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Suitgate And Extreme Sports: An Olympic Wrapup
The Winter Olympics are officially drawing to a close. NPR's Robert Smith, Tamara Keith and Sonari Glinton join NPR's Rachel Martin to talk about how the games have gone.
Megaband Formed On Craigslist Becomes The Family Crest
There are big bands and then there are really big bands, like The Family Crest, which features around 300 players. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with lead vocalist Liam McCormick about the band.
Fed Up With Harassment, Author Reveals Her Cyberstalker
Melissa Anelli is the author of Harry, A History, a best-selling book about Harry Potter from J.K. Rowling's series. And for more than five years, she has also been the victim of a cyberstalker.
A 'Tale' That's A Labor Of Love, But Not A Complete Success
Book fans can be picky about how Hollywood treats their favorite reads. How does a new movie of Marc Helprin's Winter's Tale fare? (This story originally aired on Morning Edition on Feb. 17.)
Helprin's 'Winter Tale' Brought To Life On Silver Screen
This futuristic love story is based on Mark Helprin's novel. The strength of Winter's Tale is the chemistry Jessica Brown Findlay and Colin Farrell create in their shamelessly romantic scenes.
Director Says 'Omar' Is A Love Story, Not A War Story
In Hany Abu-Assad's Oscar-nominated drama, the title character is a young Palestinian in love with an Israeli woman. NPR's Rachel Martin spoke with the director and with Adam Bakri, the film's star.
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