Student Loans, Cicadas And Stinkbugs, And The Music Of Gin Wigmore

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hide captionCicadas live underground and emerge in 13- or 17-year cycles.

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Cicadas live underground and emerge in 13- or 17-year cycles.

Cicadas live underground and emerge in 13- or 17-year cycles.

Stephen Jaffe/AFP/Getty Images

On this episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered podcast, a check-in on student loans, the impending cicada and stinkbug invasion, and the rocker music of New Zealand;s own Gin Wigmore.

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