Mon March 5, 2012
The Two-Way

Yemen: More Killing; Reporters Look Back At Uprising, Ahead To Uncertainty

Originally published on Mon March 5, 2012 8:12 am

  • Kelly McEvers reports on 'Morning Edition'

There's news from Yemen today that's depressing in its familiarity:

"Al-Qaida militants launched a surprise attack against army bases in southern Yemen, killing 78 soldiers, seizing weapons and parading 55 troops they had taken captive through the center of a town under their control, military officials said.

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Sun March 4, 2012
Music News

Jazzercizing To 'It's Raining Men'? Hallelujah!

Jazzercizers in action.
Jazzercize, Inc.

All this winter, Morning Edition has been creating The Ultimate NPR Workout Mix by asking people what music makes them move. NPR's own Susan Stamberg says her favorite workout method, Jazzercise, is inherently musical.

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Sat March 3, 2012

'Anchorman' Street Battle Waged Off-Screen

Originally published on Fri March 2, 2012 1:00 pm

Actor Will Ferrell, as Ron Burgundy from the movie Anchorman, appears onstage during a film festival in New York in 2004.
Frank Micelotta Getty Images

Something odd happened the other day in Jacksonville, Fla. — a bunch of journalists got into a fight. Melissa Ross from member station WJCT was one of the reporters who started it, and here's how it went down.

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Sat March 3, 2012

Weekend Audition: Music from Near and Far

Tennis plays at the Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO
Jim Hill KUNC

Some required weekend listening from Denver's Tennis and the New Chieftains...

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Fri March 2, 2012
The Two-Way

Song Break: Engelbert Humperdinck's In The News, Let's Hear Him Sing

Singer Engelbert Humperdinck performing in Las Vegas last July.
Ethan Miller Getty Images

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