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The Case of the Tri-Tone Tea Kettle
Letters: Unfortunate Name Coincidence, Narcissism
Letters: Iraq Buildup, Global Warming, Hip-Hop
Finding Binge Absolution in a Do-Si-Do
Heavy Metal Fans Are NPR Listeners, Too
Letters: Illiniwek, Table Legs, Professional Couples
Letters: Illinois Mascot; Tiny Preemie; and Bowling
Letters: Credit for Undocumented Workers, Bittersweet Valentine's
Letters from listeners include praise for a series on the origins of the split between Shia and Sunni Muslims, questions about an interview with Michael Cromartie on religious activism, criticism for a Frank Deford commentary on reaction to gay athletes, a style point on Harvard's first woman president and aversion to the Electric Slide. Also, two corrections: Ted Koppel's essay about President Nixon's trip to China should have identified Chao En-Lai as China's premiere. And in a story about delayed flights out of Newark, N.J., our reporter gave an incorrect location for Stewart International Airport, which is near Newburgh, N.Y., in the Hudson Valley.
Letters: Muslims, Religious Activism, Gay Athletes
The Sounds of Elevators Falling Down
Letters: Douglas Feith, OzzFest, Brian Unger
Your Questions: Student Loans, Home Offices
Letters: Obama, Hooking Up, Emotional Affairs
Backstage Pass: Setting the Pins