Apologies, Restaurant Reviews, the Documentary "Bidder 70"

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Tim DeChristopher and members of Peaceful Uprising, the grassroots, nonviolent environmental action group he founded, protest in Washington DC. From "Bidder 70," directed by Beth and George Gage

Dave Bry talks about how apologizing to everyone from his date to a junior high school dance to his cancer-stricken father has helped him come to terms with his past. Then, Raymond Sokolov on watching the food world change since 1971, when he was named food editor at the New York Times. And the directors of the documentary “Bidder 70” tell the story of Tim DeChristopher, who was sent to prison after he successfully bid against energy and mining companies to buy 22,000 acres of land in Utah with no intention of drilling on it.