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Music Interviews
4:24 pm
Sun December 21, 2014

Anthony Hamilton Brings Home Holiday Funk

Anthony Hamilton's first Christmas album is called Home for the Holidays.
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Once a pop artist has been working long enough, the Christmas album feels like an inevitability. Soul singer Anthony Hamilton wanted to try it out, but he was wary of falling into cliché and repeating the formulas that have shaped holiday records for years.

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Around the Nation
4:24 pm
Sun December 21, 2014

Questions Linger In Fatal Shooting Of New York City Police Officers

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Latin America
4:05 pm
Sun December 21, 2014

Still Few Answers In Disappearance Of 43 Students In Mexico

Originally published on Sun December 21, 2014 4:24 pm

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Latin America
4:05 pm
Sun December 21, 2014

For Cuban-Americans, A Mixture Of Hope, Betrayal

Originally published on Sun December 21, 2014 4:24 pm

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Around the Nation
4:05 pm
Sun December 21, 2014

A Difficult Road For Abused Children Seeking U.S. Asylum

Originally published on Sun December 21, 2014 4:24 pm

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The Salt
5:26 pm
Sat December 20, 2014

Want To Enhance The Flavor Of Your Food? Put On The Right Music

Researchers at the University of Oxford have been looking for a link between sound and taste.
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Originally published on Sat December 20, 2014 5:40 pm

Here's an experiment: take a bite of whatever food you have nearby and listen to some music, something with high notes. Now, take another bite, but listen to something with low notes.

Notice anything?

Researchers at the University of Oxford have been looking for a link between sound and taste. They've found that higher-pitched music — think flutes — enhances the flavor of sweet or sour foods. Lower-pitched sounds, like tubas, enhance the bitter flavors.

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Food
4:16 pm
Sat December 20, 2014

How Tinseltown Got Tipsy: A Boozy Taste Of Hollywood History

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Originally published on Sat December 20, 2014 5:40 pm

If the bars of Los Angeles could talk, they'd have an awful lot of tales to tell — old Hollywood was full of famously hard drinkers. And while LA's watering holes are keeping their secrets, one author, Mark Bailey, has uncorked a slew of stories from the city's plastered past.

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Latin America
4:06 pm
Sat December 20, 2014

Renewed U.S.-Cuba Ties Could Mean Big Things For Cigar Market

Originally published on Sat December 20, 2014 5:40 pm

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ARUN RATH, HOST:

Think Cuba, think cigars. David Savona is the executive editor of Cigar Aficionado magazine. David, welcome to the program.

DAVID SAVONA: Thanks, glad to be here.

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Latin America
4:06 pm
Sat December 20, 2014

What Do Cubans Think Of Renewed U.S. Relations?

Originally published on Sat December 20, 2014 5:40 pm

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Movies
4:06 pm
Sat December 20, 2014

This Season, Broadway Hits The Big Screen — Twice

Originally published on Sat December 20, 2014 5:40 pm

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