Jeremy Adam Smith talks about what happens when fathers become stay-at-home dads, a growing trend in this current economic crunch. Then, jazz pianist Marcus Roberts performs live in studio with his trio. Also, Barry Mazor explores the legacy of Jimmie Rodgers, the railroad brakeman who has inspired a range of singer-songwriters, from Woody Guthrie to Dolly Parton to Beck. Plus, a look at Google’s "book project" and the class action settlement that would give the company control over digitizing almost all the books covered by US copyright law.
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