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BTR catches up with two members of ‘Nuf Said, a five-piece, world-touring funk and jazz band based in New York City.
BTR accidentally went to a nude resort and shot a bow and arrow.
Mika Kaurismäki is the director of the new film The Girl King. The film tells the story of Queen Kristina of Sweden, who in the 17th century at the age of eighteen attempted to modernize Sweden and has become known as one of the earliest feminist figures in Europe.
Ryan Schleeter joins us to talk about the intersection of the environment and social justice, checking in on the migrant crisis in Europe, and homelessness amongst NYC students is at an all time high.
If ever there was an artist capable of convincing you to “Remember The Highs”, it’s UK singer-songwriter Lucy Hill. BTR caught up Hill, who performs under the moniker Little Lapin, to chat about what has changed for her since her last Tune Up feature a year ago.
Climate Week – One of the latest alternative fuel concepts to shake up the auto industry is the flow cell, introduced by the Liechtenstein-based company nanoFlowcell AG. BTR reached out to Dr. Stephen Granade, the current Principal Research Analyst at Dynetics Inc., to hear his insight–and skepticism–on the technology.
New Economy Week – How one secret hotel transformed a fallen city.
This week we get secrets from locals on their homes, plus catch up with twenty-something traveler Angela!
Millennials Week – Social security can kiss my ass, I’m gonna see the world.

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