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The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 94 - Scott Lauber

The Musical Innertube

Release Date: 03/14/2023

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Magicians often band together for fun (and profit). Here are two members of the Artificial Wizards group, Kyle Purnell and Vince the Vaudevillian, talking about the shows and secrets they share. Magic in the making!

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Here's more with Justin Timpane, who talks about making music at home, and why the Star Trek/Star Wars universes are running out of steam. Hear some of his music -- and, hey, get a free t-shirt!

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It's been 22 years since terrorists flew planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center. That means it's been 22 years since Mike Hingson and his guide dog Roselle got out of the first tower alive.

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He's the man behind the "Ninjas Vs." trilogy of B-movies, as well as films like "The Christmas Cancellation" and "The Distanced." Justin Timpane shares what happens in the world of indie filmmaking. ALSO: listen to get a free T-shirt!

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Tornadoes leave death and destuction in their path. So do serial killers. Writer and forensic psychologist Katherine Ramsland talks about how her new novel explores those similarities, as seen through the latest case of her Nut Cracker Investigators.

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Climate change is causing permafrost to melt, unearthing things that have been frozen for hundreds of thousands of years.  Bio-ethicist Art Caplan says some of those things are viruses that we might have no way of combatting.

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We all do it: try to figure out the meaning of the vanity plate on that car that's in front of us.  Isaac Klein took it one step further, getting the stories behind the plates in his podcast Vanity.

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Dava Sobel has written about science for her entire career.  Now, she's letting others do the writing.  She's editing a column in Scientific American magazine featuring poetry about science.

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Director and editor Sam Pollard talks about The League, his film about the owners, players and patrons of Negro League baseball from the turn of the century until its success proved its undoing in the 1960s.

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Nurses are the backbone of medical care in the U.S.  They're also overworked and underpaid. Sarah Di Gregorio's book Taking Care tells the history of nursing and details all they do for patients.

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