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Get A Glimpse Of Labor, Leisure And Everyday Life In Paris' Belle Époque

In the decades before World War I, French artists began painting scenes of ordinary life — on the street, at work, at home, in clubs and cafes. Their work elevated common acts into fine art.

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Unfamiliar Wind (Leeks Hills) Brian Eno

A protester holds a sign reading "The Oceans Are Rising But So Are We" at an Amazon employee walkout in Seattle, as part of the Global Climate Strike on Sept. 20, 2019. At some companies, employees are putting increasing pressure on their bosses to act on climate change. Chloe Collyer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises

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Ka Lo, a member of the Marathon County Board in Wausau, Wis., spoke about the Trump administration's immigration policies at a Feb. 13 rally in the city. Rob Mentzer/Wisconsin Public Radio hide caption

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Hmong Leaders Rally Against Trump Administration Deportation Push

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Get A Glimpse Of Labor, Leisure And Everyday Life In Paris' Belle Époque

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Mark Hollis was the lead singer of Talk Talk, a band known mostly for its 1984 hit "It's My Life." NPR's Guy Raz argues that Hollis' songwriting shines more on later tracks like "Ascension Day." Dr. Space / Flickr Creative Commons hide caption

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Revisiting Talk Talk, A Band Worried About Being A 'Laughing Stock'

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