FEED - Weekend Edition Saturday
Politics in the U.S. and Israel are often intertwined and that was illustrated in dramatic fashion this week.
The late NPR music librarian Robert Goldstein was at Woodstock. We offer his "Parable of the Hot Dogs" on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the festival.
Seagulls have gotten aggressive on the boardwalk in Ocean City, N.J. NPR's Scott Simon talks to local business owner Randy Levchuk about a new plan to tame the gulls.
A German group gets women from around the world to play soccer — something that's not so easy for those coming from Iran and other places where it's considered a male pastime.
Hopi is an endangered language. The Hopi Nation in Arizona is working to preserve it with a summer program that teaches the language to preschoolers and, in some cases, to their parents.
The Hong Kong protesters are appealing to U.S. authorities and to international travelers as they press their government to keep its distance from Beijing.
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NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Michael Gold of the New York Times about Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide this morning in Manhattan.
Host Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Miami Herald reporter Julie K. Brown about the release of documents in a lawsuit related to Epstein's alleged crimes.
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell Saturday morning. NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Michael Gold of the New York Times about the death.
Tanti Brownley of Newport News, Va., shares her "signature song": "Cycles," performed by Frank Sinatra.
Dora the Explorer, the first Nickelodeon show to feature a Latino character as a protagonist, helped the rise of multicultural children's programming in the U.S. This weekend it hits the big screen.
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Miami Herald reporter Julie K. Brown about the release of documents in a lawsuit related to Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes.
In After the Wedding, she plays the head of an orphanage who is clearly uncomfortable around wealth. In her own life, she's dealt with a controversy where she was paid much less than a male co-star.
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Inmates from the Cook County jail in Chicago just competed in the first international online chess tournament of its kind. NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with their coach, Mikhail Korenman.
Former NFL player Chris Borland grew up Catholic in Dayton. He talks with host Sacha Pfeiffer about his call for the church to take a stronger stand for gun control and against white supremacy.
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks about the growing role of personal politics in sports and more with Howard Bryant of ESPN.
Hundreds of activists have taken over the airport in ongoing protests in the territory.
More than a quarter of Latinos identify as Republican. The attack in El Paso targeting the largest ethnic minority in the U.S. is forcing new conversations in families and friendships.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have traveled to Iowa for the annual state fair, where gun control is dominating conversation.
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with bluesman Bobby Rush about his new album, Sitting on Top of the Blues.