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5 Questions with Andrew Harper: Where Vacations Are Headed in 2018 and Beyond

Sometimes in the process of news gathering or carrying out coverage, a defining moment happens to a news agency or blog. Welcome to our new Beyond Bylines series: 1,337 more words

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Season 2, Episode 4: David McDavitt

In which David McDavitt, also known as my daughter’s architecture teacher, talks about getting in character, playing reggae and Afrofunk music, why he calls his students Jujubear, whittling down one’s dreams, and the historical surprise of his beard. 10 more words

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5 Questions with Zig's CEO and Co-Founder: How the App is Shaking Up the Way People Engage with News

Sometimes in the process of news gathering or carrying out coverage, a defining moment happens to a news agency or blog. Welcome to our new Beyond Bylines series: 762 more words

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Season 2, Episode 3: Anne Dailey

In which Anne discusses the implications of her decision to attend law school, having a stroke at her office, her return to the stage after many years away, and the influence that Anne of Green Gables’ teacher had on her life. 10 more words

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Season 2, Episode 2: Sumi Vatsa

In which Sumi talks about life in New York City (where she moved almost by accident), having a teeny dog (#teammouse), providing a theme for each year of her life (#yearoflaughter), doing stand-up comedy, her relationship with Mindy Kaling, and oh so much more. 10 more words

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Season 2, Episode 1: Bob Rosenblatt

In which my dad, Bob Rosenblatt, describes his exploits in Times Square in the middle of the night as a copy boy during college and his sunrise trips to take a nap on the beach. 10 more words

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Episode #37: Tara Spuhler McCabe

In which Tara discusses transforming her house into a thumping dance party, how she gets unstuck, having the courage to leave a great job, and more. 9 more words

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