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01/16/2017
about 2 hours
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We the Hosts of Overdue, in Order to form a more perfect Podcast, establish Humor, insure earbud Tranquility, provide for uncommon offense, promote our listeners’ Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Goofs to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this podcast on the Constitution for the United States of America. No really, we did it. A whole podcast on the Constitution, its origins, and the Bill of Rights. We talk about what the Framers didn’t say, what they didn’t predict, and what we wish people WOULDN’T do with the Constitution in years to come. This week’s show is brought to you in part by Blue Apron, Penn State World Campus, and Squarespace.
01/13/2017
22 minutes
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With a voice that borrows heavily from opera, Downs performs the kind of full-throated mariachi singing that would fit right in at Mexico City's Garibaldi Square — ground zero for mariachi.
01/12/2017
about 1 hour
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Dr. Martin joins us once again (we think he just enjoys pimping us) to go over three important topics.  Bariatrics is becoming more common on the ABSITE every year and as always spleen and pancreas are also very common! We will be publishing a few more in the next weeks to come to really cram it in before the ABSITE! Once again, thanks again to Dr. Martin to taking time out of his busy schedule to join us for review.  Please take time to check out the EAST TRAUMACAST available on iTunes to really drive these trauma points home.
01/13/2017
about 1 hour
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Are you OK, because Kelsea and Allison are not OK. We're back and talking all about Nick's package — yes, that one this time. Plus, Corinne takes the lead as this season's villain during a wedding-gone-wrong, while Liz and Nick have a serious discussion about their future that goes horribly wrong. Are you OK? We’ll also hear from The Bachelor himself! Nick Viall talks about how heavily edited “The Bachelor” really is, his personal type, and if he’s really there for the right reasons. This interview is from an earlier episode of Bustle's sex and relationship podcast "I Want It That Way" titled “Breakups, The Bachelorette, and Ghosting (feat. Nick Viall)”.
01/17/2017
4 minutes
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William Hague, former UK foreign secretary, has become the latest prominent figure to join the payroll of a big American bank in the run-up to Brexit. Patrick Jenkins talks to the FT's investment correspondent Laura Noonan about the move. Music: Kevin MacLeod
01/10/2017
27 minutes
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Hear McCaslin, the saxophonist and bandleader whose group backed David Bowie on Blackstar, near the anniversary of that album's release. Selections include an instrumental take on Bowie's "Lazarus."
02/02/2017
about 1 hour
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On this program, guest host Jane Curtin presents four stories involving art and artists.  Love is the enemy of art in Stacey Richter’s “The Minimalist,” read by Parker Posey; a lonely boy and an aging painter are friends in William Boyd’s “Varengeville,” read by Dan Stevens; and Dolan Morgan and Helen Phillips offer two surreal stories about home life and parenting, inspired by a mural artist Ed Ruscha’s created for New York City's High Line. The readers are Rita Wolf and Heather Burns.