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Coming up on The Record, 4/16: millennials respond to housing issues, news from Canada, and improving health ratings for restaurants

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Education
3:31 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

New Study Says 'Flipped Classrooms' Improve Student Performance

Flickr Photo/ccarlstead

David Hyde talks with University of North Carolina professor Russell Mumper about how reversing the traditional classroom model increases student performance.

Maritime Industry
3:31 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

Playing Nice: The Longstanding Rivalry Between The Ports Of Seattle And Tacoma

The Port of Seattle with Mt. Rainier in the background.
Credit Flickr Photo/phixional_ninja

Steve Scher talks with Steve Dunphy from Crosscut about how the Seattle and Tacoma ports could advance the maritime industry if they would just set aside their decade-long rivalry.

Meat Retail
2:54 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

Where’s The Beef From? Starting Saturday, Meat Labels Will Have To Tell You

Meat labeling in the US will roll about more specific information about origin including where meat was born, raised and slaughtered.
Flickr Photo/Robert Couse-Baker

Meat-eating grocery shoppers will see something new starting this Saturday: A label that includes the location of where the meat they’re buying was born, raised and slaughtered.

It has been a bumpy road to implementation since a law was passed in the US regarding meat labeling in 2002. Supporters of origin labeling include consumer groups who pushed a “right to know” argument and some farmers who argued that labeling would increase the demand for American meat.

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Seattle City Council
3:41 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Licata's Advice To Kshama Sawant: 'Be Honest To Yourself And Respect People'

Seattle Councilmember Nick Licata.

Ross Reynolds talks with Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata about the unique challenges that outsider candidates face.

777x Production
3:28 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Witchita Shows Solidarity For NW Machinist, But Other Cities Still Wooing Boeing

A prototype for the 777x from a Boeing handout.
Boeing handout.

Ross Reynolds and Steve Scher interview Huntsville, Ala., Mayor Tommy Battle and aviation reporter Daniel McCoy of the Wichita Business Journal about what their states are offering the Boeing company in exchange for the 777x.

Podcastees And Twitterers
3:02 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

John Hodgman On Flying, Seattle Socialists And 'The Twitter'

John Hodgman, left, and John Roderick perform Friday night at the Neptune Theatre in the University District.
Credit KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

Comedian John Hodgman and songwriter John Roderick came by KUOW’s studios to promote their show at 8 p.m. on Friday at the Neptune Theatre in the University District. What followed, however, was a wonderfully meandering conversation that focused on ribbing our dear host Steve Scher.  

Highlights are below, but honestly, you should listen, because you will laugh out loud.  

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Good Reads
2:39 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Nancy Pearl's Picks: Poetry And Football

"The Art of Losing" and "The System"

Steve Scher sits down with everyone's favorite librarian Nancy Pearl for her book recommendations of the week including the collection “The Art Of Losing: Poems of Grief and Healing” edited by Kevin Young, and “The System: The Glory And Scandal Of Big Time College Football” by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyain.

World Population
2:38 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

The Demographic Surprise Inside The Population Explosion

A crowd of people in Lalibela, Ethiopia.
Flickr Photo/gordontour

Steve Scher talks with New Yorker reporter Elizabeth Kolbert and professor Steven Philip Kramer about under-population trends cropping up in some developed countries.  

Personal Finance
1:34 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Cash America Found Guilty: Regulators Crack Down On Payday Lenders

Flickr Photo/Scurzuzu

Ross Reynolds talks with Washington Post economy reporter Danielle Douglas about how regulators are cracking down on payday lenders. 

Economy And Politics
3:59 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

The Metropolitan Revolution: How Cities Are Becoming Powerhouses

Flickr Photo/Henry Alva (CC BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks to Bruce Katz, vice president of the Brookings Institution and co-director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, about how cities are becoming a fix to the economy and to politics.

Education Controversy
3:54 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Seattle School Board Approves New Boundary Plan

Flickr Photo/Chris Campbell

Ross Reynolds talks with KUOW education reporter Ann Dornfeld about the Seattle School Board's decision to approve a new school-assignment plan.

Technology
3:54 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

An App To Curate News To Your Taste

Ross Reynolds sits down in the studio with Cory Bergman, co-founder and general manager of the new NBC-owned Breaking News app that allows users to curate news alerts by their interests.

Hollywood Heroines
3:48 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Katniss Everdeen: The New Superwoman?

Katniss Everdeen, the heroine from book series and film franchise the "Hunger Games."
From the "Hunger Games" Facebook page.

Steve Scher talks with film historian Caetlin Benson-Allott, assistant professor of English, film and media studies at Georgetown University, about a new genre of Hollywood heroines.

Congress
3:46 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

The Art Of The Filibuster

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin

Steve Scher talks with historian Julian Zelizer, professor at Princeton University, about the US Senate Democrats' vote to avoid Republican filibusters.

Author Interview
3:41 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

An Unflinching Portrayal Of Foibles And Follies

Ann Patchett's essay collection "This is the Story of a Happy Marriage."

Steve Scher talks with author Ann Patchett about her newest collection of essays "This is the Story of a Happy Marriage."

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