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Harold Ramis On Working At 'Playboy' And Writing 'Animal House'
The comedy actor, writer and director had co-written and planned to star in the long-awaited Ghostbusters III — but did not get the chance. He died Monday in Chicago at age 69.
'Cut Me Loose': After Exile, A Young Woman's Journey In 'Sin'
Leah Vincent grew up in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish family. They cut her off when she was 16, after she was caught sending letters to a boy. Vincent shares her journey outside the faith in her memoir.
St. Vincent's Eerie Musical Alchemy
Annie Clark says it's not hard for her to wring the beauty from ugly sounds: "That's what's going on in my brain."
Explorers' Aim For Perilous Polar Trek: 'Get Home In One Piece'
Two men broke a record for traveling from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back, on foot. They retraced the steps of a British Royal Navy officer, whose team died on the journey in 1912.
With Leadership Jumble, Ukraine Continues To Transform
A day after Ukraine's president fled the capital, the country's parliament moved to restore order. The question is: What's next? NPR's Arun Rath speaks with correspondent Peter Kenyon in Kiev.
Sochi Olympic Flame Is Extinguished
The last big games of the Olympics, including the gold medal hockey game and four-man bobsled, concluded Sunday. After the closing ceremony, thousands headed for Sochi's tiny airport. NPR's Robert Smith provides a roundup of highlights.
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