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Debate with a Muslim scholar on the popular article "What ISIS Really Wants"

The article in The Atlantic, titled “What ISIS Really Wants,” was the most read Atlantic article in history.  I saw many of my own Facebook friends sharing and discussing it recently, and with a title like that, I was hopeful that it could provide some real, … 234 more words


Glorious lamb — what's on your Easter table?

I have lamb, spring and Easter on my mind, so I thought I’d reshare a post from two springs ago, when I wrote about lamb four ways for NPR’s Kitchen Window. 490 more words

Good Eats

San Bernardino's Mitla Cafe featured on NPR's The California Report & Latino USA

I recently helped reporter Lisa Morehouse complete a story that features San Bernardino’s historic Mitla Cafe, one of the oldest Mexican restaurants in California. This was the first story for Lisa’s new series entitled “ 63 more words


Broadway's Most Revived Musicals

Host Robert Hammond featured songs from some of the most revived Broadway musicals, including Porgy and Bess, Show Boat, Fiddler on the Roof, and West Side Story on… 22 more words


Stream Toro y Moi's Tingly New Album, 'What For?', Now

Chaz Bundick, also know as, Toro y Moi is making his new album, What For? available to stream online for free in advance of the physical release date. 62 more words

New Music

Data in the News for the week of March 30, 2015

In the news: How the estimated future 30 million first party data smart devices will affect the IoT * New start up has created an automated system to determine who to hire based on voice *Google’s Pony Express project aims to let users view and pay bills within Gmail * and more.
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Big Data

Toro y Moi - "What For?" (Album Stream)

Chaz Bundick aka Toro y Moi’s fifth studio album, What For? is slated for an April 7th release, but as always, the good people over at NPR have it available right now for our streaming pleasure. 24 more words