This week on “Sunday Morning” (Sept. 3)

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HURRICANE HARVEY: The long road from catastrophe for Houston
Mark Strassmann reports from Texas on the damage left by Hurricane Harvey and the road to recovery.

        
COVER STORY:
When disaster relief brings anything but relief
When natural or man-made disasters strike, well-meaning people often rush to send bottled water, household goods, clothing — literally the shirts off their backs. But sometimes the vast amounts of good will that people send do more harm than good, clogging airport runways and causing unnecessary logistical hardships for relief workers. 

NPR’s Scott Simon joins us for a look at disaster relief that might be no relief at all. (An earlier version of this story was originally broadcast on April 24, 2016.)

How to help Hurricane Harvey and flood victims

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ART:
Exhibits you may have missed
This Summer saw some intriguing and even transient offerings in the art world. Lee Cowan reports.

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ENTERTAINMENT:
Movies of Summer
A rundown of the most popular films of the season.

       
BUSINESS:
A window company’s clear vision
Every product at the Marvin Window and Door Company is made to order, and so is their creed: they treat every employee as if they were friends and neighbors — because, in the tiny town of Warroad, Minnesota, they are.

Conor Knighton visits Warroad to find out what sets Marvin apart from many other firms, even when the company has faced difficult times.

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MUSIC:
Deborah Harry
Tracy Smith catches up with the lead singer of Blondie.

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ENTERTAINMENT:
Songs of Summer
A rundown of the most popular music of the season.

      
HARTMAN:
Harvey

      
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Harvey

In an interview with “Sunday Morning” the actor talks about his “SNL” spoofs of the president and his new autobiography, “Nevertheless.”

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SUNDAY PROFILE: Actor and memoirist Alec Baldwin is having the time of his life | Watch Video
The 59-year-old Oscar-nominated actor has won two Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes for “30 Rock.” And with his gift for mimicry, Baldwin has made a huge impression with his appearances as President Trump on…

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