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Culturetopia: Minor Key Edition

This week’s podcast of NPR’s best arts and cultural stories includes a look at an unexpected thematic commonality in a […]

Biomedical Research Using Chimps Should Be Curtailed

Most of the biomedical research currently being done on chimpanzees is unnecessary and the need for chimps in medical studies […]

How The Army Made A Sandwich That Stays Fresh For Two Years

For the U.S. military around the world, the enemy can be hard to pinpoint and even harder to defeat. But […]

Quiz: The Known Knowns About The Iraq War

Every war creates its own vocabulary. Politicians step up their rhetoric, while grunts on the ground come up with new […]

Sioux City Debate: GOP Candidates’ Last Joint Meeting Before Voting Starts

The Republican presidential debates have mattered more this year than anything else in determining which candidate had the momentum and […]

Experimental Magnetic Pulses May Help Heal A Brain After Stroke

A little brain stimulation seems to speed up recovery from a stroke. This isn’t the sort of brain stimulation you […]

As Flag Is Put Away, America’s Mission In Iraq Symbolically Ends

America’s colors have been cased in Iraq — the flag was just symbolically put away at a ceremony marking the […]

Fired Up: The Year’s Best Science Fiction, Fantasy

2011 was a good year to be a reader of science fiction and fantasy, although lately every year has been […]

A Shift in Manufacturing, As Workers Lose Jobs

Conventional manufacturing jobs shrink, while oil and gas drilling forces focus on different factory work.

2010-11 Manufacturing Layoffs in Oklahoma

Announced manufacturing layoffs in the state since 2010: Air Systems Components (Ponca City, OK) – 63 employees Caterpillar (Tulsa, OK) […]

5PM to 7PM A Prairie Home Companion

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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