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S-Town will take on the non-fiction story of a nasty feud, a hunt for hidden treasure and the mysteries of one man's life. Also: murder.
Other than the inescapable fact that one of the people on stage appeared to be public radio legend Ira Glass, it was a totally ordinary performance.
A manager at an American pork processing plant tells This American Life his plant sells pig rectum that ultimately gets used as imitation calamari.
In a seething blog post, monologuist Mike Daisey blasts the backlash to his controversial show about working conditions at Chinese factories where Apple products are made.
"What has happened today is that rather than exporting that standard of life, which is within our capacity to do, we have exported harsh working conditions to another nation."
Hoards of hungry gadget-heads are turning on their new iPads to discover This American Life has decided to retract their recent segment on harsh working conditions at Chinese factories making the the company's toys.
Billy, Bruce and Barack It was announced this week that two local
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Ira Glass is the brains, heart and larynx behind the wildly popular
The Brave One (directed by Neil Jordan) As city dwellers and city
The Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is the quintessential tale of
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