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Dan Wentland, Sherry Wentland, Gwynn Harris, and Randy Harris (left to right) attend services at the Lantana Road Baptist Church on March 8, 2020. The couples have known each other since the 1970s and lived in Paradise, Calif., until the 2018 Camp Fire destroyed their town. Lily Jamali/KQED hide caption

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After California's Camp Fire, Some People From Paradise Put Down Roots In Tennessee

A group of people displaced by the Camp Fire in California moved to an unlikely place far away: Crossville, Tenn. They say the community, the cost of living and the values were the major draws.

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Patrick Ellis worked at Howard University radio station for over 40 years. "He would play music that touched him," says one colleague. "He would play music that he knew touched his audience." WHUR hide caption

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Remembering Radio Host Patrick Ellis, Who Brought The 'Gospel Spirit' To D.C.

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Stay on the Gospel Side Blind Boys of Alabama
So Flows the Current Patrick O'Hearn
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Kenotaph Ben Lucas Boysen
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Ocean Shelf Dan Phelps, Matt Chamberlain & Viktor Krauss
7 Thing Sean Watkins & Matt Chamberlain

Judy Heumann, a founder of the disability civil rights movement, reflects on the changes ushered in by the Americans with Disabilities Act, three decades after it was signed into law. Joe Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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One Laid Groundwork For The ADA; The Other Grew Up Under Its Promises

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Father Amjad Sabbara (left), Mustafa Abu Sway and Yehezkel Cahn incorporate new rituals into Christian, Muslim and Jewish prayer to deter the spread of COVID-19 in Jerusalem's Old City. Daniel Estrin/NPR hide caption

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In Jerusalem's Old City, The Devout Adjust To Worship In The Coronavirus Era

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New Beginnings Yasmin Williams
Silence Toonorth
I Wonder Why Joesef & Loyle Carner

Dan Wentland, Sherry Wentland, Gwynn Harris, and Randy Harris (left to right) attend services at the Lantana Road Baptist Church on March 8, 2020. The couples have known each other since the 1970s and lived in Paradise, Calif., until the 2018 Camp Fire destroyed their town. Lily Jamali/KQED hide caption

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After California's Camp Fire, Some People From Paradise Put Down Roots In Tennessee

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Crooked Hallelujah, by Kelli Jo Ford Grove Atlantic hide caption

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'Crooked Hallelujah' Sings Of Beauty And Trouble Between Mothers And Daughters

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Dreaming, backwards Ella Vos
MIKado Kara

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