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Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Best of 2014

By Women's Voices For Change
We combed through the roster of fashion features from our popular weekly series, Fashion Friday, for the five articles that resonated the most with our "Women's Voices" audience. We've learned a lot about your style index—Paris, Diane Von Fursetenberg, Jewelry and Philanthropy, Summer Indulgences, and NPR's perspective on what constitutes chic—yes, NPR!
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News

From Jacki Lyden: Welcome to Magdalene

By Jacki Lyden
By Jacki Lyden

This week marks the premiere of an NPR series by Jacki Lyden about Magdalene, a program in Nashville, Tenn., that helps former prostitutes stay off the streets by addressing their drug addictions. Here is an inside look at how she and National Geographic photographer Stephen Alvarez got started on the story.

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News · Politics

NPR and the Nation

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
By Laura Baudo Sillerman

It seems as though the least we can do is inform ourselves about our National Public Radio system and its actual practices.

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Books

Pulitzer Newsflash #2: Olive Triumphs

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
The Pulitzers were announced yesterday and there are of course all sorts of things to be happy about.  82-year old W.S. Merwin garnered his second Prize.  The editor of the Glens Falls (NY) Post-Star won for being “relentless and down-to-earth.”  And, of course, as noted right here at WVFC, the brilliant and diligent Annette Gordon-Reed took the brass ring for…
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