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In a first, male artistic swimmers will be able to compete in major global events

Saturday, July 22, 2023

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with artistic swimmer Bill May about competing in the World Aquatics Championships and the Olympics, both of which are now allowing male artistic swimmers to participate.


A COVID bout meant bringing together family and a gay partner they knew as a friend

Sunday, June 19, 2022

A severe case of COVID-19 disabled Carl Dudley of Decatur, Ga. The 68-year-old must confront his sexuality and deep insecurities to create a new future for himself and his family.


Scottish star Emeli Sande celebrates renewal and rebirth on new album

Sunday, May 08, 2022

Ayesha Roscoe speaks with singer Emeli Sande about her new album, "Let's Say For Instance."


Under new ownership, 'Ebony' magazine bets on boosting Black business

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Ebony magazine is turning 76 years old. With new owners, the legacy publication is rebooting to reach and uplift Black audiences with a focus on financial literacy and building wealth.


Billie Eilish Can't Wait To See The Future

Sunday, August 01, 2021

With lyrics poking at the ways young women are scrutinized and exploited, Happier than Ever finds Eilish in some dark corners — but the pop supernova tells NPR she's got lots to feel hopeful about.


NPR Exclusive: Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph on Haiti's Future

Friday, July 16, 2021

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Claude Joseph, the interim prime minister of Haiti, who was about to be replaced the day of the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.


Weekend Edition Student Film Showcase: Watch Standout Student Films

Sunday, July 04, 2021

Each week in July, Weekend Edition is talking to student filmmakers about their projects. We found exceptional short films from filmmakers across the country.


Hester Ford, Oldest Living American, Dies At 115 (Or 116)

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Ford died at home in Charlotte, N.C. She lived through the 1918 pandemic, the Great Depression, both world wars, Jim Crow, the civil rights movement and the COVID-19 pandemic.


Noah Cyrus On Growing Up In Public And 'The End Of Everything'

Sunday, May 24, 2020

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to the singer-songwriter about stepping out from under her family's shadow, the end of the universe and the influence of her grandfather's gospel music on her songs.


Animal Shelters Urge Humans Confined To Home By Coronavirus Outbreak To Adopt

Sunday, March 29, 2020

As states issue stay-at-home orders, animal shelters have had to close their doors. They're coming up with new ways to find homes as they brace for an onslaught of puppies and kittens.


'Dangerous Melodies' Examines Classical Music And American Foreign Relations

Saturday, December 14, 2019

A new book explores the relation between a few key figures in American classical music and U.S. foreign policy in the 20th century.