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If Almonds Bring You Joy, Enjoy More For Fewer Calories

Scientists are starting to discover that the standard way of measuring calories, established more than 100 years ago, may not […]

Phelps And Franklin Add To Their Medal Totals, And A New Teen Phenom Emerges

In one of the last showcase days for swimming at the 2012 Summer Olympics, American athletes Michael Phelps and Missy […]

Track Cyclist’s Admitting To Intentional Crash Won’t Bring Investigation

If one thing is clear at these London Games, it’s that not doing one’s best is not only uncool — […]

Another Batch of Protests Planned at Chick Fil A

A counter to Wednesday’s show of support for the fast food chain.

The Science Behind Olympic Six-Pack Abs

Every four years, we look forward to watching the jaw-dropping athleticism of the Summer Olympic Games. But — let’s be […]

More Cases Of New Swine Flu Virus Appear In Three States

Federal health officials Friday reported a jump this summer in the number of people who have gotten infected with a […]

Drive For Profit Wreaks ‘Days Of Destruction’

In his latest book, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Chris Hedges takes a look at the tensions that arise between […]

Fresh Air Remembers Writer And Critic Gore Vidal

In Gore Vidal’s New York Times obituary, Charles McGrath described the writer as “the elegant, acerbic all around man of […]

The Responsibilities Of Being The Greatest Film Of All Time

The internet age has only confirmed humanity’s love affair with lists, not to mention multiplied how many we write. Lists […]

Crum: Lee Maynard’s ‘Love Letter’ To His Hometown

Lee Maynard’s 1988 semi-autobiographical novel Crum is set in the small, poor West Virginia town where he grew up. The […]

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A Prairie Home Companion

Live every Saturday night, A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "The News from Lake Wobegon."

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7PM to 8PM Folk Salad

Folk Salad

Folk Salad Hosts Richard Higgs and Scott Aycock play an eclectic mix of Folk, Singer/songwriter, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Red Dirt, and anything else we happen to like that week.

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8PM to 9PM For the Sake of the Song

For the Sake of the Song

Greg Johnson, owner of The Blue Door in Oklahoma City gathers the best Red Dirt musicians in the region for his show.

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