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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Reflects On 'Ambition And Manhood In America'

Gregory Pardlo’s new memoir, Air Traffic, chronicles his complicated relationship with his father, a labor organizer who lost his job following the air traffic controllers’ 1981 strike.

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'Art Of The Wasted Day' Makes A Case For Letting The Mind Wander

Patricia Hampl’s sharp new book argues that daydreaming is a vital part of life. Maureen Corrigan says, after reading it, “you’ll understand more of what makes life worth living.” 6 more words

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Feed beef cows appropriately this spring

PROLONGED WINTER: With limited forage growth, supplements need to be fed to meet nutritional requirements of cows nursing calves.

Prolonged winter weather has limited forage growth thus far this spring, which means many farmers are still feeding hay to cows.  313 more words

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Fresh Air Weekend: James Comey; 'Atlanta' Actor Brian Tyree Henry

Comey defends the FBI against charges of partisanship. Critic Ken Tucker reviews John Prine’s The Tree of Forgiveness. Henry talks about his Atlanta character Alfred, aka the rapper “Paper Boi.” 7 more words

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Poultry Feeds

Wikipedia (2018) defines Poultry feed as “food for farm poultry, including chickens, ducks, geese and other domestic birds.”  As Jacobs (2018) explains: “Animals eat to acquire the energy and building materials that they need to live and grow.   1,428 more words

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Episode 837: The Belt, The Road And The Money

Today on the show, we connect the dots between New York, Uganda, Prague, and China’s thirst for resources.

(Image credit: SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)

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