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Pieces Purchased by 'WUSF' from May 28, 2019 to Today

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Purchase Date Piece Producer Length Points Purchased By
May 28, 2019 Erroll Garner: 'The Joy of a Genius' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
May 30, 2019 A fallen Vietnam veteran has returned home. The water he drank helped identify his remains American Homefront Project 03:48 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Jun 03, 2019 Milt Hinton: "The Ultimate Timekeeper" NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jun 03, 2019 Rosemary Clooney: An American Treasure NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jun 12, 2019 Scientists are trying to measure the value of outdoor service work for transitioning veterans American Homefront Project 03:55 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jun 14, 2019 For troops at the border, encounters with migrants are rare American Homefront Project 03:52 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Jun 17, 2019 Johnny Hartman, 'The Romantic Balladeer' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jun 24, 2019 Louis Armstrong: 'The Man and His Music,' Part 1 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jun 26, 2019 A new report says the Pentagon isn't doing enough to protect military bases from sea level rise American Homefront Project 04:05 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jul 01, 2019 Louis Armstrong: 'The Man and His Music,' Part 2 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jul 08, 2019 Louis Armstrong: 'The Trumpeter' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jul 10, 2019 The National Guard is heading to the U.S./Mexico border to help move trucks through faster American Homefront Project 03:47 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jul 22, 2019 Louis Armstrong: 'The Singer' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jul 22, 2019 Abbey Lincoln: "The Power of Voice" NPR Music 53:59 0.0 Craig Georg
Jul 24, 2019 In 1969, the military thought it had eliminated racism in its ranks. Then troops began rioting American Homefront Project 03:56 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jul 29, 2019 Oscar Peterson: Piano Master NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Aug 05, 2019 Bill Evans: 'Piano Impressionism' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Aug 07, 2019 Congress may expand fertility benefits for injured troops, but some religious groups are objecting American Homefront Project 03:45 0.0 Mary Shedden
Aug 12, 2019 Charlie Parker: 'Bird Lives!' Part 1 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Aug 13, 2019 Despite a massive cleanup effort, people near some military bases still can't drink their tap water American Homefront Project 03:59 0.0 Mary Shedden
Aug 19, 2019 Charlie Parker: "Bird Lives!" Part 2 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Aug 20, 2019 The Air Force says social media helped prompt action to clean up mold in the dorms American Homefront Project 03:22 0.0 Mary Shedden
Aug 26, 2019 Count Basie-The Man and his Music (part 2) NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Aug 28, 2019 Federal workers say their jobs were threatened because they served in the National Guard or Reserves American Homefront Project 03:49 0.0 Mary Shedden
Sep 04, 2019 Mel Tormé: The 'Velvet' Voice of Jazz NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Sep 09, 2019 Bud Powell: Bebop Pianism NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Sep 12, 2019 'You've got to talk about your stuff': The Air Force stands down to discuss suicide American Homefront Project 03:38 0.0 Mary Shedden
Sep 16, 2019 Oscar Pettiford: Bass Beyond Bop NPR Music 53:59 0.0 Craig Georg
Sep 17, 2019 A new financing plan could speed up renovations of 16,000 Army homes on base American Homefront Project 03:46 0.0 Mary Shedden
Sep 23, 2019 Harry "Sweets" Edison: Simplicity In Swing NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Sep 30, 2019 Bessie Smith: Blues Empress NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Oct 03, 2019 The VA is training clergy members to recognize veterans with mental health issues American Homefront Project 03:54 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Oct 07, 2019 Betty Carter: Fiercely Individual NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Oct 10, 2019 A new center is escalating the military's fight against potentially deadly heat-related injuries American Homefront Project 03:56 0.0 Mary Shedden
Oct 14, 2019 Illinois Jacquet: King of Screeching Tenor NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Oct 17, 2019 After years of water damage, the iconic Air Force Academy chapel is closed for repairs American Homefront Project 03:52 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Oct 21, 2019 James Moody: In The Mood NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Oct 22, 2019 As veterans' cemeteries run out of space, the VA is providing an alternative to burials American Homefront Project 03:43 0.0 Mary Shedden
Oct 28, 2019 Carmen McRae: 'Painter of Song' NPR Music 53:59 0.0 Craig Georg
Oct 31, 2019 As the Navy eyes a thawing Arctic, a remote island town sees an opportunity American Homefront Project 03:58 0.0 Mary Shedden
Nov 04, 2019 Norman Granz: Jazz Genious Behind The Scenes NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Nov 12, 2019 Willie 'The Lion' Smith: Stride Piano Master NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Nov 13, 2019 After a report found the military often mishandles domestic violence, reforms are happening slowly American Homefront Project 03:54 0.0 Mary Shedden
Nov 18, 2019 Gerry Mulligan: Intricacy in a Lower Register NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Nov 18, 2019 Best of the Best 2019: Hour 1 Third Coast International Audio Festival 59:00 150.0 Craig Georg
