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Philippe Jaroussky And The Impossibly High Male Voice
The French opera singer takes on the repertoire of a famous 18th-century castrato. Jaroussky cuts a masculine figure on the cover of his new album, but you might do a double take upon hearing it.
When A Lost 'Lunchbox' Leads To Love, A Mistake Becomes A Miracle
When two lonely souls are connected through a misdelivered lunch box, they begin a romance by letters — and by food. Ritesh Batra, director of The Lunchbox, talks about his surprising love story.
Even In A Desert, Drought Spells Trouble For Ranchers
Northern Nevada is feeling the wide-ranging effects of the drought. With grazing land diminishing and feed prices soaring, the cattle industry is reeling.
Corruption Blurs The Lines Of China's Mistress Culture
An anti-vice crackdown in China has targeted mistresses and sex workers as part of a social problem, but mistresses have been an open secret in China for years.
With Russian Military In Crimea, What's Next For Ukraine?
As the Russian military entrenches itself in the Crimean peninsula, NPR's Peter Kenyon reports on the latest news in Ukraine from Simferopol, Crimea's capital.
Putin And Predispositions In The Crimean Crisis
Julia Ioffe, editor at The New Republic, helps to make sense the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
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