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Week of January 4
- Kai talks with Koa Beck about her new book White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who they Leave Behind.
- Marketplace is following three small biz retailers throughout the holidays – what they are facing in terms of selling & shipping. We check back in with Irene Kesselman (Ali Cat toys in Carrboro, NC), Rue Newby (Label by Three in Phoenix, AZ), and Annie Lang Hartman (Compass Paper, Co in Lealanau County, Michigan).
- January 4: Telehealth has spiked dramatically since the start of the pandemic. PwC’s Health Research Institute put out a report in December, saying telehealth will be huge in 2021, but there are roadblocks, especially around racial equity.
- January 5: This is the first time that AI could be playing a role in creating our congressional districts. What does that mean, will it actually help, and which companies stand to benefit?
Arts and Culture
Time Machine from The Current is a sonic journey across music history. Each week, host Bill DeVille takes you back to the sounds of a specific year with a carefully curated list of the best songs. Plus, he’ll invite you to reexamine some deeper cuts as we look back on what happened that year in music, pop culture and the world.
January 8: 1996
- The Fugees scored big with the album The Score, Beck dropped his best yet and 2PAC released his first ever rap double album – the same year he was gunned down. Sublime & Rage Against the Machine both issued debut albums, The Wallflowers featuring Bob Dylan’s son Jacob had their biggest year, and there were phenomena like The Spice Girls and the Macarena. Outside the world of music, Clinton and Gore won a 2nd term, over 12 million Americans tuned in to watch the final episode of Murder, She Wrote, AOL was the biggest website around and Dolly the Sheep became the first mammal ever cloned. Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers were on their way to winning the Super Bowl, Michael Jordan and the Bulls won their 4th NBA title and the New York Yankees won their 1st world series in 18 years.
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NEW episode – January 8:
- Soup is on this week with award-winning chef Jenn Louis and her new book The Chicken Soup Manifesto. Jenn answers listener questions and brings us her uniquely global take on chicken soup. She’s collected recipes from all over the world, from Algeria to Columbia to Panama.
- Then, the Splendid Table staff holds a taste-off of store-bought chicken stock. Make sure you tune in to find out who the winner is.
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