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There may be a reason why astronauts are rhapsodic about the view from space but never mention the food. NASA and other space agencies strive to give crews aboard the International Space Station nutritious and interesting meals. French astronaut Thomas Pesquet can reportedly occasionally consume lobster, cod and almond tarts...
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Listen: NPR’s Scott Simon Visits The Children’s Corner

Eavesdrop on a Children’s Corner conversation between and host Sam Manno and Scott Simon — yes the Scott Simon from NPR — as they discuss his young-adult novel Sunnyside Plaza, baseball, hotdogs and pizza. What else would two guys from Chicago talk about!
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3 Memorial Day Movie Recommendations From NPR's Scott Simon

We are grateful this Memorial Day weekend for those many who have fallen in service to the country which, even with the changes it needs to make, so many enjoy today. I know our family, and perhaps yours, will see one or more venerated films that resonate with a holiday that, after all, is about more than sales on websites. I've chosen just three of my favorites here:
MOVIES
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Scott Simon hosts 'Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny'

In this one-hour Memorial Day special, NPR's Scott Simon hosts this new Oratorio in performance. From the trenches of The Great War, Alan Seeger's poems, letters and diaries spring to life in the voices of the Cathedral Choir of St. John the Divine. Recorded just before lockdown in the Cathedral, Patrick Zimmerli's new oratorio "Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny" fuses Seeger's formal writing with monkish chants and 20th Century music. Scott Simon hosts this moving hour of tribute to all those who saw combat, and those who awaited them at home.
MUSIC
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Scott Simon hosts Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny

In this one-hour Memorial Day Special, NPR's Scott Simon hosts this new Oratorio in performance. Listen Monday, May 31 at 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on WEKU. From the trenches of The Great War, Alan Seeger's poems, letters and diaries spring to life in the voices of Cathedral Choir of St. John the Divine. Recorded just before lockdown in the Cathedral, Patrick Zimmerli's new oratorio "Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny" fuses Seeger's formal writing with monkish chants and 20th Century music. Scott Simon hosts this moving hour of tribute to all those who saw combat, and those who awaited them at home.
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