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All Things Considered for March 24, 2013

Marriage equality supporters take part in a march and rally ahead of U.S. Supreme Court arguments on legalizing same-sex marriage in New York on Sunday. Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Millennials And Same-Sex Marriage: A Waning Divide

Millennials And Same-Sex Marriage: A Waning Divide

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About half the juvenile offenders released from prison on Rikers Island in New York return within a year, New York City Department of Corrections Commissioner Dora Schriro says. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Goldman Sachs Hopes To Profit By Helping Troubled Teens

Goldman Sachs Hopes To Profit By Helping Troubled Teens

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A group of hobbyists has been tracking the movement of stamped "Where's George?" $1 bills across the country. Prince Roy/Flickr hide caption

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Where's George?: The Trail Of $1 Bills Across The U.S.

Where's George?: The Trail Of $1 Bills Across The U.S.

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Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in a scene from the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing. Archive Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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The Movie Chris O'Dowd Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Movie Chris O'Dowd Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis' first album as collaborators is called Cheater's Game. Cody Hamilton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Partners In Life, Two Country Singers Finally Meet In The Studio

Partners In Life, Two Country Singers Finally Meet In The Studio

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All Things Considered for March 23, 2013

The population of Detroit has dwindled, and now there aren't enough taxpayers to pick up the tab for essential city services. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Can Detroit Return To Its Former Glory?

Can Detroit Return To Its Former Glory?

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Jim Barrett, owner of Chateau Montelena in Napa Valley, holds a bottle of the 1973 chardonnay that won the 1976 Paris Tasting, in 1996. Barrett died Thursday at 86. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Raising A Glass To Jim Barrett, Who Put American Wine On The Map

Raising A Glass To Jim Barrett, Who Put American Wine On The Map

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Pittsburgh fans try to distract Wichita State's Ron Baker as he shoots a free throw during a second-round game in the NCAA college basketball tournament in Salt Lake City on Thursday. The distractions of the tournament are so great that worker productivity suffers. George Frey/AP hide caption

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March Madness: Good For Fans, Bad For Business

March Madness: Good For Fans, Bad For Business

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Classical pianist Simone Dinnerstein (left) and singer-songwriter Tift Merrit collaborate on the new album Night. Lisa Marie Mazzucco/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Merritt And Dinnerstein: Bridging Their Worlds

Merritt And Dinnerstein, A Musical Odd Couple, On Bridging Their Worlds

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