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There’s a new host of NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday. Last month, Lulu Garcia-Navarro took over the role for Rachel Martin—the new co-host of Morning Edition. Garcia-Navarro is widely known for her award-winning work as NPR's Foreign Correspondent and most recently reported on Brazil's Zika crisis. WFSU's All Things Considered Host Sascha Cordner spoke to Garcia-Navarro about her NPR background, before talking to the Florida native about her new role.

NPR's Cities Project is Back

Jan 23, 2015

The Cities Project: Season Three

Season Three of The Cities Project focuses on "Where We Live, How We Live and How We Get Around." Each of these three elements will be featured in occasional stories for Morning Edition and All Things Considered.  Look for accompanying news interactives from NPR's Visuals Team at NPR.org.

NPR's Tiny Desk Contest

Dec 2, 2014

NPR Music is throwing a Tiny Desk contest to help fans discover unknown artists. The Tiny Desk Concerts series at NPR has long been a place to see well-known musicians, as well as a launching pad for many others. Now, we're looking for true unknowns. We're asking bands and musicians all over the country to film themselves performing one song behind a desk of their choice.

NPR's 50 Great Teachers Project

Oct 23, 2014

50 Great Teachers Project

The New Boom: NPR's Millennials Series

Sep 29, 2014

The New Boom: NPR's Millennials Series

By 2030, the generation known as Millennials -- people who are now between the ages of 18 and 33 -- will outnumber Baby Boomers. Currently there are just as many Millennials as Boomers, and they're making some huge changes in our economy, communication tools, culture and politics.

The Cities Project

Sep 12, 2014

The Cities Project focuses on "Where We Live, How We Live and How We Get Around." Each of these three elements will be featured in stories for Morning Edition and All Things Considered.   The Cities Project is multi-platform, with interactive and visual elements online and a presence on social media that drives conversation. In addition to thematic reporting, look for accompanying "City Life" elements -- snapshots of the people that bring cities to life.

NPR Kids Culture Series

Jun 4, 2013

Children are huge consumers of culture, gobbling up TV shows, books, games, apps and movies for hours every day -- but deep critical looks at the images and ideas they come away with are few and far between. There's little discussion about what kinds of cultural messages the creators thought they were sending, or what kinds of conclusions your child could draw about race, class, gender roles and religious values.