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  1. Separate and Equal, a New Production 2018/09/13
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  2. Germany's Neo-Nazi Resurgence, Rethinking Our Expectations on Sleep, Shaping Children's Independence 2018/09/13
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  3. What Shapes Our Children's Independence? 2018/09/13
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  4. Evolving Sleep Patterns 2018/09/13
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  5. The Resurgence of Nazis in Germany 2018/09/13
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  6. Bob Woodward's Look Inside the Trump Administration, Understanding the Human Heart, Nationwide Prison Strike 2018/09/12
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  7. Bob Woodward Takes Us Inside Trump's White House 2018/09/12
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  8. The Prison Strike in Context 2018/09/12
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  9. A History of the Heart 2018/09/12
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  10. Musical Chronicles a Community in the Face of Chaos 2018/09/12
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  11. Jeffrey Toobin's Take on Giuliani, The Legend of Lauryn Hill, The People #MeToo Missed 2018/09/11
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  12. A Graphic Memoir on Finding Your True Self 2018/09/11
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  13. #MeToo Still Has Work to Do 2018/09/11
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  14. 20 Years of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 2018/09/11
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  15. Jeffrey Toobin on the "New" Rudy Giuliani 2018/09/11
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  16. Termites, the Answer to Environmental Challenges? 2018/09/10
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  17. The Story of Steve Jobs' Daughter 2018/09/10
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  18. The Hypocrisy of 'Changing the World' 2018/09/10
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  19. The Elite's Fake Reform, Steve Jobs' Daughter, Termites: Ecological Pioneers 2018/09/10
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  20. Memoir Explores Gender Roles in Pakistan 2018/09/10

    Author Khalida Brohi 's new memoir is I Should Have Honor: A Memoir of Hope and Pride in Pakistan . Brohi is from Pakistan where she was raised to respect the tradition of arranged marriage, but her perspective is radically changed when she discovers that an honor killing occurred in her own family.

    Guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  21. The Business of Toxic Chemicals, Ethan Hawke's New Film, Please Explain: (Breaking) Bad Habits 2018/09/07
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  22. Please Explain: Bad Habits and Self-Destructive Behavior 2018/09/07
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  23. A Tale of Modern India Based on King Lear 2018/09/07
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  24. Ethan Hawke's Ode to Blaze Foley 2018/09/07
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  25. The Families Getting Rich from Toxic Chemicals 2018/09/07
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  26. Emily Bazelon on the Supreme Court, A New Documentary on Yayoi Kusama, Police Reform Under Trump 2018/09/06
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  27. The Joy of Simple Things 2018/09/06
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  28. Kusama to Infinity and Beyond 2018/09/06
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  29. The Supreme Court's Move to the Right 2018/09/06
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  30. Small Town Police Abuses Continue 2018/09/06
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  31. New Lessons for a New Way of Living 2018/09/05
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  32. Vulnerabilities of an Inter-connected World 2018/09/05
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  33. Lee Breuer's 'Gospel at Colonus' 2018/09/05
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  34. Sound of Music for Rare Silent Movies 2018/09/05
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  35. The Perils of Hyperconnectivity, Revival of Gospel at Colonus, Life Lessons for the Future 2018/09/05
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  36. Gary Shteyngart's Latest Novel 2018/09/04
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  37. Techniques for Making Difficult Decisions 2018/09/04
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  38. Inside the Supreme Court, A New Novel by Gary Shteyngart, How to Make Decisions 2018/09/04
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  39. Behind the Scenes of the Supreme Court 2018/09/04
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  40. Narratives from Around the World 2018/09/04
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  41. An Odyssey into the Origins of Wine 2018/08/31
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  42. Please Explain: Milk 2018/08/31
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  43. Diana Henry's Latest Cookbook is Just Peachy 2018/08/31
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  44. Wines Making a Global Impact 2018/08/31

    Executive wine editor at Food & Wine Magazine , Ray Isle , discusses his article, “40 Wines That Changed the Way We Drink .” He offers his unique perspective on the history of wines that have profoundly impacted drinking cultures on a global scale. This is a rebroadcast of a segment that originally aired June 22, 2018.

    This segment is guest hosted by Melissa Clark.

