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Art Beat With Sean Rameswaram, April 20

Earth Day, Indian dance, and shots from streets the world over.

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Pants Trend Makes A Red-Hot Statement

What is up with all the red pants lately? Audie Cornish turns to Nick Sullivan, fashion director of Esquire Magazine, to find out. Sullivan confirms that red pants are a trend, with roots in the day outfits worn by members of the New York Yacht club.
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The Social Media Shuffle: From Kony To Spooning

Remember Joseph Kony? A video about the African warlord dominated social media early last month. But its call to action on Friday night is largely being ignored by many of the same young people who were initially drawn to the cause. Some are focused on new and much less serious things.
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Local Theater Brings Deaf Actors Into The Artistic Fold

The Faction of Fools Theater Company has formed an unlikely partnership with Gallaudet University and is incorporating deaf actors into its productions.

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The Stooges Are Back, And Nyukking Things Up Again

The Farrelly brothers' new film reimagines Moe, Curly and Larry in the present day, but retains the Stooges' trademark slapstick humor and sound effects. "We tried to keep it looking exactly like the Stooges did it," says Peter Farrelly.
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Egyptian-American Poet: Bodies Are Like Poems

As part of Tell Me More's series for National Poetry Month, host Michel Martin shares a poetic tweet from freelance writer and poet Yahia Lababidi. Listeners are invited to tweet original poems of 140 characters or less to #TMMPoetry.

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