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Dan And Claudia Zanes Sing About Justice And Joy On Their New Album For Children

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Family musicians Dan and Claudia Zanes are releasing their first duo album, a collection of original songs that deal with social justice, anti-racism & joy — conceived during the coronavirus pandemic.

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What Top Film Schools Are Doing To Help Diversify Hollywood

Monday, September 20, 2021

The U.S.'s top film schools are prioritizing a diverse student body. The demand for better representation on screen and behind the camera requires a talent pipeline from film schools.

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What Top Film Schools Are Doing To Help Diversify Hollywood

Monday, September 20, 2021

Before the pandemic, diversity training programs were all the rage at movie and TV studios. Now, how are they faring?

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Comedian Norm Macdonald Has Died At 61

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

The Canadian stand-up comedian died from cancer on Tuesday. He was best known for his deadpan humor and work on television shows including Saturday Night Live.

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Faced With Deadline Drama, LA Opera Stages A Construction Sprint

Friday, September 03, 2021

With sets shipped from Europe stuck on a boat that can't dock because of coronavirus disruption, LA Opera went to work building new sets, cramming months of work into ten days.

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Mamma Mia! ABBA Is Back After Nearly 40 Years

Thursday, September 02, 2021

The iconic Swedish pop group ABBA announced that Voyage will arrive in November, with a high-tech virtual concert to follow in 2022.

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For Movie Theaters, A Pivotal Fall Season Begins at CinemaCon

Saturday, August 28, 2021

As cinemas struggle with the ascent of streaming and concurrent digital releases, movie studios gathered in Las Vegas to show-off their splashiest fall films and encourage movie theater owners.

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Time's Up CEO Resigns Over Cuomo Fallout

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Tina Tchen resigned as part of the ongoing fallout over revelations that she and other Time's Up leaders advised former New York governor Andrew Cuomo as he dealt with a sexual harassment scandal.

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United States Barely Edges Out China For Most Gold Medals At Tokyo Olympics

Sunday, August 08, 2021

For the seventh Olympic games in a row, the United States took home more medals than any country. But in the gold-medal race, they just barely edged China.

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The 14 Moments That Swept Us Away At The Tokyo Olympics

Sunday, August 08, 2021

NPR's team in Tokyo put together our favorite moments of the Games, where participants showed their athleticism, sportsmanship, and what motivated them to compete.

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How Troy Kotsur Broke Barriers As A Deaf Actor, On Stage, On Screen And Now In 'CODA'

Sunday, August 08, 2021

The new film CODA tells the story of a hearing daughter living with her deaf family. It represents a breakthrough for deaf representation on screen and it stars acclaimed actor Troy Kotsur.

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Ancient Japanese Martial Art Karate Strikes For First Time At Tokyo Olympics

Saturday, August 07, 2021

Karate is one of the new sports added to the Olympics for the first time at the Tokyo Games. The sport traces its roots to Japan where it was developed 700 years ago.

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The Olympic Debut Of Karate In Tokyo Is A Nod To Its 700-Year-Ago Origins

Friday, August 06, 2021

Karate made its debut at the Tokyo Olympics. It's a sport that traces its roots to Japan and karate experts (and fans) across Tokyo have cheered its inclusion at the Games.

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For Tokyo's Bus Spotters, The Olympics Really Are All About The Journey

Thursday, August 05, 2021

On several street corners around the Tokyo Olympic media press center and at several venues, you find people shooting pictures. Not of the athletes or journalists, but of the buses they ride in.

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Japan Is Golden Again In Tokyo Olympic Skateboarding Competition

Wednesday, August 04, 2021

Japan won its third skateboarding gold in the sport's Olympic debut. 19-year-old Sakura Yosozumi earned gold and 12-year-old teammate Kokona Hiraki won silver. Britain's Sky Brown, 13, won the bronze.

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Olympics-Level Skateboarding Isn't All 13-Year-Old Sky Brown Can Do

Tuesday, August 03, 2021

Skateboarding's youngest Olympian is 13-year-old Brit Sky Brown. Not only is she a skater, she's been on "Dancing with the Stars," recorded a song and music video, and wrote a book about girl power.

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The Japanese Public Begins To Embrace The Tokyo Olympics

Monday, August 02, 2021

For the past year, polls in Japan showed overwhelming opposition to the Tokyo Olympics as the pandemic raged around the world. Now, with the Games underway, some residents are changing their opinions.

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U.S. Women's Basketball Continues Olympic Dominance Against Japan

Friday, July 30, 2021

The U.S. defeated Japan 86-69 in group play. It's a record 51st straight win for the top-ranked U.S. dating to the 1992 Games. The Americans are going for their 7th straight Olympic gold medal.

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Sunisa Lee Claims Olympic Gold And Shows U.S. Gymnastics Has More Than 1 Superstar

Thursday, July 29, 2021

This competition was initially defined by who wasn't competing. U.S. star Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of all time and the heavy favorite to win, pulled out to take care of her mental health.

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Coronavirus Cases At The Tokyo Olympics Continue To Increase

Thursday, July 29, 2021

Olympic organizers say another 24 Games-related personnel have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past day. Since July 1, 193 people linked to the Games have received positive test results.

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