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DJ Sessions: Blurring The Lines Between Rock, Jazz And Classical

Pianist Christopher O'Riley discusses his favorite group that's making waves in the classical community: The Bad Plus.

ER Doctor Looks Back A Year After Marathon Bombing

Dr. Ron Medzon, an emergency room physician at Boston Medical Center, recalls treating victims injured in the bombing.

Colorado High School Offers Treatment To Drug Users

We look at a pilot program at a high school in outside of Denver that is now offering treatment for marijuana users.

Study Links Casual Pot Use With Brain Abnormalities

New research showed changes in two key brain regions in recreational marijuana users between 18 and 25.

Record Store Day Premieres From Springsteen, Devo, Joe Strummer And The Pogues, More

In celebration of Record Store Day, the latest All Songs Considered mix features never-before-heard cuts from The Boss and more.

Death Of Popular Hawk Highlights Concerns Over Rat Poison

The hawk likely died from eating a rodent that consumed rat poison. Bans on certain rat poisons are being challenged in court.

Regulators Target Party Buses After Fatalities

Nationwide there have been nearly two dozen fatalities on these buses and regulators say a crackdown on the industry is in order.

Marathon Training During Passover? Oy Vey!

Runners observing Passover have to forgo basic staples like bagels, oatmeal and pasta. A rabbi - who is also a runner - offers alternatives.

Tensions Build In San Francisco Amid Tech Boom

As San Francisco experiences a historic economic boom, some activists say not all city residents are reaping the benefits.

'World's Largest Rosebush' Graces Arizona Desert Town

The bush was planted in 1885 in Tombstone, back when it was a boomtown for silver mining. Blooming season lasts about six weeks — and it's almost always in bloom for Easter Sunday.