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At their StoryCorps interview in Las Cruces, N.M., in March 2020, Melanie Dunne, left, and Marissa Miranda remembered the late Cpl. Josh Dunne. Zazil Davis-Vazquez for StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

Remembering A Veteran Who Put Aside His Struggles For Others

The late Marine Cpl. Josh Dunne struggled with service-related traumatic brain injury and severe PTSD. At StoryCorps, his wife and sister-in-law remember his inspiring spirit and boisterous energy.

Eric Carle stands with large cutout of the iconic image from his children's book, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar," at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Mass. Jonathan Wiggs/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Eric Carle Brought Light and Color To Our Lives

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True Colors - Piano Instrumental Attila Fias
Chicago Boy - Instrumental Justyayy (Org. by Ari Lennox)

President Jimmy Carter signs emergency natural gas legislation in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 2, 1977. An oil crisis contributed to a period of double-digit inflation in the 1970s. AP hide caption

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Think Inflation Is Bad Now? Let's Take A Step Back To The 1970s

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Le monde avait 5 ans Bernard Fevre

At their StoryCorps interview in Las Cruces, N.M., in March 2020, Melanie Dunne, left, and Marissa Miranda remembered the late Cpl. Josh Dunne. Zazil Davis-Vazquez for StoryCorps hide caption

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Remembering A Veteran Who Put Aside His Struggles For Others

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A day in Port-Royal Ending Satellites
Still Young Evenings
Take Me Out To The Ballgame (King Curtis) King Curtis
Games People Play King Curtis
Somewhere in April Jose Neil Gomes, Erik Truffaz
Banksia Phil Stroud
Ithaca Mammal Hands

Bretto Jackson runs a program called Leaders Become Legends in Portland, Ore. He and a partner mentor people involved in gun violence and help them get jobs in green energy. Jay Fram/Jay Fram hide caption

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Startup Helps Those Affected By Gangs And Gun Violence Find A Way Out

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This Song Was Appropriated Dufresne

After more than a decade away from the recording studio, Nnenna Freelon returns with Time Traveler, an album she describes as a love letter to her late husband. Chris Charles/Origin Records hide caption

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Jazz Singer Nnenna Freelon Works Through Grief With New Album And Podcast

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Time After Time Terence Blanchard & Nnenna Freelon
Time in a Bottle Nnenna Freelon

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