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There are thirty-eight people in adactio’s collective.

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  1. 45. Geoff Manaugh

    Geoff Manaugh’s blog BLDGBLOG, which he started in 2004 to talk about architecture and landscapes, has been one of my favorite blogs for years. He’s also the author of the book, A Burglar’s Guide to the City, which was optioned for television by CBS, and has contributed to publications like The New York Times, The Atlantic, Cabinet Magazine, The New Yorker, and Domus. In this episode, Geoff and I talk about how architecture became the center of a venn diagram of his various interests, the changing state of architecture discourse, working with editors, and how to look at design through new lenses.

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  2. MVMA vs. State Farm oral argument


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  3. Episode 46: Gary Johnson, Angel Olsen, and a Bee Stylist | The New Yorker

    Gary Johnson talks guns and marijuana, dead bees are beautified, and the actor Reed Birney reads a Donald Barthelme short story.

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  4. Soaring Skies - Latino USA

    Jose Sainz, a master kite maker and flyer from San Diego talks to Jocelyn Frank about his fascination with the majesty and power of the wind.

    Click here to download this week’s show.

    Jocelyn Frank is an independent radio journalist, sound artist and musician. She’s produced and reported internationally for NPR and BBC Radio 4 and helped to develop and launch the successful UK-facing BBC Radio program Americana. She’s the creative director of Voices of Health; an audio project that documents the stories of DC residents living with HIV and AIDS. Voices of Health can be heard online and through listening stations installed in public spaces across the District of Columbia.

    Here’s a video of Jose flying his kites:


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  5. Because Science | Because Science | Wisconsin Public Radio

    "Because Science" is an extension of WPR’s popular "Central Time" science segment and produced in partnership with "Discover" magazine. Host Veronica Rueckert showcases the most compelling stories from the world of science.

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  6. Racism On College Campuses | Wisconsin Public Radio

    A letter to the UW-Madison campus community from the outgoing Chair of the Student Council made t

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  7. This woman has been stuck in Korea for three years trying to get home to the US | Public Radio International

    Her adoptive parents never filed the paperwork to make her a US citizen. So Kim Craig fell through the cracks. And now she finds herself stuck in Korea after a visit, unable to get back to the US.


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  8. Episode 18: Laura Wachs

    Not every adoption story is the same. Some adoptees struggle within their adoptive families out of neglect, of not feeling loved or a sense of belonging. Adoptees who return to Korea to live often face other issues too: of confronting their relinquishment and grief over biological parents. Korean-American adoptee Laura Wachs, 28, shares her story, and of how poetry has given her the strength to now help others who are also trying to make sense of their own meaning of family.

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  9. Faced with climate change, Canadian Arctic residents fear their way of life is melting away | Public Radio International

    As the permafrost melts in the arctic town of Iqaliut, people are dealing with problems they never saw coming. What are the Canadian and local governments doing to help?

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  10. Greenland Has The World’s Highest Suicide Rate, And Teenage Boys Are Especially Vulnerable : Goats and Soda : NPR

    Greenland has the world’s highest suicide rate. And teen boys are at the highest risk.

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