Raising Readers: Summer
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Bruce Hornsby's Modern Classical Moment
The pianist who spent 25 years writing pop hits says he's long been interested in the work of Charles Ives, Arnold Schoenberg and others. Now he's sharing that interest with his audience.
Studying? Take A Break And Embrace Your Distractions
This back-to-school season, it's time to reevaluate a few common assumptions about how best to study. Benedict Carey, the author of How We Learn, says science shows that discipline isn't everything.
Alone In The Wilderness, A Lost Fisherman Fights For His Life
A Sacramento man went on a fishing trip in the California mountains, but lost his way as he searched for bait. After days spent stranded and hungry, he spelled out a cry for help with tree branches.
Generation Gap Divides Local Opinion On Ferguson Protests
In Ferguson, Mo., some younger and older residents have differing views on whether violence among protesters is appropriate and how best to effect change.
Pope's Remarks On Iraq Seem To Support Use Of Military Force
Tess Vigeland speaks with John Allen, associate editor with The Boston Globe, about Pope Francis' recent comments that appear to support the use of force against the the Islamic State.
'Love Is Strange' — And Funny, Hard And Heart-Breaking
Love is Strange stars John Lithgow and Alfred Molina as a couple whose marriage, after 39 years together, is the start of a very complicated story.
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