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Objects in Mirror: November 28, 2007 Archive

Freshly archived: Anthony Bourdain audio

Posted at 8:29 AM on November 28, 2007 by Julia Schrenkler

There is nothing worse than noting an on air appearance after the fact, except perhaps noting that I'm personally disappointed I missed the live interview.

Anthony Bourdain not only turned up on Midmorning yesterday, the writer-chef-rock-n'-roll-fan sat down on Monday with Mary Lucia...Two new reasons this unabashed Bourdain fan is grateful for MPR's audio archive.

Join MPR's online Q&A with Dr. Leonard Sax

Posted at 12:09 PM on November 28, 2007 by Julia Schrenkler

MPR's Midmorning guest Dr. Leonard Sax joins us for a weeklong Q&A about Boys Adrift: What's Really Behind the Growing Epidemic of Unmotivated Boys. From the program description:

Family physician and psychologist Leonard Sax has noticed a troubling trend over the past decade -- unmotivated boys falling behind in school and in life. In his new book, Sax discusses the causes and the possible solutions.

Share your questions in our Gather.com discussion regarding his book or the topic. Dr. Sax will answer questions through next Wednesday, December 5th.

Jon Gordon breaks out the turntable

Posted at 2:17 PM on November 28, 2007 by Julia Schrenkler

Future Tense host and blog author Gordon admits he pulled out a turntable only to be reminded why he switched to CDs in the first place. Check out his blog entry Vinyl vs. CD: An MTV analysis from 1993, and let him know where you stand on this particular evolution of technology.

Featured discussion: Foreclosure: It's not just for poor people anymore

Posted at 3:53 PM on November 28, 2007 by Julia Schrenkler

Bob Collins published an interesting discussion on Gather: Foreclosure: It's not just for poor people anymore. He notes,

The mortgage foreclosure crisis isn't just another blot on lower-income neighborhoods. Sometimes it's a blot on the toney ones, as a search of Hennepin County's foreclosure database shows.

He goes on to profile an investor who had to foreclose on a Kenwood Parkway address. Of course it didn't just affect the house owner, it has a block-wide impact. Has your neighborhood been hit with a foreclosure? Join the online discussion to share your comments or give Bob another angle to consider.

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