Raising Readers: Summer
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Teaching Swim Lessons Keeps Young Woman's Budget Afloat
Alexis Powers, who lives in Atlanta, recently graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in anthropology. She doesn't have a 9-to-5 job and is hustling to help support herself.
Internet Sales Threaten Shopping Mall Culture
Detroit created the car culture and the shopping mall exists because of that culture. But the shopping mall is partly responsible for Detroit's downfall. Now, the mall is threatened by the Internet.
Expanding Brewers Tweak Local Water To Match Original Taste
Several craft beermakers are expanding, setting up operations in North Carolina. Producing there means brewers must tinker with local water, so the beer's taste remains the same as it does back home.
In Time Of Drought, Arizona's Alfalfa Exports Are Criticized
As the West moves more into a record-setting drought, many are taking a look at how water gets used. Alfalfa grown with Colorado River water is a case study of how and why water gets used as it does.
Robin William's Death Leaves Fans Reminiscing
Robin Williams was found dead at his home in California on Monday. The cause of death is believed to be suicide, according to a statement by the Marin County Sheriff's Office. Williams was 63.
Meet Viv, A More Complex Siri
Steve Inskeep talks to Steven Levy about his story in Wired magazine on the new app created by a team of people that includes the developers of Siri and IBM's Watson.
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