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There are about 16 vinyl press plants still operating in the U.S. While there were about 9 million vinyl records sold in the U.S. overall last year — that's just a sliver of total album sales.
Montgomery County, Pa., subsidizes assisted living for about 20 older people. The Intelligencer in Doylestown reports the man man sold liquor to fellow residents and used the profit to pay for a date.
A Labrador Retriever named Saydee recently completed training, and now she's able to detect illegally caught fish. She made her for bust: 2 men in Bridgeport, Ct., had taken undersized striped bass.
A Pew survey shows the share of Christians in the U.S. is declining, and the number of adults who don't identify with organized religion is growing.
The Barack Obama Foundation announced Tuesday the bid from the University of Chicago — in the president's adopted home town — beat out proposals from Hawaii, New York and another Chicago university.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to producer Filip Jan Rymsza and director-actor Peter Bogdanovich about the 40-day crowdfunding campaign to complete The Other Side of the Wind.