Whale of a Tale

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Amy Sutherland made waves with her essay about applying wild animal training to her husband. She expands her ideas in her new book What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love and Marriage. Also, envisioning America after Iraq and another installment in this week’s food series Something to Chew On – the pleasures and pitfalls of loving stinky cheese.

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Amy Sutherland

Potomac Primary Results

Washington Post reporter Michael Shear, discusses the results of the Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC primaries.

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Scheuer on Negroponte and Post-9/11 Foreign Policy

Michael Scheuer, CIA veteran, senior fellow at the Jamestown Foundation and the author of Imperial Hubris and Marching Toward Hell: America and Islam After Iraq (Free Press, 2008) says we’ve taken a wrong turn in combating terrorism since 9/11 and reacts to selections from Brian's interview with Deputy Secretary ...

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The Whale is Back: Shamu the Book

Amy Sutherland, the author of What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love and Marriage (Random House, 2008), discusses her new book on what animal training taught her about husband training.

What Shamu Taught Me About Life, Love and Marriage is available for purchase at ...

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Reaction to Steroids in Sports Hearings

WNYC reporter Dan Blumberg reports on the testimonies of Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee.


Something to Chew On: Stinky Cheese

Jamie Forrest, writer of the cheese blog curdnerds and contributor to serious eats, discusses the social setbacks of loving stinky cheese.

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