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Seinabo Say On World Cafe

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ABBA The Museum On World Cafe

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The organization Sweet Adelines International has more than 500 all-female barbershop choruses in its membership, including the Baltimore-based Lustre Quartet. Tina Mahina/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sweet Adelines, A Society Of Women In Harmony, Hits A Milestone

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Documentary Seeks To Free Amy Winehouse From Her Tabloid Legacy

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Pop Singer Tori Kelly's 'Unbreakable Smile' Keeps Her Optimistic

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