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Sunday Puzzle: D'oh!

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Weekend Edition puzzlemaster Will Shortz plays a word game this week with KCRW listener Robert Wemischner of Los Angeles.

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Not My Job: We Quiz Soccer Star Kristine Lilly On Cups That Aren't The World Cup

Over the course of more than 20 years, Lilly played in five World Cup finals and three Olympics. She holds the record for the most international appearances in the sport's history.

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Decades Later, 'Tales Of The City' Returns To A New San Francisco

A new Netflix series resurrects the house at Barbary Lane, with characters reprised by Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis. Showrunner Lauren Morelli says she aimed to expand the range of queer stories.

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'Project Runway' Proves Change Can Be Healthy

Fans worried when longtime host Heidi Klum and mentor Tim Gunn left the franchise. But Project Runway thrived in its 17th season, particularly because of new mentor Christian Siriano.

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Aldis Hodge, A 30-Year Acting Veteran At Age 32, On 'City On A Hill'

In the Showtime drama, the actor plays an assistant district attorney who teams up with a corrupt (and racist) FBI veteran in 1990s Boston. "We play the honesty of it," Hodge says.

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Get Your Cranium In The Game

In this multiple choice guessing game, host Ophira Eisenberg and house musician Jonathan Coulton offer clues about obscure body parts. #nophiltrum

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You Heard Wrong Right

Contestants listen to clips of songs that contain factual inaccuracies and buzz in to correct the artist's mistake.

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Josh Gondelman: The Importance Of Being Nice

Josh Gondelman, senior producer of Showtime's Desus & Mero, explains why he gives strangers pep talks on Twitter, and faces off against comedian Catherine Cohen in a game about sports superstitions.

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Beach Reads

It's a mash-up of clues about authors' names and common beach objects. If Jay Gatsby put on sunscreen at the beach, he'd have S-P-F Scott Fitzgerald to thank.

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Disco-Y History

Contestants listen to parody songs of famous disco hits and guess what 1970s phenomenon the lyrics were rewritten to describe.