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  This is not a partial glimpse of addiction—it is the whole story. It begins with a violent childhood that bonded two children together forever, perhaps setting the stage for what was to come. Jodee’s younger brother Brett became an alcoholic. And she the sister of an alcoholic. With extreme candor, no shame, and in the hope of helping other families get help for themselves as well as their loved ones, Jodee Prouse sheds a bright light on the often-disturbing reality of the progression of alcoholism and what goes on behind closed read more...

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Back in the 1950s, St. Louis was segregated and The Ville was one of the only African-American neighborhoods in the city. The community was prosperous. Black-owned businesses thrived and the neighborhood was filled with the lovely, ornate brick homes the city has become famous for. Three-story brick Louis Bergdoll house in Philadelphia Samuel Moore, who became a local alderman in 2007, grew up in The Ville. Moore’s father worked as bricklayer and helped build some of the stately brick houses in this area. “He was a great bricklayer,” says Moore. “He did read more...

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This week on The Score, just in time for Christmas, Edmund selects movies that bring merriment and joy, including Home Alone, Elf, A Christmas Story, Arthur Christmas and more. That's on the next edition of The read more...

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Join Folk Alley's Elena See for a special Christmas show featuring holiday music by your favorite folk, roots, and Americana artists. Hear new originals by Lori McKenna, Kacey Musgraves, David Myles, Fortunate Ones, and Keb' Mo', as well as favorites by The Roches, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones and much read more...

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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} Narrator Dion Graham conveys Justyce McAllister’s depth of character and inner conflict. Graham at first registers Justyce’s confusion and shock.With equal believability, he depicts the anger and trauma at experiencing racism at his mostly white prep school. To better understand his emotions, he begins a journal, a series of letters to Martin Luther King, Jr. In his entries, Graham reflects Justyce’s isolation, suffering, and occasional moments of read more...

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At some point in your life you’ve probably encountered a problem in the built world where the fix was obvious to you. Maybe a door that opened the wrong way, or poorly painted marker on the road. Mostly, when we see these things, we grumble on the inside, and then do nothing. But not Richard Ankrom. Courtesy of Richard Ankrom In the early morning of August 5, 2001, artist Richard Ankrom and a group of friends assembled on the 4th Street bridge over the 110 freeway in Los Angeles. They had gathered to commit a crime — one Ankrom had plotted read more...

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At some point in your life you’ve probably encountered a problem in the built world where the fix was obvious to you. Maybe a door that opened the wrong way, or poorly painted marker on the road. Mostly, when we see these things, we grumble on the inside, and then do nothing. But not Richard Ankrom. Courtesy of Richard Ankrom In the early morning of August 5, 2001, artist Richard Ankrom and a group of friends assembled on the 4th Street bridge over the 110 freeway in Los Angeles. They had gathered to commit a crime — one Ankrom had plotted read more...

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