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This Week on Earthsongs: Christa Couture

Toronto-based Cree indie-folk artist Christa Couture grew up in Edmonton, Canada. Her mother was a singer in a folk trio, her father a singer of traditional Aboriginal music. Christa herself sang in choirs and performed in musical theater, then as a teenager lost a leg in a fight with cancer. As an adult and mother, Christa lost two children before they reached the age of two. These tragedies inform her music, have inspired her to appreciate the more cliché breakup songs, and bring a unique...

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Slowdive's first album in 22 years is starting to come along quite blissfully, and now it has a name. A calmly geometric, geologic video for "Sugar For The Pill" announces Slowdive, not to be confused with the band's eponymous EP from 1990.

In the past, entrepreneur Elon Musk has described a "neural lace" that could add a symbiotic digital layer to the human brain. In the future, it seems, he'll try to build that device through a new company, Neuralink.

It's clear from the numbers. Google has a diversity problem.

For the past few years, the company has publicly shared its workplace makeup in a report detailing the race, gender and ethnicity of each employee hired the previous year. Last year, while the number of black employees went up, they still represented only 2 percent of the company's workforce and Google admitted it fell short of its diversity goal.

Pinkies Up! A Local Tea Movement Is Brewing

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On Saturday mornings, the most popular item Minto Island Growers sells at its farmers market booth is not the certified organic carrots, kale or blueberries. It's tea.

The farm grows Camellia sinensis, tea plants, on a half-acre plot in Salem, Ore. The tender leaves are hand picked and hand processed to make 100 pounds of organic, small batch tea.

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