NPR News: A Jazz Pianist Considers Fidel Castro’s Music Education Legacy

A Jazz Pianist Considers Fidel Castro’s Music Education Legacy
Harold Lopez-Nussa was trained in the formidable classical music education system set up in Cuba after the revolution. He’s among the first of his class to get a deal with a U.S. record label.

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NPR News: Blocking Supplies To Pipeline Protesters Would Be ‘Huge Mistake,’ N.D. Governor Says

Blocking Supplies To Pipeline Protesters Would Be ‘Huge Mistake,’ N.D. Governor Says
Gov. Jack Dalrymple said Wednesday his emergency evacuation order for areas near the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline did not authorize roadblocks or forcible removal of people.

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NPR News: Antarctic Beetle Species Discovery Doubles As Birthday Gift To Scientists’ Mentor

Antarctic Beetle Species Discovery Doubles As Birthday Gift To Scientists’ Mentor
Ball’s Antarctic Tundra Beetle was small and brown, and it has been extinct for millions of years. The scientists who discovered it named it in honor of another beetle scientist’s 90th birthday.

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