Easter Gospel

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Friday, March 21, 2008

Leonard DJs his annual Easter gospel music special! Also: one woman's return to the homeless shelter she had lived in as a teenager. Hear about the new Broadway revival of Sondheim and Lapine's "Sunday in the Park with George." And on Please Explain, find out how NPR shapes its news and political coverage.

Leonard’s Easter Gospel Special

Join Leonard for his annual Easter gospel music special. Here’s the playlist:

”Take the Lord Along With You,” Alex Bradford (music played under billboard)
“One Day,” Angelic Gospel Singers and the Dixie Hummingbirds
“The Hammer Rings,” Mmr. Edna Gallmon Cooke
“Salvation is Free,” Mahalia Jackson

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Return to a Homeless Shelter

Janice Erlbaum lived in a homeless shelter as a teen. Twenty years later, she returned there to work as a volunteer. She writes about her return in a new memoir, Have You Found Her?

Event: Janice Erlbaum will be speaking and signing books
Friday, March 21 at 7 ...


Please Explain: NPR

NPR says that its mission is to present "fair, accurate and comprehensive information and selected cultural expressions for the benefit of, and at the service of our democracy." That's easier said than done.

Find out how NPR shapes its news and political coverage, who makes judgment calls on a daily ...

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Sunday in the Park with George

The new Broadway revival of Sondheim and Lapine's "Sunday in the Park with George" is "great art," according to Ben Brantley of the New York Times. Daniel Evans and Jenna Russell co-star. It's a Roundabout production, and it runs through June 15 at Studio 54, 254 W. 54th St. (between ...


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