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Russian Band Pompeya Finds Safety In English-Language Lyrics
Yes there are other bands from Russia besides Pussy Riot. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Daniil Brod, lead singer for Pompeya, who says they wanted to create music that's sunny, light and fun.
Remembering the Skyway Bridge Disaster: 'This Is Not Explainable'
We remember a deadly accident on Florida's Sunshine Skyway Bridge 35 years ago Saturday. We hear from survivors and find out what changes were made after the crash of a ship onto the bridge.
'Fairytales Exist': Migrants Get A Football Team Of Their Own
Host Scott Simon reports that a soccer team of African migrants, formed by a priest, has reached the top of its league in Italy's Calabria region.
Three Generations Of Le Pens Fight For Party's Future
The people of France are bemused and entertained by family squabbles at the top of the far-right National Front.
Deflategate — Or Ballghazi? — Throws Shade On The Week In Sports
The "deflategate" investigation is finally out, but where does it leave the Patriots? NPR's Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN about the Pats' legacy, and what might be next for Tom Brady.
TV And Hollywood Pattern-Maker Sells A Three-Decades Cache
Exciting and colorful Hollywood treasures turn up at the estate sale of a woman who made patterns for renowned costume designers Edith Head and Bob Mackie.
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