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NPR News: Satirist Takes Berlin Holocaust Memorial Selfie-Takers To Task

Satirist Takes Berlin Holocaust Memorial Selfie-Takers To Task
A Berlin-based Israeli satirist tweaks selfies taken at the memorial to elicit discomfort — and reflection. The memorial, he says, is “not just another backdrop for goofy selfies.”

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NPR News: Nico Muhly's 'Mathematical, Organic And Achingly Beautiful' Philip Glass

Nico Muhly’s ‘Mathematical, Organic And Achingly Beautiful’ Philip Glass
The young composer recalls his teenage discovery of Music In 12 Parts — listening on a Discman while walking in New York — and how it later energized his own compositions.

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NPR News: Ásgeir Announces New Album, Shares 'Unbound'

Ásgeir Announces New Album, Shares ‘Unbound’
Ásgeir’s first album is owned by one in every 10 people in Iceland and became a huge hit worldwide. Hear the first song from his follow-up, which has an intriguing electronic sound.

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Do Blind People (both congenital and later-onset) See In their Dreams?

No matter what the psychological message, my dreams are almost entirely visual and auditory. Every once in awhile I’ll have a dream that includes a physical sensation, like my stomach dropping as I ride down an elevator. 660 more words

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NPR News: Suspended 'Saturday Night Live' Writer Apologizes For Tweet About Barron Trump

Suspended ‘Saturday Night Live’ Writer Apologizes For Tweet About Barron Trump
Writer Katie Rich has apologized after an attempt at humor that resulted in her indefinite suspension, a person familiar with the situation says.

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How much costs a trader failure and how to protect yourself from unwanted losses?

World markets are quite cruel for traders, as well as trade was not only beyond the lucrative, but also gave the matter a great burden of responsibility. 1,161 more words

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