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Hal Willner in 2011. The producer's final project, created before his death in April, is AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders hide caption

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A Final Bow From Hal Wilner, The Producer With The Golden Rolodex

The beloved producer's last project, created before his death in April from COVID-19, is a tribute to the songwriting of T. Rex frontman Marc Bolan.

Reminisce LAKEY INSPIRED
Find A Way LAKEY INSPIRED
Evermore. Keem The Cipher
Bonds. Keem The Cipher
Sincere Sunset (Nujabes Tribute) Abstrakt Idea

Deb Ibanez, who proudly displays Trump banners and lawn signs outside her home in Aitkin, Minn., is part of President Trump's firm base in this rural part of the state. Ibanez says she's worried about voter fraud and doubts about the outcome of the election. Mark Zdechlik/MPR News hide caption

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Trump's Rural Support Puts Democratic Bulwark Minnesota In Play

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam speaks during a news conference in Richmond, Va. on June 4. Virginia has rolled out a smartphone app to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Virginia Unveils App To Aid Contact Tracing

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Sand & Stone Frameworks
Imagine Gold Frameworks

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As State Fairs Cancel Events, Fair Food Can Still Be On Fans' Menus

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A Final Bow From Hal Willner, The Producer With The Golden Rolodex

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Hippy Gumbo Beth Orton
Intruders The Antlers
In Collusion with the Waves Seas of Years
Stairwell Seas of Years

Emily Garti, a junior studying nutrition, gets her twice-weekly COVID-19 test at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Despite Mass Testing, University Of Illinois Sees Coronavirus Cases Rise

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Surrender To Fait
Slow Glow Fait
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX
Running Through Woodland Message To Bears
Hidden Beneath Message To Bears
Play The Keys (Instrumental) Black Milk
Closed Chapter (Instrumental) Black Milk feat. Mr. Porter
Red Peppers J Rawls

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In Quiet-Loving Germany, Motorcyclists Protest A Possible Ban On Loud Sunday Rides

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