Wow. It's the first Word of Mouth Saturday show of 2014. It's like one final holiday gift, opened whilst downing the last of the leftover champagne and simultaneously making a resolution to listen to more public radio. Our Saturday show is the perfect mix of looking back, looking forward, and living in the now. Cheers!
- The Food Trends of 2013 and 2014: From the uber-hyped cronut, to Paula Deen's public meltdown, to the apocalyptic Sriracha shortage, AP Food Editor J.M. Hirsch recalls the flavor of 2013, and makes his culinary predictions for what's to come in the new year.
- How Should We Live? Author/philosopher Roman Krznaric peers into the near and ancient past for examples of how people through the ages approached love, work, family, time, money, death, creativity, and more.
- Inside Butler Boot Camp: Freelance writer John P. Davidson embeds himself at the Starkey International Institute of Household Management in Denver, where students can learn how to oversee and care for the homes (and families) of the super-rich.
- The Worst Films of 2013: Critic Bill Goodykoontz joins us to review 2013's most painful films so you don't have to. Plus, Comedian Dana Gould remembers B-movie legend, Lon Cheney Jr.