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NPR Story
3:00 pm
Mon December 26, 2011

Gingrich And Paul On The Stump

Originally published on Mon December 26, 2011 4:28 pm

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ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

And now to the most repeated words on the campaign trail, what the candidates say in their stump speeches. All this week, we'll hear from the Republican presidential candidates through some of their own words and ideas on the campaign trail. First up, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. In one speech in Columbia, South Carolina, last week, after praising the food, Newt Gingrich moved on to what he said he will do to create jobs. His plan, he says, is based on the economic ideas of Ronald Reagan.

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The Record
12:00 pm
Mon December 26, 2011

Skylar Grey: And The Hits Keep Coming

Skylar Grey.
P.R. Brown Courtesy of Universal Music Group

Originally published on Tue December 27, 2011 2:41 pm

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Music Interviews
4:13 pm
Sun December 25, 2011

A Jazz Pianist's Cinematic 'Fantasy'

Harold O'Neal's new album is Marvelous Fantasy.
Luke Kaven Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Sun December 25, 2011 5:06 pm

Harold O'Neal is a jazz pianist with an unusual resume. Born in Tanzania and raised in Kansas City, Miss., O'Neal is also a hip-hop dancer, martial artist and actor. He's just released a new album with an unusual back story of its own: Marvelous Fantasy is a largely improvised collection of solo piano pieces, an homage to the music of silent films.

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Author Interviews
4:11 pm
Sun December 25, 2011

Bill Cosby Enlists Santa's Staff For A Silent Night

Originally published on Sun December 25, 2011 5:06 pm

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It Was A Good Year For...
2:16 pm
Sun December 25, 2011

Instagram's Winning Recipe: Images And Social Media

Two iPhone screengrabs shows Instagram's filter mode, left, and a shared photo on the app, right.
iTunes

Originally published on Sat February 25, 2012 5:30 pm

There are a lot of photo apps out there for the iPhone. With most of them, you take a picture, put a filter on it and maybe add some lens blur. But many of them don't have a built-in way for you to share the photo.

"When we combined those two key ingredients, we came up with something that became Instagram," says Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom, who is also one if its founders.

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Business
5:14 pm
Sat December 24, 2011

Rapture Or Not, Promise To Care For Pets Stands

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Back in May, followers of Harold Camping were preparing for the coming rapture. For some, that preparation included someone to look after their pets.

At the time, animal lover Bart Centre, the creator of Eternal Earth-Bound Pets, had 259 clients whose pets he promised to look after in the event that they were raptured in the next 10 years. Those clients paid $135 for the first pet and $20 for each additional pet.

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Author Interviews
3:14 pm
Sat December 24, 2011

A Jewish Perspective On The New Testament

Originally published on Sat December 24, 2011 5:15 pm

The New Testament is constantly being re-interpreted from a variety of perspectives. From feminists, to socialists, to traditionalists; there's even a version as seen through the prism of Star Wars.

Well now, you can add to the collection The Jewish Annotated New Testament by Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Zvi Brettler.

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Analysis
3:00 pm
Sat December 24, 2011

2011: The Year In Stories

Originally published on Sat December 24, 2011 5:15 pm

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GUY RAZ, HOST:

From NPR News, it's weekends on ALL THINGS CONSIDERED. I'm Guy Raz.

Thanks for joining us this Christmas Eve. Today and tomorrow, instead of our usual cover story, we'll hear updates from some of the folks who appeared on this program this past year.

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Politics
3:00 pm
Sat December 24, 2011

Ousted By Tea Party, Rep. Inglis Looks Back

Republican Representative Bob Inglis was one of only a few Republicans in the House of Representatives who lost their seats to Tea Party challengers in 2010. Weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz spoke with Inglis, a longtime conservative, just over a year ago before he left Congress. He checks back in with Inglis to find out what he has been up to since he left politics.

Asia
3:00 pm
Sat December 24, 2011

Stain Of Disaster Remains In Some Areas Of Japan

Originally published on Sat December 24, 2011 5:15 pm

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GUY RAZ, HOST:

Ten months ago, reporter Lucy Craft who's based in Tokyo was about to get the story of her career. The earthquake and subsequent tsunami left nearly 16,000 people dead, most of them in northern Japan. Here's a clip from her reporting on that day.

LUCY CRAFT: The scenes of horror playing out on national TV, scenes of biblical proportion, an entire town engulfed in flames. Hundreds of bodies discovered, victims of tsunami waves more than 30 feet high.

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