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Some seafood recipes are better for winter.
Old reflections, new analysis about the assassination of JFK 50 years later.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss their feelings on taking big steps in relationships. Then, the two analyze California's new revenge porn law in the Range of Relationships segment. DJ Dillon, co-host of BTR's RAR, comes on the show to talk about female archetypes in romantic comedies. For more information on California's new law, check out Forbes and the New York Times. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:38 Bricola - Coastgaard 01:10 Range of Relationships: Big Commitment Steps 09:00 Cuckoo - Dr. Dog 09:28 Relationships in the Digital Age: CA’s Revenge Porn Law 19:23 Make It Up - The Blow 20:01 What to Learn from RomComs: Women Archetypes 31:01 Outro 31:49 Finish The Music Coastgaard (Official Coastgaard album art.) Live: Oct 23 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY Dr. Dog (Official B-room album art.) Live: Oct 19 - USF Sun Dome - Tampa, FL Oct 20 - Sunset Cove Amphitheater - Boca Raton, FL Nov 1 - Stage AE - Pittsburgh, PA The Blow (Official The Blow album art.) Live: Oct 19 - Flying M Coffee Garage - Nampa, ID Oct 20 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR Oct 21 - Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room - Seattle, WA
Try this healthier version of classic banana bread.
Twitter and Google have released transparency reports in the past, but what does that mean in light of the NSA PRISM scandal?
Actress Angelina Jolie made headlines recently when she revealed in a New York Times op-ed piece that she recently had a preventative double mastectomy after learning she has a faulty gene, known as BRCA1, which gives her an elevated risk of developing breast and/or ovarian cancer. Jolie says she is telling the world her story because she wants to be an example for other women. BTR Pulse’s Lauren Hawker spoke to people in New York about Jolie's decision, including oncologist Dr. Lynn Ratner and breast cancer survivor Lynn Buckner who, herself, underwent a double mastectomy.
Every major error from every major media outlet covering the Boston Marathon bombing, tallied for your enjoyment.
As LGBT rights are becoming more recognized, people are demanding this antiquated "therapy" be abolished.
Obama administration policies that would have sent progressives up a tree under Bush.
Cynicism, irony, millennials, and whether a "New Sincerity" means we should be looking on the sunnier side of life.
How legalization in California and Colorado might impact foreign policy.
How to keep your computer safe from the latest threats from across the internet.
On February 2nd, Grand Central Terminal celebrates the centennial anniversary of its opening. To mark the occasion, New York Times Urban Affairs correspondent Sam Roberts spoke with BreakThruTV’s Lauren Hawker about his new book, Grand Central: How A Train Station Transformed America.