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Music From The Show

Four Tet, “Circling”
The Damn Quails, “California Open Invitation”
The American Dollar, “War On Christmas”
Miles Davis, “Maiysha”
Beach House, “Myth”
Tommy Guerrero, “Organism”
Luke Kirkland, “My Southern Guides”
Lifeformed, “Run, Don’t Walk”
B. Fleischmann, “Aldabaran Waltz”
Debruit, “Nigeria What?”

Sam Prekop, “Magic Step”
Caveman, “A Country’s King Of Dreams”
Daft Punk, “Something About Us”
Mark Knopfler, “Let It All Go”
Steve Earle, “Way Down In The Hole”
Apollo Brown, What You Need”
Atlas Sound, “Te Amo”
El Ten Eleven, “Sorry About Your Irony”
The Fall, “No Bulbs”
DIIV, “(DRUUN)”
Spoon, “Everything Hits At Once”


Robin and Jeremy

Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.

August 21 21 Comments

The Challenges Of Recruiting An All-Volunteer Army

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"Does the clarinet stop a bullet or does it feed a child or does it rebuild a destroyed home?" Kinan Azmeh asks. "Of course it doesn't. But... it can inspire."

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James Foley Remembered For His ‘Extraordinary Courage’

U.S. officials have confirmed the authenticity of a video showing the beheading of the American journalist.

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L.A. Moves To Arrest Fewer Misbehaving Students

The change in the school district's policy is the culmination of a long fight by judges, government officials, advocates and attorneys.