AndrewHazlett / Andrew Hazlett

Writer embedded with insurgent do-gooders in Baltimore | in-progress: @GoucherCNFMFA| supporter: @hackbmore @impacthubbalt | book reader & critic | tw: @andrewhazlett | web:

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  1. After 20 Years, Basement Bhangra Says Bye to New York | WNYC | New York Public Radio, Podcasts, Live Streaming Radio, News

    What started as a monthly party in 1997 became an institution, providing the city’s emerging South Asian creative class with a …

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  2. Why It’s Not Too Late For Contact Tracing | FiveThirtyEight

    As the U.S. starts to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say we’ll need to track everyone who has come in contact with a COVID-19 patient to stop new ch…

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  3. Blocked and Reported: Are You Woke Enough To Pay For A Sex Worker? Also: What’s The Matter With Meghan Daum? (Featuring Meghan Daum)

    After the pod gets off to yet another rough start thanks to a vicious anti-bread tirade Katie levels at Jesse, the cohosts discuss "Why Won’t Woke Boys Pay For Sex?," the MEL Magazine article that lit Twitter on fire last week: Is Progressive Sex-Worker Discourse in line with most people’s intuitions about the nature of prostitution? Then the cohosts move on to "I Left New York for Greener Pastures — and a Puppy," a controversial Meghan Daum article in GEN. Soon they are joined by a special guest, who may or may not be Meghan herself (yes, it is her).

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  4. Jared Kushner, Our First Android Vampire President | The New Abnormal with Molly Jong-Fast & Rick Wilson on acast

    In the latest episode of The New Abnormal, Rick Wilson and Molly Jong-Fast discuss Baby Trump’s high chair, his low-rent supervillain of a Treasury Secretary, and whether Jared the K is undead or just a robot. Rick reveals that some of Trump’s own campaign staffers are afraid to give the boss real polling numbers. Plus! Philippe Reines joins our dynamic duo to discuss his week-long MAGA media diet, and how it feels to return to the land of the libtard cucks. Tune in! See for privacy and opt-out information.

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  5. Gray Matters, 2015

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  6. Inequality by design: How redlining continues to shape our economy - Marketplace

    A traveling exhibit connects the racist housing policies of the past to the inequities of today.

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  7. Cape Up: America ‘has been abused by this president,’ former RNC chairman Michael Steele says

    Michael Steele, former chair of the Republican National Committee, discusses President Trump’s daily briefings and how Trump has treated Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. This episode contains explicit language and listener discretion is advised.

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  8. Here’s The Deal – Joe Biden On COVID-19 with Senator Amy Klobuchar

    On “Here’s The Deal,” former Vice President Joe Biden provides a voice of clarity during uncertain times. Each episode will feature in-depth conversations about pressing issues with some of the nation’s top experts — paired with the heart, compassion, and wisdom only Joe can deliver. You can find our podcast on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart …

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  9. Here I Stand  |  Ricochet

    Martin Luther kicked off the Protestant Reformation with his immortal words, “here I stand; I can do no other.” President Trump earns praise and scorn for his similar attitude, and as a result has forced conservatives and Republicans to rethink their orthodoxies. Is a conservative reformation at hand? Noted author Yuval Levin joins the Horse …

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  10. Connecting Baltimore’s Narrative | WYPR

    What if, instead of seeing Baltimore as a collection of troubles, traumas, assets, resources and deficits … we looked at her as the heroine of a novel? Or

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