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Dance

These NBA Dancers Spin, Shimmy And Twerk. And They're All 50 Or Older

Some things get better with age. Just ask the members of the Wizdom, a dance team for the NBA's Washington Wizards who are all 50 years old or older.

Good Neighbor Settlement House in Brownsville, Texas, is helping recently released migrants by offering them a meal, shower and some new clothes before journeying up north to await their day in immigration court. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Shelters And City Governments Scramble To Help Migrants In The Rio Grande Valley

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Guidance Thievery Corporation
I Still Want You Ivy

George Berzsenyi mentored thousands of high school students in mathematics. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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A Math Teacher's Life Summed Up By The Gifted Students He Mentored

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Quicksilver Philharmonie
Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles Short Stack & Shortstack

College Campus Tries Out Robot Delivery

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Salvador Dalí­'s idea for a Marx Brothers movie was never made — but it's been resurrected as a graphic novel. Quirk Books hide caption

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Salvador Dalí Meets The Marx Brothers In 'Giraffes On Horseback Salad'

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Ridin' High Benny Goodman
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Raise My Rent David Gilmour
714 Wishbone Ash

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These NBA Dancers Spin, Shimmy And Twerk. And They're All 50 Or Older

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Shake Your Groove Thing Peaches & Herb

Before it closed March 1, the 25-bed Columbia River Hospital, in Celina, Tenn., served the town of 1,500 residents. The closest hospital now is 18 miles from Celina — a 30-minute or more drive on mountain roads. Blake Farmer/WPLN hide caption

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Economic Ripples: Hospital Closure Hurts A Town's Ability To Attract Retirees

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Grey Sky Bright Sybarite

Onwuachi cooks in the kitchen of his D.C. restaurant, Kith and Kin. His food encompasses a range of African, Caribbean, African-American and other influences. Noah Fortson/NPR hide caption

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Chef's Memoir Tackles What It's Like To Be Young, Gifted And Black In Fine Dining

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The Man Who Keeps Fenway Park Running

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Big Wild Bottles His Challenges And Curiosities Into Debut Album

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Joypunks Big Wild

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