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Did you see that new Van Gogh painting?

Apparently there are lots left to discover.

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Program: All Things Considered
Playtime: 4 minutes 16 seconds

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Restoration, Art

Army Suicides Outpace Combat Deaths.

NPR reports that Army suicides in January were the highest since they started counting (1980).

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Program: All Things Considered

Using Cotton Candy to Save Lives?

Dr. Jason Spector joins All Things Considered to talk about how cotton candy is being used to make complex vascular architecture - a web of tissue for transplants and other medical uses.

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Program: All Things Considered
Date: February, 2009

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Science, Technology

What Poverty?

Ever wonder why politicians these days always talk about helping the Middle Class but not about helping the poor?  FDR sought to lift Americans out of poverty.  LBJ had a War on Poverty.  So what happened?  NPR Daniel Schorr considers the question in this commentary.

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Program: All Things Considered
Playtime: 2 minutes 31 seconds

Subversive Ring Tones

NPR story about banned ring tones in Tibet.

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Producer: Anthony Kuhn
Program: All Things Considered
Playtime: 4 minutes 32 seconds
Date: February, 2009

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Technology, Politics

Today is the 46th anniversary of the Hula-Hoop patent

The inventor, Richard Knerr, died last year and NPR's All Thing Considered had this rememberance.

They also featured this report in 2005 about "the 20 and 30 somthing hipsters who have taken up the activity..."

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Producer: David Isay
Program: All Things Considered
Date: January, 2009