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With 120 leaders in New York for The United Nations General Assembly this week, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s arrival is causing a stir. The controversial leader, who has spoken publicly about ending the state of Israel and suggested that 9/11 was an inside job, is staying at the iconic Warwick Hotel. We caught up with protesters — including Nathan Carleton, communications director for United Against Nuclear Iran — outside the hotel as Ahmadinejad arrived.
Hundreds gathered outside the U.N. to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Ali Gharib joins us to discuss Middle East protests and Romney’s secret remarks about Israel and Palestine.
On the new phenomenon of dining without visual stimuli.
Designer clothes you can throw in the machine. Sound absurd? Not at all! This week’s Sew & Tell guest is a savvy young designer who recently struck out on her own to prove that dreams really can come true. Tamar Daniel is an Israeli-born, London-bred entrepreneur, designer, mother, friend, and style icon. Armed with impeccable taste and a background working for Top Shop and Anthropologie, Tamar set out this year to launch TMRDNL, her eponymous line of fashionable, well-tailored classics with a leg up on the competition: these gorgeous garments are DIY-laundry-friendly. Not only that, but they’re built for movement, and ready to keep pace with the ever-changing demands of today’s woman, all while ensuring elegance. How is this possible? Stay tuned to find out, as Tamar discusses childhood inspirations, fabrics, multi-cultural style infusions, and more! Plus, some great throw-back classic rock sounds on the show today, with tracks from Crocodiles, Pond, Little Barrie and more. So ditch your dry-clean-only blouse and come learn how to be a practicalista!

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