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Popular ASL Interpreter Moves to the Music

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November 29, 2013
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American Sign Language interpreter Holly Maniatty has become a hit on the concert and festival circuit. Her high-energy signing style brings musical performances alive for those who can't hear. (Nov. 29)


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