Nov 18, 2019 Best of the Best 2019: Hour 2 Third Coast International Audio Festival 59:00 150.0 Craig Georg
Nov 21, 2019 Even after years in uniform, some National Guardsmen don’t get veterans benefits American Homefront Project 03:27 0.0 Mary Shedden
Nov 22, 2019 FALL 2019 This American Life NON-PREMIUM FUNDRAISING SHOW This American Life 39:10 0.0 Craig Georg
Nov 25, 2019 Mary Lou Williams, 'Perpetually Contemporary' NPR Music 54:31 0.0 Craig Georg
Dec 02, 2019 Duke Ellington: The Composer, Pt. 1 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Dec 09, 2019 Duke Ellington: The Composer, Pt. 2 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Dec 11, 2019 Army recruitment today is less 'Be All You Can Be' and more 'Call Of Duty' American Homefront Project 03:25 0.0 Mary Shedden
Dec 11, 2019 A new study has found that grief is common but rarely recognized in veterans American Homefront Project 03:50 0.0 Mary Shedden
Dec 16, 2019 Artie Shaw: The Reluctant Jazz Star NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Dec 18, 2019 More than shows: Today's USO is working to bridge the divide between service members and civilians American Homefront Project 03:54 0.0 Mary Shedden
Dec 18, 2019 The VA is teaching intimacy skills to veterans to try to save their marriages American Homefront Project 03:44 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jan 02, 2020 Remembering Max Roach, Rhythmic Innovator NPR Music 53:59 0.0 Craig Georg
Jan 02, 2020 Melba Liston: Bones Of An Arranger NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jan 02, 2020 A new law allows troops to seek compensation for malpractice by military doctors American Homefront Project 03:49 0.0 Julio Ochoa
Jan 06, 2020 Benny Waters: Innovation in Longevity NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Jan 16, 2020 The Pentagon says wildfires, driven by climate change, are a growing national security threat American Homefront Project 03:31 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jan 23, 2020 Far away from Washington, impeachment means little to U.S. troops providing military aid to Ukraine American Homefront Project 03:49 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Jan 29, 2020 The Army says its new marketing campaign aims to 'surprise our audience' American Homefront Project 03:42 0.0 Mary Shedden
Jan 29, 2020 In limbo for years: The U.S. military recruited non-citizens, but hasn't allowed them to serve American Homefront Project 03:42 0.0 Mary Shedden
Feb 12, 2020 Jazz in Song, The Words NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Feb 12, 2020 For some vets, peer counseling may be more helpful than traditional mental health treatment American Homefront Project 03:45 0.0 Mary Shedden
Feb 27, 2020 In Las Vegas, the VA has opened a new center to treat veterans with gambling addiction American Homefront Project 03:52 0.0 Mary Shedden
Mar 04, 2020 Veterans say it's not too soon to build a national memorial for the Afghanistan and Iraq wars American Homefront Project 03:42 0.0 Mary Shedden
Mar 09, 2020 Red Norvo: 'Mr. Swing' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Mar 12, 2020 Hundreds of National Guardsmen Remain Deployed At The Border. For Some, It's A Plum Assignment American Homefront Project 03:45 0.0 Mary Shedden
Mar 12, 2020 In a virtual townhall, a military community shares its coronavirus concerns American Homefront Project 03:43 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Mar 19, 2020 As colleges move classes online, Congress acts to protect veterans' GI Bill benefits American Homefront Project 03:21 0.0 Mary Shedden
Mar 23, 2020 Stanley Turrentine: Saxophone 'Sugar Man' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Mar 24, 2020 The VA is screening for coronavirus, but not everyone at the agency feels prepared American Homefront Project 03:42 0.0 Mary Shedden
Mar 30, 2020 Billie Holiday: 'Lady Sings the Blues' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Apr 03, 2020 The military has altered boot camp to protect trainees. Is it enough to prevent infections? American Homefront Project 03:33 0.0 Mark Schreiner
Apr 06, 2020 Charles Mingus: 'Fables of Bass' Part 1 NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Apr 06, 2020 The Emergence of John Prine (2 Hour Version) Paul Ingles 01:58:00 590.0 Craig Georg
Apr 09, 2020 For young military families, the financial effects of the pandemic can be severe American Homefront Project 03:34 0.0 Mary Shedden
Apr 13, 2020 Charles Mingus: 'Fables of Bass' Part 2 NPR Music 53:58 0.0 Craig Georg
Apr 15, 2020 The Navy's hospital ship in L.A. has few patients, and it's now battling COVID-19 among crewmembers American Homefront Project 03:00 0.0 Mary Shedden
Apr 20, 2020 Seated 8 feet apart with no audience present, Air Force cadets celebrate their graduation American Homefront Project 03:46 0.0 Mary Shedden
Apr 27, 2020 Sidney Bechet, 'Soprano Sax King' NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
May 04, 2020 Ellis Larkins: The Patient Pianist NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
May 06, 2020 Overwhelmed by veterans in need, support groups try to stay afloat during the pandemic American Homefront Project 02:57 0.0 Mary Shedden
May 14, 2020 More than two-thirds of the military supports transgender servicemembers, study finds American Homefront Project 03:44 0.0 Mary Shedden
May 14, 2020 The VA has moved thousands of healthcare visits online, but some veterans say the app has problems American Homefront Project 04:00 0.0 Mary Shedden
May 20, 2020 As it responds to the pandemic, the National Guard says more people want to enlist American Homefront Project 03:54 0.0 Mary Shedden
May 21, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is altering this year's Memorial Day tributes American Homefront Project 03:27 0.0 Mary Shedden
May 26, 2020 Al Grey: The Last Big Time Plunger NPR Music 54:00 0.0 Craig Georg
Total Points:       890.0