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On Valentine's Day, Huey Lewis and The News released Weather — what might be the last album in a career that has spanned four decades. That's because the band's frontman and namesake can no longer hear his own music as it sounds.

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And finally today, I'm sure many of you remember this song.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "THE POWER OF LOVE")

HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS: (Singing) That's the power of love. That's the power of love.

FADEL: "The Power Of Love" helped make Huey Lewis and the News one of the most iconic musical acts of the 1980s. Now they're back with a new album, "Weather," the band's first album of original songs in nearly 20 years.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHILE WE'RE YOUNG")

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For years now, more and more people have been embracing their natural hair. They're choosing to let it curl rather than straightening it with heat and chemicals. And if you're part of the curly hair community, you know this natural hair movement runs deep.

Valentine's Day is one of the busiest days of the year for those who work in restaurants. It's also a day that many in the industry love to hate.

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In Kenya today, some men are boycotting Valentine's Day and going instead to men's empowerment conferences. NPR's Eyder Peralta joined me earlier from Nairobi with some of the attendees.

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