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  • A People's Book Club for New Yorkers

    The Gracie Book Club kicks off on May 17 with Bright Lines, a novel by Brooklyn author Tanwi Nandini Islam.  

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  • Have We Lost the Art of Conversation in Our Digital World?

    The Leonard Lopate Show

    We're talking about the effect of technology on face-to-face communication and the power of conversation on today's Please Explain. 

  • Mayor de Blasio Says He Stuck to Law, But Some Laws Need Changing

    The Brian Lehrer Show

    Mayor de Blasio says his team has been "exacting" in following campaign finance laws, and the media should focus on getting to the bottom of why he's been targeted for common practices.

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  • The 4 Worst Movies of The Modern Era

    The Takeaway

    What makes a zero-star movie? How does a movie become something worse than bad? Find out here.

  • Review: Sol LeWitt Collected the Art of Everyone But Sol LeWitt

    Some of the best art collections are put together by artists who swap work with each other. A new exhibit at the Drawing Center presents the works LeWitt gathered over time.

  • JFK Sings on the Moon

    Studio 360

    A new opera imagines how John F. Kennedy spent the night before his assassination.

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  • A Glimpse Of Listeners' #NPRpoetry — From The Punny To The Profound

    It was a simple idea: Would you, our listeners, tweet us poems for National Poetry Month? Your response contained multitudes — haiku, lyrics, even one 8-year-old's ode to her dad's bald spot.

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  • Millennials, We Hardly Know You

    Money Talking

    What you think you know about Millennials might be wrong. Here's the truth about those 29-year-olds, and how they're affecting the economy.

  • Social Media Buzz: 'Dads Don't Babysit' And #EndGunViolence

    Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss stories currently getting traction on social media.

  • Cracker Jack's Prize In The Box Will Now Be Digitized

    All Things Considered

    Frito-Lay is upending its tradition of including a physical prize with the peanut-and-popcorn treat. Now you'll get a QR code to scan for "mobile digital experiences." Cracker Jack fans aren't amused.

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