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@NPRFood: Who's Behind The Latest Ethnic Food Trend? Maybe It's A Government n.pr/1z7X4Xa pic.twitter.com/9aNIyZ4Li2
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The young people of Dakar rap mainly in Wolof. They hold forth on life, love, inequality, pain and money. They hope for fame, but it usually doesn't come. Didier Awadi, grandfather of Senegalese rappers, and his group Positive Black Soul is one of the few to achieve international acclaim. Mainly the
At a friend's house, Alioune Diop, a Senegalese rapper who goes by CLD, pours a cup of sweet green tea. Read more about the hip-hop scene in Senegal via the link in our profile. (Credit: @rjckseen & @claireeclaire for NPR) #senegal #hiphop #music #dakar
There's a community center in Senegal devoted to promoting hip-hop in underdeveloped suburbs. Founded by the Senegalese rapper Matador and called Africulturban, the center holds a free star-studded rap festival each year in Dakar and helps young artists polish their skills. Here, a rapper takes a br
Hip-hop culture was born in the south Bronx but has spread around the world, including to the outskirts of Dakar, the capital of Senegal. The rappers — and their fans — have their roots in Futa Toora, a once-fertile stretch of land along the Senegal River, some 150 miles from Dakar and not far from
'It Crackles With Life': Beauty Pill Returns n.pr/1GwMDim pic.twitter.com/n1hTnvnrIz
Actor Nick Kroll: 'I'm A Real Solid Uncle The First Hour' n.pr/1DNiFQa pic.twitter.com/p1PwzxBbiW
Dharahara, once Nepal's tallest monument, seen in 1920, 1934, 2013, today. I hope we rebuild again. #NepalEarthquake pic.twitter.com/z7UwDPQNLn
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In 1975, a plane carrying orphans from Vietnam crashed. @rachelnpr talked to three survivors. n.pr/1DMVVj9 pic.twitter.com/crVu34yKj0
Pollen: Where you see allergens, this forensic palynologist sees clues. @davidwolman explains n.pr/1Oq7l7C pic.twitter.com/pBtDrnWqqu
Nepal quake is the worst to hit the South Asian nation since 1934. (Photo via @WorldVision) n.pr/1PAdsn5 pic.twitter.com/xahVDRYPih
Rap City: Sweat, Hope & Hip-Hop In Dakar (Photo/@ryanjamescliff) n.pr/1PzI2gB pic.twitter.com/w7Fki0OGPB
Here in Hong Kong, lots of passengers awaiting status of Kathmandu flight anxiously #NepalQuake pic.twitter.com/3aoAkRjRk7
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Young trafficking victim's story leads to senator's amendment n.pr/1z28F9Z @johnson_carrie @EvaCStone pic.twitter.com/eTTNgOKG7f
A new way to think about "God" n.pr/1DI8I6l commentary by @cosmicsociety (image: @NASA) pic.twitter.com/6vq6KAqcZG
Here's a happy scientist seeing a newly-fixed Hubble's first pics! #Hubble25 bit.ly/1aWBQQ7 pic.twitter.com/myXEoYvHCL
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Watch Skunk Bear's new video - a musical tribute to the Hubble Space Telescope on its 25th anniversary in space. (Also an Iggy Azalea parody). youtube.com/nprskunkbear
Fake meds do real damage: Thousands die, superbugs get stronger n.pr/1GqcAxd @nprGlobalHealth @GettyImages pic.twitter.com/u2AuvcrYiN
From Goya to Monet to Banksy, 300 years of picnics in art. n.pr/1OIM1qN pic.twitter.com/TaqQTFLhYv
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