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Baltimore Residents Wary As Freddie Gray Trials Slated To Begin

The city braces for the trials of six police officers charged in the death of the unarmed black man who suffered a fatal spinal injury after his arrest and transport in a police van last April.

Mose Rager Blues Merle Travis & Joe Maphis
Back in the Saddle Again Merle Travis & Joe Maphis
Golden Hill Tristeza
Girls on Film Kokolo
Somewhere Bill Frisell

Billy Strayhorn (right), born 100 years ago, spent the majority of his career as a composer and arranger for the Duke Ellington Orchestra. David Redfern/Getty Images hide caption

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100 Years Of Billy Strayhorn, Emotional Architect Of Song

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Sunshine of Your Love Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood
Times They Are A-Changin Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood

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Baltimore Residents Wary As Freddie Gray Trials Slated To Begin

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Claudia Anton, with her father, Roger Bessey, and sister, Diana Keough, at their home in 1978. After being diagnosed with AIDS in 1988, Bessey died in 1990. Courtesy of Diana Keough hide caption

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Caught Between Their Dying Parents, Daughters Find Comfort In A Lie

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The Yocha Dehe tribe grows, mills and markets its own extra-virgin olive oil. The tribe's mill uses top-of-the-line equipment imported from Florence, Italy. Courtesy of Lisa Morehouse hide caption

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Native American Tribe Bets On Olive Oil

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It all began with a link on Facebook: Meteorologist April Warnecke says the dress was featured in a post on a broadcast meteorologist page, and it has since exploded in popularity — clearly. Jennifer Myers via Facebook hide caption

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On The Forecast: A High Probability You'll See This Dress

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Swear Moby
Travels Pat Metheny

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