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Syeda Jafri, Communications and Media Services Agent with Rialto Unified School District, talks about The Ritz Gala Saturday, February 11. Ricardo Carlos, Multimedia Marketing Innovator with Rialto USD, shares their Body, Sole, and Spirit project.
A repurposed school bus from Control Group Productions' climate change-focused immersive theater experience, <em>The End.</em>
Katie Weisberger
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Control Group Productions
With ticket sales way down and government relief mostly at an end, business as usual is not an option for nonprofit performing arts groups.
Beyoncé accepts best dance/electronic music album for <em>RENAISSANCE</em> during the 65th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. The prize gave her 32 Grammys, the most of any artist in the awards' history.
Emma McIntyre
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Getty Images for The Recording Academy
With four new prizes tonight, the megastar has now won more Grammys than any other artist in the awards' 65-year history. But Harry Styles took home the evening's biggest prize.
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND HEALTH FROM NPR
Louise Salant (right), 72, and her aunt Eileen Salant (center), 86, both got very sick with COVID-19 in 2020. And as Eileen developed long COVID symptoms, so too did Louise, who struggled with fatigue and shortness of breath while also managing her aunt's care. Nearly three years later, home health aides like Elfnesh Legesse (left) help Louise take care of her aunt.
Gabriela Bhaskar for NPR
When a case of COVID-19 morphs into the mysterious, chronic condition known as long COVID, the specialists, appointments, medications and daily need for family care can overwhelm everyone involved.