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Is The Earth Cooking Up Another Super Volcano?

Every few million years or so, the Earth burps up a gargantuan volcano. These aren’t like volcanoes in our lifetimes; […]

Yes, Cats Know How To Fall On Their Feet. But These Guys Do It Better

The champ has met its challenger. Drop a cat and it will swing its head to a horizontal, rearrange its […]

Penguin Poop Leads Ice Researchers To Huge Colony

In 2009, a team of researchers from the British Antarctic Survey were studying satellite images of the Antarctic when they […]

Close Shave: Asteroid To Buzz Earth Next Week

An asteroid the size of an office building will zoom close by Earth next week, but it’s not on a […]

Animal Magnetism: How Salmon Find Their Way Back Home

Before they end up filleted and sautéed on your dinner plate, salmon lead some pretty extraordinary, globe-trotting lives. After hatching […]

Fresh Clues In Dinosaur Whodunit Point To Asteroid

Some 66 million years ago, about 75 percent of species on Earth disappeared. It wasn’t just dinosaurs but most large […]

Next Time Your Mom Says Don’t Go Out in The Rain, Spray Yourself With This

OK, this is an ad. I can’t vouch for it. I’m almost embarrassed to be showing it to you. But […]

Stone Age Stew? Soup Making May Be Older Than We’d Thought

Soup comes in many variations — chicken noodle, creamy tomato, potato and leek, to name a few. But through much […]

Why You Love That Ikea Table, Even If It’s Crooked

Have you ever spent a couple of hours working on a craft project — or a presentation for work — […]

Exercise Can Be Good For The Heart, And Maybe For Sperm, Too

Guys, it may be time to get off the couch and hit the treadmill — especially if you want to […]

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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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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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