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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

August 4, 2011 - A martial arts trilogy at Wolf Trap and El Ten Eleven at the Black Cat.

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Hearing Loss Can't Stop Musicians' Beat

A new book by members of a local non-profit combines two things you might not normally pair up: making music and hearing loss. For these musicians, there were ways to keep the music playing even after losing their hearing.

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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

August 3, 2011 - A Tribal documentary, a piano party and lots of visuals at Touchstone.

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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

Stella sculpture, a tribute to Taylor and musical sounds from Metro.

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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

Another Art Beat, Birds Of A Feather and a dynamic duo.

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Former Drug Seller Coaches Kids On Baseball, Life

After co-founding a famed local band and serving prison time for drug charges, Derrick McCrae believes he has found his passion. For the past 17 years, McCrae has been coaching Little League baseball in one of Washington D.C.'s toughest neighborhoods. Host Michel Martin speaks with McCrae about what he has learned and how he teaches his players to succeed on and off the baseball diamond.
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Guiding Children Through Religion

Some parents feel responsible to shape their children's religious foundations while others prefer to let kids explore faith for themselves. Host Michel Martin explores the complications of spiritual parenting with Asra Nomani, professor of journalism at Georgetown University; Kara Powell, author of Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids; and Regina Brett, author of God Never Blinks.
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Your Friends Are Not Your Audience: A Disturbing Internet Lesson In Perspective

A man recently stepped up to a microphone to tell a story he thought was about a really funny thing that happened to him. Others think he confessed to sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel room. Still others suspect the story isn't even true.

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