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This American Life

On the radio this weekend: Stories that take place on the edge of civilization, just out of sight. bit.ly/2yhiCE5
.@aparkusfarce takes us to Great Blacks In Wax, a museum that's been stuck in her memory since she visited as a kid. bit.ly/2yc74m8
In 1955, the U.S. Army sent a group of teenage boys into the desert to watch atomic bombs go off. bit.ly/2y7dnHH
.@aparkusfarce takes us to Great Blacks In Wax (@NGBIWM), a museum in Baltimore that terrified her as a child. bit.ly/2y9eshS
This week we ask: who thought that would be a good for a kid? bit.ly/2xoDB3Y
On the radio: A woman spends years trying to figure out who has stolen her identity, until she realizes she knows exactly who the thief is.
Contributor Zack McDermott, from our "Becoming a Badger" show, has a new memoir out this week about being bipolar. amzn.to/2xFBQ5Y
On the radio this weekend: White Haze bit.ly/2fHwqOA
Two brothers sit down to have a conversation for the first time in decades. Where to begin? bit.ly/2wEpasr
.@J_Goldstein tries to convince his uncle and his father to have a conversation for the first time in decades. bit.ly/2y9oltq
On the radio this weekend: Stories in which ordinary people make last ditch efforts to get through to their loved ones.
See photos of Bill and Marvin at Virginia Episcopal School, and read their applications. bit.ly/2eTZ3e8
This week: stories about being enlisted to benefit another person’s educational experience. bit.ly/2eXfJBx
See photos of Bill and Marvin at Virginia Episcopal School and read their applications. bit.ly/2gVkQiB
Hey NYC! Fri & Sat! Excited to do Q&As for the new JD Salinger film, with director/writer @Dannystrong Many shows! Come out.
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The places we’re from and how they made us, whether we like it or not. bit.ly/2vVVFSv
On the radio this weekend: We learn some things about Betsy Devos in the city she's from—Grand Rapids. bit.ly/2evgnCz
One lie told by a kid started a chain reaction that put an innocent man in prison for 21 years. bit.ly/2x9889R
How a total amateur cracked a case some of the most experienced investigators in the country couldn't. bit.ly/2vMIPpv
The story of a man who devoted 21 years of his life to proving his friend didn't belong in prison. bit.ly/2xxNBJB
After four lawyers fail to get an innocent man out of prison, his friend takes on the case himself. bit.ly/2wayhVZ
On the radio this weekend: After lawyers fail to get an innocent man out of prison, his friend takes on the case. bit.ly/2vIA4hP
Afrofuturism is more than sci-fi. It’s a way of looking at black culture that’s fantastic, creative, and hopeful. bit.ly/2wEpImE
.@AzieDee on playing a slave at George Washington's estate. On our Afrofuturism show: tal.fm/623
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