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Rising Temperatures Kick-Start Sub-Arctic Farming In Alaska

Producers and consumers in southwestern Alaska see one upside to climate change. It's now possible to farm in parts of the tundra where agriculture was unheard of just a few years ago.

The facade of the church San Gregorio Ai Quattro Capi, with an inscription in Hebrew and Latin. The quote comes from the Old Testament Book of Isaiah, complaining about the obstinacy of Jews. By placing that quote there, Catholics distorted the meaning and used it to scold Jews for not converting to Christianity Sylvia Poggioli/NPR hide caption

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'Nostra Aetate' Opened Up Catholic, Jewish Relations 50 Years Ago

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Red Truth Helios
Skylark Interabang?! Made in Heights

Bill Cosby performs during a November 2014 show at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, Fla. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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Bill Cosby Allegations At Center Of Pennsylvania DA Race

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Dog River Esmerine

Lea Hatouni is a Christian living in the predominantly Muslim Middle East. Like so many other Lebanese, she expects to have to leave Lebanon to start her career after college. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Why Lea Of Lebanon Wants To Leave Home: #15Girls

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Aldgate Patterns Little People
Spook Steelism

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The Madonna Of 115th Street Gets A Long-Awaited Makeover

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Stark Goes Green Alan Silvestri
Avengers Alan Silvestri

Paige and Bjorn Bellenbaum pose while on a skiing trip with their two kids, Max, 9, and Ella, 7. After Paige sought help for what she learned was postpartum depression, the Bellenbaums say they feel stronger now. Courtesy of the Bellenbaum family hide caption

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Know The Signs: For Some, Post-Pregnancy Is Anything But Magical

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Gold, Green John Metcalfe
Sycamore John Metcalfe
Amnésie René Aubry

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Rising Temperatures Kick-Start Subarctic Farming In Alaska

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Focus (Rosie's Theme) T-Bone Burnett & The Civil Wars
Sanzhi Pod City Hauschka

Annaleigh Ashford plays the title character — a poodle mix — in Sylvia, at the Cort Theatre in Broadway. Matthew Broderick plays the man who finds Sylvia in Central Park. Joan Marcus/Jeffrey Richards Associates hide caption

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Annaleigh Ashford Barks Up The Right Tree On Broadway

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Hot Sugar Makes Music Out Of Anything And Everything

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Beer Cans and Bubblegum Hot Sugar
And the Walls Came Tumbling Down Hot Sugar

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