Full story - April 18, 2008
Joni Mitchell's song ?Big Yellow Taxi,? from 1970, is the closest thing we've ever had to an environmental anthem. Mitchell told Reese Erlich why she's bothered by ?green? hypocrisy.
Full story - December 31, 2009
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"Swimming Pools" from Thao Nguyen's album We Brave Bee Stings and All.
Full story - December 12, 2008
Uninvited visitors arrive in a new world, seize the land, and take human lives. Native Americans know this scenario well. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky looks into the alien invasion narrative and the historical and psychological baggage that comes with it.
Full story - October 17, 2008
On America's first highways, road signs were hand-painted on wood. When interstates became standardized, so did the typeface. But in all sorts of conditions it still looks fuzzy. Designer Don Meeker helped bring signage back into focus. Produced by Derek John.
Full story - July 30, 2010
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Since the 1950s, Art Rosenbaum has traveled all over the U.S. recording endangered music -- from Appalachian banjo players to Mexican farm workers. Philip Graitcer went with Rosenbaum on a recent recording trip in northern Georgia.
Full story - May 28, 2010
Full story - February 29, 2008
When the Congolese civil war broke out in 1998, the novelist Emmanuel Dongala and his family fled Brazzaville. While he was hiding with 40 others in a house as rockets hissed by and exploded just a few meters away, books became Dongala's refuge. Produced by Michele Siegel.

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