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  1. This Week In Race: ICE Sends Chills Across US, Kaepernick, Others, Write Big Checks

    03.24 / 08:58 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    while much of the focus has been on deportations of Latinx, other groups have been under increased…
  2. The Reality Show No One Was Watching

    03.23 / 21:56 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    Participants in the British show Eden spent a year in the remote Scottish highlands, living off their will and wits with cameras rolling. The only problem? No episodes have aired since…
  3. A Poem From A Syrian Psychiatrist: 'Cloud-Cafe'

    03.23 / 21:56 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    Dr. Hussam Jefee-Bahloul writes poems to capture his longing for his troubled…
  4. 'I, Olga' Charts One Woman's Path From Alienation To Brutal, Senseless Violence

    03.23 / 21:56 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    The film about a young woman who ran her truck onto a Prague sidewalk in 1973, killing eight pedestrians, is tough to sit through, and recent events lend it a chilling sense of…
  5. 'Life' Doesn't Quite Find A Way

    03.23 / 21:56 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    In space, no one can hear you yawn: Technically impressive but dramatically airless, this monster flick set on the International Space Station is powered by "space-movie cliches old and…
  6. In The Agreeably Schlocky 'Power Rangers,' 'Transformers' Meets 'The Breakfast Club'

    03.23 / 21:56 npr.org Npr.org - Arts
    "Go, Go Power Rangers!" - but should you? The film's playful, earnest tone and "gung-ho chintziness" slowly won critic Scott Tobias…