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BTR's Timothy Dillon gets us stoked for season three of HBO's "Game of Thrones." Plus, How Old Saint Nick keeps up with new technology.
A new company called Z!NG Revolution decks out the WIRED store for the first time. Plus, some landmark changes in U.S drug policy.
Environmental specialist Zoe Reich talks geothermal heating. Plus, Gabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo predicts the future of privacy on the net.
Prof. Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera discusses violence and organized crime in Mexico. And later, Chaz Mannenheim gabs about the best rivalries of 2012.
It's Specialization Week on BTR, and we're exploring highly-specialized entrepreneurs.
A sneak peak at the new Wii-U gaming console and how Occupy reinvented itself in the wake of Sandy.
It's Dirty Week on BTR! Is one political party 'dirtier' than the other? Also, more with professional dominatrix, Mistress T.
We explore D.B. Cooper, man of mystery, and the origins of the legendary Toynbee Tiles.
Taking a look at 20-something entrepreneurs in NYC and Daniel Mustard talks about his days as a homeless musician.
It’s Free Week on BTR!
It's Bike Week on BTR! First, we sit down with Morrigan McCarthy of Restless Collective, a two-person multimedia project that aims to explore the world, figuratively and literally, by bike. Along with her partner, Alan Winslow, McCarthy completed an 11,000-mile bike tour of the United States. And later, we head to the Motor City for an interview with Zak Pashak, a young Canadian politician and music entrepreneur that's breaking into the bike business in a big way. Despite the city's bad rap, Pashak fell in love with Detroit and opened his own bicycle manufacturing plant, Detroit Bikes.
For The New Economy Week on BTR, we feature a special segment on the Rent Strike in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Later, Sam Kazman, Lead attorney for the the Competitive Enterprise, states his organization's case against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.