Things We Learned This Week

Friday, January 13, 2012 - 03:52 PM

Dolly Parton and Leonard Lopate in the WNYC studios (Melissa Eagan)

The Leonard Lopate Show's week in review.

How to tell the History of the World in 100 Objects

Gary Shteyngart used to read the Zagat Guide for fun.

When you want to kill your boss, kill him or her with kindness instead.

Anonymous is never unanimous.

If you’re looking for an underwater pumpkin carving contest, head to Guatánamo.

Dolly Parton will put a smile on your face.  

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