sonic Youth
Rainbows To The End Zone Sam Spence
Round-Up Sam Spence
Lewisburg Allora Mis
Thin Air Allora Mis

During a visit to StoryCorps in New York this month, brothers Raymond (left) and Derrick Storms talk about how they opened up to each other later in life and unexpectedly built a close relationship. Rochelle Kwan for StoryCorps hide caption

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'I Just Needed Help.' How 2 Brothers Opened Up To Forge A Bond In Adulthood

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Step In Step Out Blue Dot Sessions
Dropped Ticket Blue Dot Sessions
1999 [Instrumental] Common feat. Sadat X
A Hundred Moons GoGo Penguin
Raven GoGo Penguin
Wild Were the Waves Signal Hill
The Edge of Forever Signal Hill
Friday I'm in Love The Imaginary Trio

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