Garden State Forecast

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

States could start receiving federal stimulus funds by today. Gov. Jon Corzine (D-NJ) talks about how New Jersey will use the money. Plus, comedian Margaret Cho on her new music career; and former UN weapons inspector Charles Duelfer.

Post your ideas for great brown bag lunches and read the other ideas here!


Margaret Cho, Gov. Jon Corzine and Charles Duelfer

New Jersey Forecast

The stimulus money is flowing, and how it is spent is largely in the hands of the governors. Jon Corzine, governor of New Jersey, talks about how his state will weather the recession and what stimulus programs are already under way. Garden Staters: What needs stimulus money ...

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Hide and Seek

Charles Duelfer, deputy chairman of the UN weapons inspection organization from 1993 to 2000 and leader of the Iraq Survey Group, talks about his new book, Hide and Seek: The Search for Truth in Iraq.

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Get Schooled

Michael Dannenberg, senior fellow in the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation and editor of the Higher Ed Watch blog, discusses the education portion of President Obama's speech last night and what it indicated about the future of education policy.

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Cho Time

Margaret Cho talks about her show, her new venture into singing/playing guitar and her forthcoming series on Lifetime this summer called "Drop Dead Diva."

Margaret Cho will be performing at the Bergen PAC on March 6th. Ticket information here.

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Crowdsourcing: Lunch

Kysha Harris, owner of the personalized cooking service SCHOP!, looks at the Brian Lehrer Show lunch project and offers a few ideas of her own for tasty packable lunches.

Post your ideas for great brown bag lunches and read the other ideas here!

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