Raising Readers: Summer
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Lots Of Fish In The Sea, But One Great White In NYC
A surprise catch-of-the day; straight out of a Stephen Spielberg movie and into a boat right off New York City's 116th Street.
New York's Attorney Hears A Backlash From India
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara answers Indian critics who say he's a "self-loathing Indian." NPR's Scott Simon talks with the top New York City prosecutor about the attacks against him.
New York Streets Become A Recording Studio In 'Begin Again'
A scorned lover and a hapless music producer record an album on the streets of New York in Begin Again, starring Keira Knightly and Mark Ruffalo. Director John Carney speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.
The Underground Rock Stars Of VidCon
Producers, deal makers, and thousands of screaming fans turned out this week for VidCon, the largest conference for online video producers, which wraps up today.
A Comedian Walks Into A Bar ... And Gets Misattributed
In a recent piece on the World Cup, Phil Stark was incorrectly identified as a "wannabe comedian." It turns out that he is actually a professional comedian — and he has a joke to prove it.
An End To Kerfuffles And Questions: Former Press Secretary Reflects
On the occasion of his departure, former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney talks to Audie Cornish about his time spent at the White House podium.
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