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  • Could Climate Change Spur Revolutions?

    A new study asserts that global warming contributed to a three-year long drought in Syria, setting the stage for a civil war.

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  • The Moist Towelette Museum Is a Thing

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    Sporkful host Dan Pashman talks to the Moist Towelette Museum's curator, then discusses how napkin color affects meal enjoyment and if scented hand soaps belong in restaurants.

  • Big Sean: 'I Stuck With My Gut'

    "I made a promise to myself," says the Detroit rapper. "I would never ever not follow my heart again. That way if I rise or fall, sink or swim, it's by my own choice and my own decisions."

  • Low and Slow: The Lost Art of Braising

    The Leonard Lopate Show

    James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Michael Ruhlman talks about braising and his new book, How to Braise. 

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  • Kim Gordon: Redefining The 'Girl In A Band'

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    In her new tell-all memoir, the Sonic Youth co-founder reflects on her career in music and art, and her life after the end of her marriage and the band.

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  • Watch: Dan Deacon, In The Studio

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    Watch the endlessly exuberant electronic musician perform songs from his latest album, Gliss Riffer, in the Soundcheck studio.

  • Guster, Live In The Greene Space

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    The band Guster is back with a denser, dancier version of their iconic 90s sound.

  • Emmy The Great: Elegant Pop And Poetic Wordplay

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    Watch the Hong Kong-born, London-raised, Brooklyn based songwriter perform in the Soundcheck studio.

  • Why Aren't Festivals Showcasing More Female Musicians?

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    When this year's lineup for Coachella was unveiled, many noticed how few women were on the bill. Feminist music writer Katie Presley explains why festivals are such a dudefest.

  • Lady Lamb Broadens Her Palette On 'After'

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    The contemplative and uninhibited songwriter returns to perform songs from her upcoming album, After, in the Soundcheck studio.

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