So Long from Bryant Park
ALISON STEWART, host:
And that is it for this Tuesday edition of THE BRYANT PARK PROJECT. Thank you so much for hanging out with us. I'm Alison Stewart.
LUKE BURBANK, host:
I'm Luke Burbank. Tomorrow, we've got part two of our nuclear energy series. Get out your pencils and get ready to brush up on your nuclear physics.
STEWART: We promise it won't be homework. It won't be spinach. It could be broccoli. That, apparently, is good for you, though. Hey, we'll be around online for the rest of the day on our blog. Go to npr.org/bryantpark.
This is THE BRYANT PARK PROJECT from NPR News. See you all.
BURBANK: I'm never asking people what their favorite song is. That always goes badly.
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