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Reflecting On Boston, The Biggest Trivia Contest, And The Music Of Amy Speace

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Reflecting On Boston, The Biggest Trivia Contest, And The Music Of Amy Speace

Reflecting On Boston, The Biggest Trivia Contest, And The Music Of Amy Speace

Reflecting On Boston, The Biggest Trivia Contest, And The Music Of Amy Speace

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Amy Speace's latest album is called How to Sleep in a Stormy Boat. Gina Binkley/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Amy Speace's latest album is called How to Sleep in a Stormy Boat.

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On this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered: We took some time to reflect on the Boston bombings with Muslim scholar Omid Safi, and others, then the country's oldest trivia contest, and finally the music of singer Amy Speace.

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