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Drugging France

Addiction isn’t a one-size-fits-all disease. Women experience it differently than men.

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In the Wake of Sea Level Rise

Sea level rise is making tsunamis more destructive and endangering white cedar trees.

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What Makes a Place?

It’s almost impossible to look back on family road trips without thinking of Cracker Barrel. The chain restaurant has a distinct sense of place – like going home to your grandparents house. But it also looks exactly the same wherever you go. On today’s show: the paradox of Cracker Barrel.

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Cravings

The holiday season is about cheer, gathering with loved ones and, of course, food. Navigating nutrition from ultra-processed foods and picky kids to pro athletes and food sovereignty.

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Winning NIL

Student athletes can finally earn money off of their name, image and likeness. And: many elite athletes have had their careers ruined for using banned substances. Is it worth it?

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Open Book

How 108 farmers became teachers.

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Underground and Taboo

In the 1990s, a group of Black mothers known as The Circle formed an underground gambling ring in Danville, Virginia.

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Destroying the Soul

Yemen’s ongoing humanitarian disaster.

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Magic and Miracles

The connection between Mr. Rogers Neighborhood and daoism.

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REPLAY Writing Through

What do the mythological Chimera and motherhood have in common?

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REPLAY: The Voyage of the USS Albatross

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Baking by Ear

Talking Betty Crocker recipes and prosthetic limbs.

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