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Paris Art Pop-Up Offers Migrants Community And Creativity Amid Time Of Uncertainty

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The Road Warriors Take The Idea Of A Travelling Sports Team To The Extreme

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A (very literal) mountain biker makes a base jump in Moab, Utah in the documentary Mountain. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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It's Not Just The Thin Air That's Breathtaking: The Documentary 'Mountain'

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One of many vineyards in the French wine making region of Bordeaux. Chinese investment in the region is changing wine production and exports. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Chinese Lovers Of French Wine Are Snapping Up Bordeaux Vineyards

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Medusa Brewing Company co-founder Keith Sullivan checks on the beer in the brewing area. "There are very few big breweries that have this family, community, connected feel. That's what we're selling," he says. Courtesy of Medusa Brewing Company/Elise Meader hide caption

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The Next Big Thing In Beer Is Being A Small Taproom

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Mowing the lawn can be good exercise, and is fun for some people. But others who find themselves squeezed for time might find the luxury of paying someone else to do it to be of much more value than buying more stuff. Kristen Solecki for NPR hide caption

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Need A Happiness Boost? Spend Your Money To Buy Time, Not More Stuff

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