  45. Diana Henry's New Cookbook, The Origins of Wine, Please Explain: Milk 2018/08/31
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  46. Reopening the Dinosaur Debate 2018/08/30
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  47. Undocumented Immigrants Are Getting Scammed, Rethinking Dinosaur Extinction, The Future of Gene Editing 2018/08/30
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  48. Scams Target Undocumented Immigrants 2018/08/30
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  49. The Implications of Gene Editing 2018/08/30
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  50. Germs and Food Safety 2018/08/30
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  51. Life Shaped by Coding 2018/08/29
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  52. Cars Are Collecting Your Personal Information 2018/08/29

    Christina Rogers discusses her recent piece in The Wall Street Journal titled “What Your Car Knows About You .” She looks at the data being collected by car companies, which includes everything from what music you play to how hard you pump your brakes.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  53. Cars Collecting Your Data, Plant Knowledge is Disappearing, Lives Shaped by Coding 2018/08/29
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  54. The Truth about Activist Investors 2018/08/29

    In The New Yorker article "The Doomsday Investor ," (online as "Paul Singer, Doomsday Investor") Sheelah Kolhatkar reports on activist investors who seem like watchdogs of corporate waste and corruption but who critics say are preying on companies and countries that are vulnerable.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  55. "Plant Blindness" Afflicts the U.S. 2018/08/29
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  56. Recovering from the Opioid Epidemic, Sex Workers in Politics, Untangling the Investigations in Washington 2018/08/28
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  57. Sex Workers Find a Voice in the Midterms 2018/08/28

    Aída Chávez discusses her new piece for The Intercept titled “Sex Workers are Rallying Behind a Democratic Socialist Running for New York Senate .” The article looks at the challenges faced when trying to rally sex workers to support a candidate and what it means to inspire political involvement in this disenfranchised community.

    This segment is guest hosted by Beth Fertig.

  58. Understanding the Washington Investigations 2018/08/28

    WNYC’s Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz, hosts of the "Trump Inc. " podcast, discuss Robert Mueller's investigation, Paul Manafort's trial, Michael Cohen's sentencing, and what these developments mean for the future of the Trump administration.

    This segment is guest hosted by Beth Fertig.

  59. The Stories that Make Us Who We Are 2018/08/28
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  60. Solutions for the Opioid Epidemic 2018/08/28
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  61. The Beatles, Gone but Not Forgotten 2018/08/27
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  62. The Surging Cost of Knee Surgery, Why The Beatles Still Matter, Calabrian Mafia's Collapse 2018/08/27
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  63. The Fall of the Calabrian Mafia 2018/08/27
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  64. The Only Girl at Rolling Stone Magazine 2018/08/27

    Acclaimed writer Robin Green discusses her memoir The Only Girl: My Life and Times on the Masthead of Rolling Stone . In 1971, Robin Green was hired as a journalist by Jann Wenner for Rolling Stone magazine. She regales us with tales of 1970s Hollywood and what it was like to be the only woman in the room.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  65. The Inflated Cost of Knee-replacement Surgery 2018/08/27

    Wall Street Journal reporter Melanie Evans discusses her recent piece about, “What Does Knee Surgery Cost? Few Know, and That’s a Problem .” Evans looks at why the costs of knee surgeries are so inflated and how that benefits the medical industry.

    This segment is guest hosted by Nancy Giles.

  66. The Challenges of Male Birth Control, Fighting Against Toxic Masculinity, Please Explain: Moodtopia 2018/08/24
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  67. Please Explain: Herbal Remedies 2018/08/24
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  68. A Groundbreaking Globetrotter 2018/08/24
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  69. Is the World Ready for Male Birth Control? 2018/08/24
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  70. Investigating the Relationship Between Men & Violence 2018/08/24
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  71. The Fall of Labor Unions, Sasson Gabay Stars in The Band's Visit, Police Officers Fight Against Racial Bias 2018/08/23
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  72. The Decline of Labor Unions 2018/08/23
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  73. Whistleblower Cops Refuse to Meet Arrest Quotas in New Documentary 2018/08/23
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  74. A New Musical Explores the Temptation of Popularity 2018/08/23
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  75. Sasson Gabay Takes the Lead in The Band's Visit 2018/08/23

