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Eight-year-old twins Kenley (left) and Anakin Gupta have struggled with loneliness during the pandemic, but the isolation has been much more acute for Kenley. Beth LaBerge/KQED hide caption

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Pandemic Takes Toll On Children's Mental Health

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Peter Guralnick at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2015. His latest book, Looking to Get Lost: Adventures in Music and Writing, is a collection of essays. Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hide caption

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Peter Guralnick Is 'Looking To Get Lost' In The Stories Of American Music Icons

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The Tough Road To Rebuild A Historic Cabin, Memories After Wildfire Ruin

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Accordion players Marc Savoy and Corey Ledet are musicians in South Louisiana who play traditional Cajun and Zydeco music. Some bands are struggling to survive and missing the culture that they help to sustain. Lily Brooks for NPR hide caption

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COVID-19 Hits Hard For South Louisiana's Cajun Musicians

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Colorado Middle School Goes Extra Mile To Help Students Not Logging On To Class

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Minneapolis Group Is Growing Food To Protect Members From Effects Of Racism, Disease

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Alaska Brewpub Owner On How He Hopes To Keep His Business Open As Winter Arrives

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Scientists Want To Bring Loons Back To Massachusetts

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Her Daughter Was Taken By ISIS 6 Years Ago. Now She May Have Found Her

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Will Afghanistan Force Female Soccer Players From The Field For Peace With Taliban?

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Lorraine Bracco purchased an abandoned home in Sambuca di Sicilia, Italy, for a single euro. She chronicles her renovation efforts in My Big Italian Adventure on HGTV. HGTV hide caption

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Actor Buys A Crumbling Home For 1 Euro And It Turns Into A 'Big Italian Adventure'

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Masked pedestrians enjoy Central Park earlier this year. The New York destination now has a site-specific soundtrack courtesy of composer Ellen Reid's Soundwalk app. Cindy Ord/Getty Images hide caption

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Central Park Is Alive With The Sound Of Music, Thanks To A Site-Specific App

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German Supermarket Chain Lidl Builds Store On Historic Medieval Dublin Site

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Donnel Baird stands in front of a building where his company, BlocPower, has installed energy-saving heating and solar panels. "Solar panels aren't just for rich people, or for White people. They're for everybody," Baird says. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Fighting Climate Change, One Building At A Time

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The "box for wishes/suggestions for the universe," first appeared in Montreal in April. Emma Jacobs/NCPR hide caption

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A Suggestion Box For The Universe

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Cosmos Karaoke is a lively karaoke bar in the middle of Namie, a small city that is slowly reopening after the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident devastated the area. Minza Lee (right) is the driving force behind the bar. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A Karaoke Bar Is Helping A Japanese Town Come Back To Life After Fukushima Disaster

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Glacier mice in Iceland. Ruth Mottram hide caption

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Herd Of Fuzzy Green 'Glacier Mice' Baffles Scientists

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Austin Tracks The Rise In Temperatures In Its Neighborhoods

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Gloria Vanderbilt attends an exhibition of her artwork at New York's 1stdibs Gallery in 2012. Ilya S. Savenok/WireImage/Getty Images hide caption

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Artist, Heiress And Designer Gloria Vanderbilt Dies At 95

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Robin Mongoyak and his young son enjoy the sunshine out on the southern edge of Utqiaġvik. Ravenna Koenig/Alaska's Energy Desk hide caption

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After 2 Months, The Sun Rises In The Northernmost U.S. Town

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Two grizzly gears at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Mont. Most bears are relocated to the center when they or their parents have issues with or become too comfortable interacting with humans. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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As Grizzlies Come Back, Frustration Builds Over Continued Protections

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