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Recent News:
Fundraising usually means kissing some money goodbye, but this year’s Relay for Life event will also mean taking a pie to the kisser to raise money to fight cancer.
A new effort is underway to tackle the challenges of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and emotional trauma in the community.
The 2016 budget will be the center of debate at next week’s borough assembly meeting. The budget is set to grow by nearly three million dollars next year.

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NPR-News
There are many different ways to be transgender. For some people that includes sex reassignment surgery. A young filmmaker follows two people who made that choice through their year of transition.
That's the good news. The bad news is that there are still 795 million people who don't get enough to eat — and enough nutrients in their food.
Scientists say too much airborne nitrogen from farms is throwing off the ecological balance of Rocky Mountain National Park. So the federal government is hoping weather alerts for farmers will help.
All-things-considered
Samantha Elauf wore a headscarf to a job interview at an Abercrombie & Fitch store, and was denied a position because of it. On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that that was clearly wrong.
Commentator Katie Davis helped with an unlikely coming of age ceremony for a young man she mentored and tutored for years. She took him to get his first tattoo.

Fresh Air with Terry Gross

In her new book, Michelle Goldberg traces the Western practice of yoga to a Russian woman named Indra Devi. Goldberg says that many of the poses in modern yoga can't be traced beyond 150 years ago.
Apple's newest product is a screen on your wrist, with its own operating system and software. Tech correspondent Alexis Madrigal calls the Apple Watch "a powerful extension of what your phone can do."
Fresh-Air
Morning-Edition

Morning Edition

Jack Warner says America wants a World Cup so badly it created a criminal probe. His proof? A satirical article in The Onion. The headline: FIFA Frantically Announces 2015 Summer World Cup in the U.S.
Former concert pianist Harriette Thompson, 92, crossed the finish line in Sunday's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon in San Diego in 7hr 24min 36sec. She began running marathons in her 70s.