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Monday, August 21, 2006

Break-ups happen throughout life and keep happening at all ages. The older you are, the longer the relationship, the more there may be at stake in a break-up. Monday, the contributors and editor of a new book Cut Loose: (Mostly) Older Women Talk About the End of (Mostly) Long-Term Relationships published Rutgers University Press discuss the psychology, the neuro-science and financial aspect of breaking up. Plus, live coverage of the president's press conference and pearls of BBQ wisdom from a pit master.

Live Coverage of George Bush's Press Conference

Debra Rosenberg, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief for Newsweek Magazine
- analyzes the President's comments

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Fancy-Free

Nan Bauer-Maglin, academic director of the CUNY Baccalaureate Program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and editor, Cut Loose: (Mostly) Older Women Talk About the End of (Mostly) Long-Term Relationships (Rutgers University Press, 2006)
- on ending relationships late in life
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Finger Licking Good

Robert Richter, Pitmaster of Hill Country BBQ
- on the rise of Barbeque in New York, his career in competitive Barbeque and his work for BBQNYC a barbeque event on August 26th 2006

» BBQ-NYC a Barbeque Extravaganza in NYC August 26, 2006

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Beth Fertig




Beth Fertig

Originally uploaded by wnyc.

Substitute host and WNYC reporter Beth Fertig samples some of the BBQ that guest Robert Richter made. Richter is an award winning BBQ-er.

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Gray Divorce (but no Gray Hair)

We got a few emails about today's segment on divorce and break-ups among older adults. Here are a couple:

My parents divorced after almost 49 years, both in their 70's. There were many factors, but I can tell you that my mother wanted to leave my father in 1968, ...

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BL T-Shirt




BLTshirt

Originally uploaded by New York Public Radio.

The Brian Lehrer Show T-Shirt as worn by audio engineer Debbie Daughtry in Memphis, TN. Tune in on Wednesday for a ...

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