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Talking the politics of food with NYU professor Marion Nestle, plus the story of Cincinnati's King Records.
BTR Sports with Sam and Kory is a sports show focusing on more than just the results and Brett Favre. Each week we take an in-depth look at a topic from the world of sport from a broader, cultural angle. This week talk about different ways of settling tie games, post-game handshakes and discuss Kory’s enigmatic refusal to open a Facebook account.
BTR Sports with Sam and Kory is a new sports show focusing on more than just the results and Brett Favre. Each week we take an in-depth look at a topic from the world of sport from a broader, cultural angle. This week for Sibling Week we welcome Kristy’s twin sister into the studio and talk about how sibling rivalries translate naturally to the sports world. Plus we look at some current events from the sports world.
It's Friday again on BTR, and you know what that means... time for fashion! This week, BreakThru Radio is hosting Charity Week, and we've been featuring articles, interviews, and video pieces that highlight various charitable organizations, and ideas for giving back. Joining us on today's Sew & Tell is Elizabeth Carlock, who works with three different non-profit organizations in Uganda, Peru, and Texas, to better womens' lives through craft work. Elizabeth is a designer in her own right, and has a beautiful jewelry line of both for-profit and non-profit collections. On today's show, she'll talk about how a high school project became her life-long passion and company, her role with each of the three non-profits, and her future plans for Elizabeth Carlock Designs. Plus, an awesome music mix today with new tunes from The Ladybug Transistor, Junior Boys, and Fool's Gold, mixed in with some older-but-goodies from Camera Obscura, Belle and Sebastian, and Yeasayer. So stick around... it'll do you good!
A book that celebrates the library's vast collection - and patrons - by featuring a diverse group of celebrities, including Stephen Colbert, the Harlem Globetrotters and Yoko Ono, posing with or discussing their favorite library treasure. Its distribution is part of the library's centennial celebration.

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