Ask Me Another
11:41 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Sublime Rhymes

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OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST:

You're listening to ASK ME ANOTHER, connecting people to puzzles since 2012. I'm your host, Ophira Eisenberg, and joining me right now is puzzle extraordinaire, Greg Pliska.

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EISENBERG: And let's welcome our contestants. We have Marty Ambos and James Bronzan.

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EISENBERG: Hi guys, welcome to ASK ME ANOTHER.

MARTY AMBOS: Hi.

EISENBERG: Hi.

JAMES BRONZAN: Thank you.

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The Two-Way
11:41 am
Thu March 7, 2013

NPR's Brenda Box, An Excellent Editor, Wicked Wit And True Friend, Dies

Brenda Box, NPR Newscast editor and good friend.
Kathy Rushlow NPR

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 12:38 pm

Before The Two-Way launched in May 2009, a smart decision was made: We would sit with, and work closely with, the producers, editors and anchors on the NPR Newscast Desk. It made sense to put the hosts of a breaking news blog with the team that gets breaking news on the air. The Newscast team has helped us in countless ways.

The Two-Way lost a dear friend Thursday, someone who brought her sharp mind and editing skills to NPR's newscasts and always gave us good guidance. She also had a wickedly funny sense of humor that made it fun to come to work.

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It's All Politics
11:40 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Rand Paul Talks His Way Into The Political Big Time

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul leaves the floor of the Senate early Thursday following his filibuster of the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA director.
Charles Dharapak AP

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 12:58 pm

Rand Paul has gained new prominence in ways that inevitably lead to speculation about his political future, including the possibility of a presidential run in 2016.

The Kentucky Republican's marathon filibuster that began Wednesday raised his profile above those of other junior but ambitious conservatives in the Senate, says GOP consultant David Carney.

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Alt.Latino
11:36 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Guest DJ Gustavo Santaolalla

Argentine musician Gustavo Santaolalla has won two Academy Awards for Best Original Score for the films Brokeback Mountain and Babel.
Kevin Winter Getty Images

Originally published on Mon June 17, 2013 10:02 am

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Music
11:35 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Etana, Female Reggae Artist Shines

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 12:43 pm

Etana is a reggae soul artist whose music is infused with strength and positivity. She talks to host Michel Martin about the inspiration behind her new album Better Tomorrow.

Music Reviews
11:33 am
Thu March 7, 2013

David Bowie Awakens To 'The Next Day' Of His Career

After a 10-year hiatus, David Bowie has just returned with The Next Day.
Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 2:30 pm

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The Salt
11:31 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Startup Wants To Redefine How Local Foods Get To Your Door

Employees of Good Eggs deliver produce, meat and other local foods from producers in the Bay Area of California.
Courtesy of Good Eggs

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 1:13 pm

Rising consumer demand for local foods has changed the job description for ranchers like Doniga Markegard.

Markegard, co-owner of Markegard Family Grass-Fed in San Gregorio, Calif., loves working with cattle, but she's not fond of the hours of phone calls and emails it can take to sell directly to a customer.

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Governing
11:30 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Small Towns Struggle Too

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MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

I'm Michel Martin, and this is TELL ME MORE, from NPR News. Coming up, many small colleges say they're making a big push to diversify, but what happens when those diverse students and faculty actually show up? We'll talk about that in just a few minutes. But first we want to talk about some of the financial struggles that cities and towns have been having over the last few years.

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The Two-Way
11:26 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Facebook Set To Unveil Big Changes To Your News Feed

The new look of Facebook's news feed.
Facebook

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 12:49 pm

Update at 1:31 p.m. ET. Larger Images, Mobile Oriented:

Facebook announced today that it was overhauling its "news feed." This is significant on two fronts: First, this is truly the first big makeover for the feature since its inception. Second, its users — some 1 billion worldwide — are known to be very touchy about changes.

Reuters said the new news feed is "visually richer" and "mobile device-oriented." It means the feed will look the same on your computer as it does on your mobile device.

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Shots - Health News
11:25 am
Thu March 7, 2013

To Save A Life, Odds Favor Defibrillators In Casinos

Main Street Station casino security staffers Jim Daugherty (left) and James Boles show off an automated external defibrillator in Las Vegas in 1997. Back then, the idea of putting the devices in casinos to save lives seemed like a long shot.
Lennox McLendon AP

Originally published on Thu March 7, 2013 2:22 pm

If someone's heart suddenly stops beating, a quick shock can be a lifesaver.

By the time a person can get to the hospital, though, it's often too late. The chances of survival are best, in fact, if the shock is given within three minutes of a person's collapse.

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