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Week In Music: Taylor Swift's New Deal And Zayn Malik's Cover Of A Bollywood Hit

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Librarian Nancy Pearl Picks 7 Books For Summer Reading

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The Unusual Success Of The 'Wallace The Brave' Comic Strip

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'In The Dark' Examines Death Row Case Of Curtis Flowers

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Actors Josh Stamberg (son of NPR's Susan Stamberg) and Joanne Kelly as Arthur Miller and Inge Morath in Fall. T. Charles Erickson hide caption

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'Fall' Examines Playwright Arthur Miller's Secret Son

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Despite Its Title, 'The Year Of Spectacular Men' Is Mostly About Women

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'Radio Dodo' Creates Bedtime Stories For Syrian Refugees

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A Case Study In How To Apologize For A War Crime

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Want Your Child To Eat (Almost) Everything? There Is A Way

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Along with his trusty puppet, Daniel Tiger, Fred Rogers explained a complex world to kids in terms they could understand. His goal, says filmmaker Morgan Neville, was to "allay fear and promote love." Focus Features hide caption

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Mister Rogers Talked Frankly With Kids About 'Grown-Up' Issues That Weren't

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Alberto Giacometti didn't sculpt heroes on horseback; he depicted everyday humans — and animals — struggling to get through the day. Above, his 1951 bronze sculpture Dog (Le chien). Cathy Carver/Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden/Smithsonian hide caption

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Giacometti's Sculptures Bare The Scars Of Our Daily Struggles

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Miguel Clarinha has been managing the shop for nine years alongside his cousin, Penelope. He believes the secret to its success is keeping the bakery a family-owned business. Rebecca Rosman/NPR hide caption

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Only 6 People In The World Know The Recipe For Portugal's Famous Tarts

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