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Word of Mouth
12:34 pm
Fri January 20, 2012

Word of Mouth for 01.21.12

Photo by Leo Reynolds, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

                                                         

 

Part 1: Revenge of the Web-nerds

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Word of Mouth
3:45 pm
Fri January 13, 2012

Word of Mouth for 01.14.12

Photo by Lockhart Steele, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

Part 1: Political Red Herrings

Absent tight races or sex scandals, pundits, op-eds and media-makers occasionally flirt with tantalizing uncertainties to liven things up. Salon news editor Steve Kornacki wrote about five of the biggest non-stories you’ll hear far too much of during campaign 2012 - none of which (he says) will amount to a hill of beans.

Part 2: Ten Revolutionary Tea-Parties you weren’t invited to

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:23 pm
Mon January 9, 2012

10 Tea Parties You Haven't Heard About

Photo by Spychick via Flickr Creative Commons

With the first in the nation primary swirling around us, we turn to the spread of the Tea Party…circa 1774. We’re talking about the Annapolis Tea Party…the New York Tea Party, and other protests that boiled over in the colonies from Maine to North Carolina. These copycat protests were buried by the 92,000 pounds shoved overboard in Boston.

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Word of Mouth - Segment
8:00 am
Sat November 5, 2011

Word of Mouth for November 5th, 2011: Part 4

Zombie in San Fran
(Photo by Laughing Squid via Flickr Creative Commons)

Author Richard Asma explains why we're afraid of monsters.  And what to do when the zombie apocalypse happens (because it SO will).  

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Word of Mouth
12:45 pm
Wed November 2, 2011

The Prep School of Rock N'Roll

Ben McLeod Flickr Creative Commons

A group of teachers from St. Paul's in Concord trades hall-passes for instruments after school.  Two members join us to talk about the art of finely-aged Rock N'Roll.

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Word of Mouth
2:37 pm
Tue November 1, 2011

As The Publishing World Turns...

Zimpenfish Flickr Creative Commons

Amazon is back in the business of getting books on print - only now, they're hopping the middle man. Jason Boog, Editor of the publishing website Galley Cat, explains.

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Word of Mouth
2:17 pm
Tue November 1, 2011

Genetic Genocide: GMO Mosquitoes

Karl-Ludwig Poggeman Flickr Creative Commons

Editor for Scientific American Michael Moyer explains how genetically-modified mosquitoes could stop the spread of Dengue Fever; unless uncomfortable corporate practices don't cause a GMO backlash first.

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Word of Mouth
2:05 pm
Tue November 1, 2011

Deaf Jam Poetry - the signs of spoken word

Kaveh Khodjasteh Flickr Creative Commons

Deaf Israeli slam-poet Aneta Brodski collaborates with Palestinian interpreter Veronica Staehle, uniting culture and language through art.

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NH News
4:42 pm
Thu October 27, 2011

Uncovering the Stories Behind Manchester's Historic Buildings

herzogbr Flickr/Creative Commons

Yesterday we talked to the poet laureate of Rochester, who’s been preserving the voices of people who worked at city’s giant factory buildings.

Today we talk with a resident of Manchester who’s preserving the history of the buildings themselves.

NH News
4:32 pm
Wed October 26, 2011

"The Lost Soles of Rochester" Gives Voice To Factory Workers

Postcard of The Wallace Shoe Factory, Rochester, New Hampshire.

Fifty years ago the city of Rochester was home to giant shoe factories. Hundreds of workers made a living working with leather and handling huge machines.

Rochester’s shoe factory era may be gone, but the city’s poet laureate wants to make sure it’s not forgotten.

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Audio Postcard
12:44 pm
Tue June 27, 2006

Postcard from the Rock Swap

Precious stones, minerals and fossils were available for purchase or trade at the 42nd Annual Gilsum Rock Swap and Mineral Show.
Ian Junor

Over the weekend, hundreds of people from around the world showed up in the town of Gilsum, in southwest New Hampshire.

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Audio Postcard
4:49 pm
Thu June 27, 2002

The Weirs Beach Drive-In Takes You Back

Drive-in movie theaters offer a nostalgic option for outdoor entertainment.
Fraser Valley Pulse & Metro Vancouver Pulse

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