    Sasson Gabay discusses what it’s like to take over for Tony Shalhoub as the lead in Broadway hit The Band’s Visit , which won 10 Tony Awards this year. He’ll also tell us about his career in Israel and what it was like to star in the original film version of the musical.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  76. The Fight to Protect Private Data, Challenges at a Chicago High School, The Truth About Election Polls 2018/08/22
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  77. A Chicago High School Faces Systemic Challenges 2018/08/22
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  78. Behind the Scenes of Electoral Polling 2018/08/22

    CBS News’ Elections and Surveys Director Anthony Salvanto discusses his new book Where Did You Get This Number?: A Pollster's Guide to Making Sense of the World . Salvanto takes readers on a tour through the world of polling and elections and what they say about America today.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  79. Can Worms Explain How Life Started on Earth? 2018/08/22

    Katherine Kornei discusses her recent article in Scientific American, “Tiny Worms Survive Forces 400,000 Times Stronger Than Gravity on Earth .” Recent research about worms that can withstand conditions found in space and other harsh environments may potentially shed light on how life began on Earth.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  80. Activists Put a Check on Data Collection 2018/08/22

    Nicholas Confessore discusses his New York Times Magazine cover story, “Under Their Thumb,” (online as "The Unlikely Activists Who Took On Silicon Valley — and Won "). He explores the battle between big tech companies and activists who are pushing legislation to stop personal data mining.

    This segment is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  81. Chris Hedges on American Despair, The Fascinating Story of Oklahoma City, Chapo Trap House and Satire 2018/08/21

    Chris Hedges looks at how American's health problems mirror larger issues in the U.S. Sam Anderson discusses the surprisingly quirky history of Oklahoma City. Tina Jordan discovers brilliant writings in the NYT archives. Matthew Christman , Will Menaker and Brendan James poke fun at reasonable debate.

    This episode is guest hosted by Duarte Geraldino.

  82. When the New York Times Published Reviews By a Prisoner 2018/08/21
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  83. Tirades for the Politically Hopeless 2018/08/21
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  84. The Surprising History of Oklahoma City 2018/08/21
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  85. The Real Reasons Americans are Sick 2018/08/21
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  86. The History Between Trump and Putin 2018/08/20
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  87. Emily Mortimer Pushes Boundaries in The Bookshop 2018/08/20
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  88. The Science Behind a Face Transplant 2018/08/20
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  89. Takedown in the Bronx, Emily Mortimer Stars in The Bookshop, A Groundbreaking Face Transplant 2018/08/20
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  90. Bronx Crime Continues Despite Mass Police Actions 2018/08/20
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  91. 21st Century Space Race 2018/08/17
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  92. Welcome to Space, A Floating Art Exhibition, Please Explain: Street Food 2018/08/17
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  93. Re-imagining an Antique Fireboat for a New Exhibition 2018/08/17
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  94. Please Explain: Street Food 2018/08/17
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  95. A New Film Explores the Bonds of Brotherhood 2018/08/17
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  96. North Korean Women Defect to the South 2018/08/16
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  97. Examining Black Art and Representation 2018/08/16
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  98. The Dodd-Frank Loophole, Creating Black Images, Government Approved Trolling 2018/08/16
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  99. Governments Campaigning to Control the Narrative 2018/08/16

    Michael Riley discusses his article for Bloomberg Businessweek , “A Global Guide to State Sponsored Trolling .” Governments around the world are using misinformation, technology, and digital and social media to suppress opposition to the government and promote government propaganda at a greater scale than ever before.

    This segment is guest hosted by Jenna Flanagan.

  100. What's Wrong with Dodd-Frank? 2018/08/16

    Professor Michael Greenberger 's recent paper, "Too Big to Fail Banks' Regulatory Alchemy ," highlights the loophole in Dodd-Frank that allows for the same high-risk trading that led to the financial crash of 2008. Greenberger offers strategies on how to avoid another major fiscal bust.

    This segment is guest hosted by Jenna Flanagan.

  101. Foster Care Placements on the Rise 2018/08/15
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  102. Increase in ICE Raids, The Legacy of Justice John Marshall, More Children in Foster Care 2018/08/15
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  103. Chief Justice John Marshall's Impact on America 2018/08/15
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  104. A Closer Look at ICE Raids in NYC 2018/08/15
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  105. Appreciating NYC's Public Gardens 2018/08/15

    Jane Garmey and David Scalza discuss some of New York City's beautiful yet under-visited and under-appreciated gardens in their book City Green: Public Gardens of New York .

