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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Crows
It may be winter, but it's a surprisingly busy time for birds in Minnesota. (The Daily Circuit, 01/29/2015)
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Duluth-based children's book author Margi Preus draws from history and folklore to craft her tales. (The Daily Circuit, 01/29/2015)
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The latest research on our changing climate. (The Daily Circuit, 01/29/2015)
We discuss this latest outbreak, and talk about what's behind the push away from vaccines.
David Kortier has been making early Irish harps in Duluth for more than 20 years, one of only a handful of people in the world to preserve the craft.
A debate from NPR's Intelligence Squared series about the value of books. Four experts debate the motion, "Amazon is a reader's friend." Attorney and the best-selling author of legal thrillers Scott Turow is one of the debaters, as they explore the future of book publishing and the best way to serve readers.

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