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July 23, 2014 | NPR · A number of major airlines have suspended service to and from Tel Aviv as the fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza intensifies. That's leaving passengers to find other arrangements.
 
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Jun 17, 2014 — Think cars and planes are for squares? Hop aboard a fiery dragon, stride through a virtual world or sail the seas on a giant seagull-powered peach with this list of awesomely uncategorizable books!
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Sep 22, 2013 — As Banned Books Week begins, we take a look at one frequently banned genre: romance. Romance novels have a long history of censorship, and author Maya Rodale argues that it's not just the naughty bits that get the censors upset — it's the idea that women can love freely and still live happily ever after.
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Mar 19, 2008 — Jerome Charyn's latest novel, Johnny One-Eye: A Tale of the American Revolution begins in 1776 with Gen. George Washington sparing the book's protagonist from the noose.
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Oct 12, 2007 — In the final installment of a week-long series on feminism and sexuality, Xaviera Hollander, a former prostitute, discusses her autobiography The Happy Hooker: My own Story. The book became an international best-seller when it was first released in 1972. Hollander discusses her life now and shares her insights about harnessing the power of female sexuality.
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Dec 12, 2005 — "Here's a book for your friends who like to devour legal thrillers like popcorn," says critic Alan Cheuse in his holiday season book roundup for All Things Considered.
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Dec 12, 2005 — Time to read during the holidays, away from school and work, is a gift you give yourself, author and book critic Alan Cheuse says. His suggested list of 2005 holiday gifts includes tales of space, dinosaurs, music and a mystical poet.
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Nov 28, 2005 — "I felt as though I had been visiting Pakistan for months after I was done reading," writes NPR listener Kerri of this novel.
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Jun 20, 2005 — Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews two new novels set in Cuba: Dirty Blonde and Half-Cuban, the debut novel by Lisa Wixon, and Adios Hemingway by Cuban writer Leonardo Padura Fuentes. Translated by John King, Adios Hemingway is the latest in Fuentes' award-winning Inspector Mario Conde mysteries.
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