June 2, 2009 There are some books that meet all these criteria and still don't make it on the air. These volumes inhabit what I call "the shelf of constant reproach." It is kind of an editorial purgatory inhabited by worthy titles awaiting just the right news ...
May 6, 2009 Today, we kicked off our summer reading series by interviewing Colson Whitehead, who is the author of Sag Harbor. I wonder, though, if the references make sense if you are not one of Colson Whitehead's post-Boomer/pre-Internet contemporaries. For ...
April 27, 2009 The federal government has declared a public health emergency as officials continue to monitor cases of sickness believed to be a strain of swine flu. Already, more than 100 people have died in Mexico and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports at least 20 cases in the U.S. NPR's Luis Clemens discusses the health crisis and Mexico's dramatic response.
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March 16, 2009 Gracias, Michel.
March 12, 2009 Yesterday, President Obama opened the door to upping the ante along the U.S-Mexico border.
February 20, 2009 Yesterday, Tweety Bird interviewed President Barack Obama. For real.
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