    This segment is guest hosted Jenna Flanagan.

  106. Citi's Troubling History of Instability 2018/08/14
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  107. Booms & Bailouts at Citi, An Unforgettable Wedding, A Jamaican Immigrant's Dual Existence 2018/08/14
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  108. A Wedding Day Surprise Sparks a Memoir 2018/08/14
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  109. The Fact & Fiction of Airline Travel 2018/08/14

    Airline pilot Patrick Smith discusses his book, Cockpit Confidential: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel. Smith breaks down common fears, corrects misconceptions, and shares his appreciation for the wonders of flying.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  110. The Jamaican-American Immigrant Experience 2018/08/14

    Alexia Arthurs discusses her new book How to Love a Jamaican: Stories . In her debut collection about Jamaican immigrants and their families back home, Arthurs’ eleven stories offer a wide range of viewpoints from close-knit island communities to the streets of New York City and midwestern university towns.

    This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.

  111. Inside Tehran, America's Forgotten Border, Unruly Women 2018/08/13
  112. Filmmakers with Disabilities 2018/08/13
  113. An Intimate Look at Iran 2018/08/13
  114. The Forgotten Northern Border 2018/08/13
  115. Celebrity Women Pushing Boundaries 2018/08/13
  116. America in Transition 2018/08/10
  117. D.L. Hughley's Advice on 'How Not to Get Shot' 2018/08/10
  118. Leave No Trace Explores the Effects of War 2018/08/10
  119. Behind the Scenes of The Simpsons 2018/08/10
  120. D.L. Hughley Tells Us 'How Not to Get Shot', America's Favorite Cartoon Family, The Real Life Effects of Fracking 2018/08/10
  121. Maternal Mortality Rate on the Rise 2018/08/09
  122. New Film Celebrates All-Girl Skate Crew 2018/08/09
  123. Mothers at Risk, Jules Feiffer Illustrates History, Skater Girls Explore Friendship 2018/08/09
  124. Jules Feiffer Completes His Noir Masterpiece 2018/08/09
  125. What's Wrong with Our Bodies 2018/08/09
  126. Cover-Up of Toxic Chemicals in 3M Products 2018/08/08
  127. The 3M Reckoning, Fly Girls that Made History, Love in Wartime 2018/08/08
  128. An Intimate Portrait of Forbidden Love 2018/08/08
  129. Home Repair That Won't Break the Bank 2018/08/08
  130. Flying High, Beating the Odds 2018/08/08
  131. Charlottesville One Year Later, A New Production Examines Freedom, The Legacy of the Financial Crisis 2018/08/07
  132. The Effects of Charlottesville Now 2018/08/07
  133. How the Financial Crash Changed the World 2018/08/07
  134. New Production Presents a Portrait of a Life 2018/08/07
  135. New Play Explores Freedom in the 19th Century 2018/08/07
  136. Lawrence O'Donnell & Police Brutality 2018/08/06
  137. Advertising Disrupted, Boz Scaggs Does the Classics, Lawrence O'Donnell Searches for the Truth 2018/08/06
  138. Joseph O'Neill on Modern Day New York 2018/08/06
  139. Advertising in the Digital Age 2018/08/06
  140. Boz Scaggs' Gets Back to His Roots 2018/08/06
  141. Mead Day in Brooklyn! 2018/08/03
  142. The Force of Things, a Musical Composition 2018/08/03
  143. Journalism Under Trump, The Resurgence of Mead, 'Please Explain' Extraterrestrial Life 2018/08/03
  144. Please Explain: Extraterrestrial Life 2018/08/03
  145. The Changing Face of Journalism 2018/08/03
  146. A New Production of 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' 2018/08/02
  147. Life After Foster Care 2018/08/02
  148. The Dissemination of Fake News, Smokey Joe's Cafe is Back, Native Women Under Assault 2018/08/02
  149. Why Oil Booms Put Native Women in Danger 2018/08/02
  150. An Ecosystem of Misinformation 2018/08/02
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