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PJ Crowley, Nick-90's TV, And Compton's Urban Farm

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PJ Crowley, Nick-90's TV, And Compton's Urban Farm

PJ Crowley, Nick-90's TV, And Compton's Urban Farm

PJ Crowley, Nick-90's TV, And Compton's Urban Farm

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, PJ Crowley talks about leaving the Pentagon, and we tune into Nick-90's TV and stop by an urban farm in Compton. Plus music from Vittorio Grigolo — and writer David Foster Wallace's last and most ambitious work.

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