Father Figures: Tiny Desk Concert
April 29, 2013 - Brash, zany, brainy, scary and danceable, the New York quintet's music mixes rock and jazz like King Crimson at its fiercest. From the moment the band squeaks its first squawk at the NPR Music offices, it's clear that it's about to conjure up an adventure.
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Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa
Five years ago, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents closed in on a kosher slaughterhouse in Iowa and carried out the largest immigration raid in U.S history. Latino USA host María Hinojosa speaks with filmmaker Luis Argueta, director of “Abused: the Postville Raid,” a documentary about the raid’s impact on immigrant families and on the town.
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“Some water, please?”
“Sure, help yourself.”
Not as certain, not as confident now:
The loaded rifles, shotguns, pistols. Gene Novogrodsky
Comments from the River’s Edge
Brownian motion diffuses love as easily as tea – or so the tea leaves said to me. The Twitter Bard