On today's show: Time
magazine business correspondent Michael Schuman
discusses the dynamic transformation of Asian economies into miracle powerhouses of growth. Then, our latest Underappreciated
summer reading series continues with a look at the 1910 Nobel Prize-winning author Paul von Heyse. Also, organic peach farmer David Masumoto
on what he learned about growing things from his father. Plus, chefs Daniel Boulud
and Sosie Hublitz
with the executive food editor of Nation's Restaurant News
discuss how restaurateurs are adapting to the recession. RSVP to the Lopate Show’s Projections screening of "Ace in the Hole" on August 18th in WNYC’s Greene Space here: firstname.lastname@example.org BUT HURRY-- SEATING IS LIMITED!