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One part of Arlington National Cemetery — a rectangular, 14-acre portion known as Section 60 — holds the rawness and grief of recent loss. What follow are nine portraits of families whose lives are now rooted here.
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NYT Magazine 29m
The Indri lemurs of Madagascar: - are one of the largest living lemurs - form monogamous pairs - mate for life - SING DUETS TOGETHER (which you can listen to, right here: )
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NYT Magazine 1h
What follows are portraits of nine families whose lives are tied to Arlington National Cemetery’s Section 60 — the final resting place of the loved ones they lost to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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NYT Magazine 2h
The screeches of a bat colony in Mozambique. The sound of the earth cracking in Chile’s Atacama desert. The high-pitched laughter of rats in New York City’s sewers. Plug your headphones in, and let’s begin:
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NYT Magazine 3h
Listen to the sound of the earth cracking in Chile's Atacama Desert:
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At Section 60, people gather to grieve and to celebrate and to pray, to toast lost loved ones and to share stories with other families who have lost someone to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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NYT Magazine 4h
We often choose our travel destinations based on what we want to see, or eat, or do. But what if we traveled to listen? Our fall Voyages Issue brings you 11 sounds from 11 destinations across the world:
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NYT Magazine 5h
Lava erupting from Kilauea is a spectacular, cataclysmic sight. The sound it makes is just as mesmerizing. Listen now:
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For three generations of grieving Americans, Section 60 is their communal turf, a small patch where wars that have yet to end are observed by those who suffered their most painful costs.
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NYT Magazine 6h
The deafening roar of Iceland's Dettifoss waterfall. The crunch of lava flowing from the erupting Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. The sound of winds blowing through a grove of Aspen trees in Utah. What if we traveled to listen?
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NYT Magazine 7h
The screeches of a bat colony in Mozambique. The sound of the earth cracking in Chile’s Atacama desert. The high-pitched laughter of rats in New York City’s sewers. Plug your headphones in, and let’s begin:
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NYT Magazine 7h
Welcome to New York, where the sewer rats are probably laughing at you. No really, they are, and the sound artist has been recording them for years. Listen to what rat laughter sounds like: )
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NYT Magazine 7h
Rats. Bats. Lemurs. Lava. Waterfalls. Volcanoes. Take a sonic adventure around the world with our Voyages Issue.
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NYT Magazine 7h
One part of Arlington National Cemetery — a rectangular, 14-acre portion known as Section 60 — holds the rawness and grief of recent loss. What follow are nine portraits of families whose lives are now rooted here.
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Jake Silverstein 9h
Incredible section in today’s paper from on families of fallen soldiers. Bravo to for bringing us these powerfully moving portraits. Read and reflect on what these families have given, and continue to give.
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Dan Barry 11h
And here is that powerful special section on Arlington National Cemetery's Section 60. Take the time: "Those Who Can’t Forget"
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NYTimes Wordplay 11h
Listen to read you some of the clues in this Sunday's audio edition of !
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NYT Magazine 23h
The screeches of a bat colony in Mozambique. The sound of the earth cracking in Chile’s Atacama desert. The high-pitched laughter of rats in New York City’s sewers. Plug your headphones in, and let’s begin:
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NYT Magazine 24h
The deafening roar of Iceland's Dettifoss waterfall. The crunch of lava flowing from the erupting Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. The sound of winds blowing through a grove of Aspen trees in Utah. What if we traveled to listen?
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NYT Magazine Sep 22
Listen to the sound of the earth cracking in Chile's Atacama Desert:
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