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Khalid's Timeless Pop Anthems For American Teens › Are you still trying to understand that intense first love? Are you grounded from messing up your mom's car? Are you passionate about music that makes it all worthwhile? If so, then maybe you're a teenager looking for an anthem. Enter Khalid Robinson with his debut album, American Teen , which he wrote when he was a senior in high school. He has been called a pop prodigy by Rolling Stone and counts people like Elton John among his fans. While his lyrics are very much of the moment, the themes he explores — belonging, love, loneliness, loss — are timeless. And even though American Teen is blowing up the charts, Khalid hasn't gotten too big to credit his biggest influence: his mom, Linda Wolfe, a singer who has performed with the U.S. Army Chorus. They both spoke with NPR's Michel Martin about their bond and about Khalid's music. Hear the full interview — including a spontaneous mother-son duet on SWV's "Weak" — at the audio link, and read on
Sat, 27 May 2017 21:53:00 +0000
Words Of Wisdom From 2017 Commencement Speeches ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: Yes. It's that time of year, graduation season. If there's a new graduate in your life, you might be wondering how the last few years of economic turmoil have affected people entering the job market. We have a guest coming up who has some thoughts about that. But first, if you haven't been lucky enough to be invited to a graduation this year, here is just a little taste of the words of wisdom, warning and weirdness that commencement speakers delivered to the class of 2017. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) HILLARY CLINTON: I believe with all my heart that the future of America, indeed the future of the world, depends on brave, thoughtful people like you insisting on truth and integrity right now every day. You didn't create these circumstances, but you have the power to change them. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) MIKE PENCE: While we must always work and hope and pray for peace, the best way to ensure peace is for our
Sat, 27 May 2017 21:53:00 +0000
Latest College Graduates Enter A More Optimistic Economy ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: As the class of 2017 prepares to enter the job market, there is some good news waiting for them. The unemployment rate is the lowest it's been since 2007, but these students have also come of age during a recession followed by a sluggish recovery. So we were wondering how all this could be affecting these freshly minted graduates and job seekers. To talk about this, we called Mihir Desai. He's a professor at the Harvard Business School. He has a new book out called "The Wisdom Of Finance." But we called him because he published a piece this week in The Crimson, Harvard's student newspaper. In the spirit of full disclosure, that was my first journalism gig. Professor Mihir Desai, thank you so much for joining us. MIHIR DESAI: Thanks so much. It's a pleasure. MARTIN: So the last time the unemployment numbers were this low, these students were in third grade. Do you see an impact on this generation of having grown up in this
Sat, 27 May 2017 21:53:00 +0000
Fresh Air Weekend: Aziz Ansari; Harry Styles And Dan Auerbach Go Solo; Pamela Paul ›
Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week: Aziz Ansari On 'Master Of None' And How His Parents Feel About Acting: Now that the second season of his Netflix series is out, the comic is looking forward to some down time. "Forget season three of Master of None ," he says. "I'm ... doing season 34 of Aziz Ansari." Harry Styles And Dan Auerbach Strive For Authenticity On 2 New Solo Albums: Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Styles' self-titled solo album, as well as Waiting on a Song, by Auerbach of The Black Keys. Tucker says the new albums "meet in a middle-ground of forced humility." 'Times' Book Review Editor Shares Her Love Of Reading In 'My Life With Bob': Pamela Paul of The New York Times talks about her own new book, which chronicles
Sat, 27 May 2017 17:51:00 +0000
Tonawanda Housing Authority chastised in scathing state audit ›
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has released a scathing audit of the Tonawanda Housing Authority.
Sat, 27 May 2017 15:51:11 +0000


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