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  1. I have become addicted to podcasts. I have subscribed to so many I just cannot get to them all. Some I listen to only every 6th episode or so, and some I never miss. Here are my top 3 heavy hitters that I never skip: New York Times The Daily Slate's Political Gabfest Slate's The Gist What are your favorites?
  2. Anyone listen to "The Sporkful"? I love it. Dan Pashman discusses the intersection of food, eating, people, and culture. Since the election I can't read or listen to current events and have a moratorium, so focusing on stuff like this. A good start is the episodes "Other People's Food". He's just a positive voice in this odd time. I think people on this forum would appreciate it. Episodes include "Should Bagels Ever Be Toasted?" "The Agony and Ecstasy of School Lunch" "Is This Pizza Worth Waiting For?" Give it a listen ...
  3. I stumbled across this today - Hometown Sounds, an Internet radio station devoted to DC metro area bands, all genres. It started as a monthly DJ night at the Argonaut until the kitchen fire several years ago. They have a 24/7 internet radio station via tunein.com. And produce a regular podcast.
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