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Morning Edition Song Project

Money Mark, Beastie Boys Keyboardist, Has A Timeless Reminder

As part of Morning Edition's Song Project, Mark Ramos Nishita revisited the songwriting routine he implemented at the beginning of lockdown, and which changed dramatically throughout it.

Nautical Kupla & Philanthrope
Chimney Kupla & Philanthrope
Blue Hour Whale Fall
Cast Against Type Whale Fall
True North You. May. Die. In. The. Desert
Floating World Mammal Hands
Rhizome Mammal Hands
Double Space Portico Quartet
Unrest Portico Quartet

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Money Mark, Beastie Boys Keyboardist, Has A Timeless Reminder

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Fight With Love Money Mark
Where It's At Beck

The nine Supreme Court justices will hear arguments Wednesday in a case involving a teenager suspended from her cheerleading squad for the use of profanities on Snapchat while at home. Erin Schaff/Supreme Court/AP hide caption

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At Supreme Court, Mean Girls Meet 1st Amendment

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Kusanagi (Instrumental) ODESZA
White Lies (Instrumental) ODESZA

Heightened security imposed after the Jan. 6 riot looms over President Biden's speech to Congress Wednesday, as does the COVID-19 pandemic. About 200 people will attend the event, which ordinarily would have seen 1,600 people. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Biden's Joint Address To Congress Will Have Smaller Crowds, Less Fanfare

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Juniper Slowly Rolling Camera
Helsinki Slowly Rolling Camera
Giant Henge Javier Vercher/Ferenc Nemeth

Like all viruses, the coronavirus mutates. Above: In this depiction of the the South African coronavirus variant B.1.531, the thin yellow band around the rim of indicates a mutation site. The virus spike (red) is attaching to a human cell receptor (blue). Juan Gaertner hide caption

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Juan Gaertner

People Are Talking About A 'Double Mutant' Variant In India. What Does That Mean?

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Glass & Stone Tor
Heikki Tor
Easy Muffin Amon Tobin

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