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Will The Show Go On At New York City Opera?

The struggling company says it's surviving "one day at a time." But after failed mediation with its unions and a lockout in place, the clock is running out.
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Latin Roots: Salsa With A Twist

World Cafe kicks off the new series Latin Roots with all things salsa: the music, the beat and the culture.
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Janie Fricke: The 'Country Side Of Bluegrass'

Fricke was one of the most popular country-music vocalists of the 1980s. Between 1982 and 1984, she scored six No. 1 hits. Since then, her career has dimmed, but now she's back, having arranged some of her biggest hits with bluegrass instrumentation.
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François Houle And Benoît Delbecq's Dream State

The latest duo recording from the clarinetist and pianist is like a slow-motion sleepwalk.
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Laura Veirs On World Cafe

Listen to singer-songwriter perform family-friendly classic folk songs on today's World Cafe.

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