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Dr. Rodgers talks about the importance of citizens getting involved in government meetings.
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Virtuoso guitarist, singer, and composer Charo talks about her life, career, and her music.
Janice Chang for NPR
October loan payments will still be due, but an extended shutdown could impact customer service.
The famous Sycamore Gap tree along Hadrian's Wall in northern England is seen in June, at top, and the new landscape on Thursday after someone cut the tree down.
Oli Scarff
AFP via Getty Images
The famous tree in northern England is believed to have been around 200 years old. Efforts are under way to salvage it through regrowth or grafting — or starting over from a new seed.
<em>Curfew (Likoni March 27 2020)</em> by Kenyan-British painter Michael Armitage,<em> </em>was inspired by an attack on ferry passengers by paramilitary police in Nairobi. The painting hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Jonathan Muzikar
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Kenyan-British artist Michael Armitage painted Curfew after a violent flare-up in Mombasa, Kenya, during the early days of the pandemic. One art critic calls it a "modern masterpiece."