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The 1975 on World Cafe

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Tamino on World Cafe

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The Culture Corner: Love's 'Forever Changes' was a dose of reality during The Summer Of Love

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Calexico perform live inside the World Cafe Performance Studio at WXPN in Philadelphia, PA. Paige Walter/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Calexico on World Cafe

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Anjelica Huston as Morticia Addams and Raul Julia as Gomez Addams in Addams Family Values. Paramount Pictures/Cinematic Collection/Alamy Stock Photo hide caption

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Brandi Carlile on World Cafe

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"I'm by nature actually a very shy person," Al Yankovic, shown here in 2014, says. "Being somewhat famous has helped me be more social and talk to people." Casey Curry/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Weird Al' Yankovic wants to 'bring sexy back' to the accordion

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Alex G on World Cafe

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Friendship on World Cafe

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Marcus King on World Cafe

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Marcus Mumford on World Cafe

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Kiwi Jr. on World Cafe

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Brie Howard-Darling, Patti Quatro, Mia Huggins and June Millington at the Kansas City screening of Fanny: The Right To Rock at Screenland Armour Theatre, Oct. 4, 2022. Todd Zimmer hide caption

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