Qatar Digital Library Preserves The Music Of A Vanishing Past The tiny, super-rich state of Qatar takes pride in its modernity, with its gleaming skyscrapers and lucrative gas fields. But it is also investing in a huge history project.
Decades Before YouTube, Video Pioneers Captured Turbulent Era In the pre-digital age, shooting video was unwieldy and expensive. But in the late 1960s, storytellers calling themselves "Videofreex" used the first portable video recorders to film a changing world.
It's Not a Junk Drawer. It's An Archive Of An Interesting Life When spring emerges, it's time to clean, but one place might get a pass: the junk drawer. Consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow says maybe that's OK.
Two-Time MVP Steve Nash Retires From NBA After 19 years in the NBA, Steve Nash announced that he's retiring. In a letter published in The Player's Tribune, Nash wrote that his years spent with the Phoenix Suns were the time of his life.
In Nigeria, Voters Question President's Advance On Boko Haram Nigerians are asking how government forces were able to rebuff Boko Haram militants so quickly, right before an election. NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Ofeibea Quist-Arcton in Lagos.
What's Last Comes First For each word given, name another that can follow it to complete a compound word or two-word phrase. The last and first letters of the first word must be the first and second letters of the second.
Author: Kids Need Abundant Connection With Nature NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Scott Sampson about his book, <em>How to Raise a Wild Child,</em> a field guide for getting kids in touch with nature in a tech-centered world.