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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 45 - Nancy Ryan Rodgers

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 11/30/2021

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 50 - A Retrospective show art The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 50 - A Retrospective

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"What a long, strange trip it's been." A phrase perfectly suited to Don and John, who are "deadheads" in EVERY sense of the word.  Join our hosts as they walk you back through 50 episodes, (Just make sure you don't trip while walking backwards.)

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How long to quarantine? Mask or no mask? Open schools or remote learning? Bioethicist Art Caplan answers all your COVID questions and says the messaging on COVID should be a little clearer and more direct. (You know, like John and Don, only not as silly.)

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Like his contemporaries Edison and the Wright brothers, John Browning changed the world with his inventions. Nathan Gorenstein tells about the life and times of the genius who revolutionized how guns are made.

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The Christmas season is a time for giving - and this season, you have the opportunity to give and support people who have been giving of themselves on behalf of foster kids all year.  Listen as Lori Serratelli tells the story of CASA, and get your virtual ornament at dauphincountycasa.org/tree.

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Folklore expert Cory Hutcheson finishes the "Holiday Trifecta," telling us all about Christmas traditions and quirks (not to be confused with the famous law offices of Traditions and Quirks). 

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The week is seven days.  Why? And why does each day seem to have its own personality? David Henkin has been looking onto this for a week of Sundays, and he has some fascinating answers to these questions.

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Have you heard about the only successful terrorist overthrow of an established local government in America? David Zucchino, author of the Pulitzer prize-winning "Wilmington's Lie," talks with John and Don about what happened in 1898 and how it still resonates today.

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Nancy Ryan was a morning radio fixture in Harrisburg, PA, for 25 years at country station Bob 94.9. Then, one of those mornings, she became the victim of a budget cut. Nancy tells Don and John how she bounced back.

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Why do we eat turkey on Thanksgiving? How did Black Friday get started? Did America really celebrate Thanksgiving in April? And are we REALLY that thankful for Don and John? Folklore expert Cory Hutcheson has all the answers!

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Tough times for the supply chain - there are thousands of shipping containers full of the stuff you want for Christmas piled up on the docks of Los Angeles. Nick Roman tells us about the mess and whether it'll be cleaned up in time for the holidays.

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Nancy Ryan was a morning radio fixture in Harrisburg, PA, for 25 years at country station Bob 94.9. Then, one of those mornings, she became the victim of a budget cut. Nancy tells Don and John how she bounced back.