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Try as she might, Bram Stoker's widow couldn't kill 'Nosferatu'

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

The world's first vampire movie premiered 100 years ago. After a long copyright battle, Florence Stoker, widow of the author of Dracula, asked for all copies of Nosferatu to be destroyed. Were they?

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Encore: Defining T. Rex album came out the same year NPR debuted original programming

Thursday, December 16, 2021

NPR celebrates its 50th anniversary remembering other events in 1971. The band T. Rex overhauled their musical style and released Electric Warrior, an album that became the cornerstone of glam rock.

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Defining T. Rex Album Came Out The Same Year NPR Debuted Original Programming

Friday, September 24, 2021

NPR celebrates its 50th anniversary remembering other events in 1971. The band T. Rex overhauled their musical style and released Electric Warrior, an album that became the cornerstone of glam rock.

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'The Making Of Biblical Womanhood' Tackles Contradictions In Religious Practice

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Biblical womanhood is a pervasive concept among evangelicals. A new book by historian Beth Allison Barr argues those ideas may be more secular than scriptural.

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How Rodney Scott Learned To Cook – And Went For It, Whole Hog

Monday, March 29, 2021

Pitmaster Rodney Scott describes his lifelong journey as a chef and his hope for the future. "I want to take over the world with barbecue," the James Beard Award winner tells NPR.

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Don't Swat This Bug. It Might Be A Robot On A Rescue Mission

Thursday, March 04, 2021

Scientists are trying to build a tiny drone with the agility of a mosquito. These light but strong flying robots could be used in critical situations, such as finding people in a collapsed building.

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Kevin Macdonald, Ridley Scott Join Forces For Another 'Life In A Day'

Thursday, February 04, 2021

The crowd-sourced documentary Life In A Day 2020 explores life around the world on a single day: July 25, 2020. It is a sequel to the first version that was done a decade ago.

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A New Album Re-Creates The Work Of The 1st Known Female Composers In America

Friday, July 24, 2020

Women rarely received credit for their creative work in Colonial America. But with a new album, one scholar is reviving the works of the women who lived and composed at the Ephrata Cloister.

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We Are Repeating The Discrimination Experiment Every Day, Says Educator Jane Elliott

Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Elliott created the blue-eyes/brown-eyes classroom exercise in 1968 to teach students about racism. Today, she says, it's still playing out as the U.S. reckons with racial injustice.

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