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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 89 - Katherine Ramsland and the Boy in the Box

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 01/17/2023

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Here we are, a couple of weeks into DST, and a lot of us are still frazzled by the time shift. What sleep doctor Seema Khosla said last year still holds true: it's normal to be frazzled, and the shift should end!

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They're pretty, they're everywhere, they destroy vineyards. They're spotted lanternflies, and entomologist Julie Urban is working to get this pest under control. Until then, the best way to control them is to squish them!

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Baseball will be differerent this year - pitchers and batters are on a time clock, infielders have to stay in their positions, and the bases are bigger! Scott Lauber, baseball writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, tells us how this will affect the game.

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And the Oscar goes to...? Movie critic Sam Adams looks over the nominees, addresses the screen vs. stream problem, and reminds us that it's really just a trade show with golden statues.

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So, if you're on Medicare, why do you need a Medicare Advantage plan? (Fill in the celebrity name) says I do! Medical journalist Cheryl Clark takes us on a trip through a very convoluted medical maze.

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Little known fact: the elected government of Wilmington, NC, was overthrown by terrorists "by the ballot and the bullet" in 1898. David Zucchino told the story in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Wilmington's Lie."

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It's Valentine's Day! Ever take a trip with your loved one through a Tunnel of Love? Back in 2021, we went on a different kind of "dark ride" with Chick Russell, who creates them. Let's do it again!

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Everything, everywhere, all at once! It's more than just a movie title! Physicist and philosopher David Wallace says it's a good interpretation of science's quantum theory.

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And now, fresh from a history-making appearance in Dubai and Abu-Dhabi, it's bio-ethicist Art Caplan! Art's helping the United Arab Emirates develop ethical guidelines for an emerging health care sector.

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Back in June of 2020, with the world in the throes of the COVID lockdown, we asked movie critic Carrie Rickey to suggest what to binge. 

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