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Fresh Air for March 23, 2013

Emily Rapp is also the author of Poster Child, about a congenital birth defect that led to the amputation of her leg when she was a child, and about how she subsequently became a poster child for the March of Dimes. Anne Staveley/Penguin Press hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Emily Rapp, Phil Spector, Philip Roth And Sea Chanteys

Fresh Air Weekend: Emily Rapp, Phil Spector, Philip Roth And Sea Chanteys

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Fresh Air for March 22, 2013

Justin Timberlake performs at Myspace Secret Show at SXSW on March 16 in Austin, Texas. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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Timberlake On 'N Sync, Acting And Bringing Sexy Back

Timberlake On 'N Sync, Acting And Bringing Sexy Back

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Nathan Englander grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family. He now splits his time between New York and Madison, Wis. Juliana Sohn hide caption

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Nathan Englander: Stories Of Faith, Family And The Holocaust

Nathan Englander: Stories Of Faith, Family And The Holocaust

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Aaron Eckhart and Ashley Judd as the president and first lady in Olympus Has Fallen. Phil Caruso/Millennium Films hide caption

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With Vengeance And Violence, 'Olympus Has Fallen' Flat

With Vengeance And Violence, 'Olympus Has Fallen' Flat

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Fresh Air for March 21, 2013

The Star Jet roller coaster sits in the water on Feb. 19 after the Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J., collapsed from the forces of Superstorm Sandy. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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'Temperature Rising': Will Climate Change Bring More Extreme Weather?

'Temperature Rising': Will Climate Change Bring More Extreme Weather?

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Helen Mirren and Al Pacino star in the new HBO film Phil Spector, which was written and directed by David Mamet. Phil Caruso/HBO Films hide caption

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You Can't Trust HBO's 'Phil Spector,' But You Can Enjoy It

You Can't Trust HBO's 'Phil Spector,' But You Can Enjoy It

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Fresh Air for March 20, 2013

Drummer Barry Altschul writes tunes that play complex games with rhythm. Dmitry Mandel/Courtesy of TUM Records hide caption

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Barry Altschul: The Jazz Drummer Makes A Comeback

Barry Altschul: The Jazz Drummer Makes A Comeback

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