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'Shesh Yak' Explores A Society Torn Apart By The Syrian Civil War
The off-Broadway production is the work of a Syrian playwright trying to sort out the fear and distrust that have torn his country apart. It's written for audiences who only know Syria from the news.
America Loves Smoothies And The Frozen Foods Industry Knows It
Less than a decade ago, American consumers tended to buy frozen fruit as a dessert topping. But the smoothie craze changed how Americans eat frozen fruit — and pushed sales above $1 billion a year.
The Doctor Is In: Eddie Henderson On Life As 'The Funk Surgeon'
A veteran of both music and medicine, Henderson got his first trumpet lesson from Louis Armstrong, played in Herbie Hancock's band and once had Thelonious Monk as a patient.
Fake It Till You Make It, Then Come Clean: A Sportscaster's Big Break
How do you become a sportscaster when you've never done it before? Adrián García Márquez, now La Voz De Los Lakers, faked a demo tape with the help of a Sega console and FIFA '95.
FAA Proposal On Drones Highlights Safety Over Privacy Concerns
The Federal Aviation Administration has unveiled a long-awaited proposal for rules governing the use of small drones. If approved, the rules could expand the use of drones throughout the country.
Phoenix Suns' Two Sets Of Brothers Redefine Sibling Rivalry
Last month, the NBA's Suns made history when for the first time, two sets of brothers played for the same team at the same time. One set of siblings competes with each other, while the other supports.
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