Due to budget reductions, arts organizations and museums had nearly two-thirds fewer offerings in 2022 compared to 2019, the study found.
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New episodes of “Body Electric” drop on Tuesdays in NPR’s TED Radio Hour podcast feed.
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Ninety years after FDR’s American Civilian Corps, a new federal program aims to train young people for jobs to fight climate change.
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Puerto Rican Chicagoans shaped the city in the mid-to-late 20th century through art and activism — and continue to do so.
The age 65+ crowd is the fastest-growing age group of cannabis users.
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