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Once-Dilapidated City Train Stations Enjoying A Renaissance
Cities like St. Paul, Minn., and Denver are revitalizing old union stations with brewpubs and cafes. It's part of an effort to spur downtown development and attract young adults and baby boomers.
In 10 Songs, A Pair Of Brothers Beat Tracks Across History
Ethan Johns' sophomore album, The Reckoning, follows the tale of two brothers as they travel across the 1850s American frontier.
A Virtual Outbreak Offers Hints Of Ebola's Future
As the Ebola outbreak rages in West Africa, it is also unfolding — in a virtual sense — inside the computers of scientists trying to predict how far the outbreak will spread and when it will end.
British Comedians Take A 'Trip To Italy' And Make Fun Of Each Other
In the sequel to The Trip, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon drive around Italy, instead of England, and engage in lively banter. The film isn't freighted with ambition, but it's extremely enjoyable.
Two Tenors Inspired By A Saxophone Colossus
Fresh Air critic Kevin Whitehead reviews two albums by Thelonious Monk jazz competition winners: Melissa Aldana and Joshua Redman.
How 'The Knick' Creators Capture Turn-Of-The-Century Operating Scenes
The drama is set in a New York hospital in 1900, when surgeons were developing new techniques. Series creators Jack Amiel and Michael Begler and medical historian Stanley Burns talk about the show.
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