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In her youth, Eunji was very into reading stories about girls with spunk, and Anne of Green Gables was always the prime example. She screamed through all eight of L. M. Montgomery's books and now returns to them often to access their surprisingly forward-thinking ideas about women, satisfying female friendships and other emotional relationships, and inspirational themes regarding coming from nothing.

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Mixmaking favorite Ben Rathert returns to the show with an audio chronicle documenting a crisis of faith. 

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Charles Clark Pettitt was born and raised “where cowboy meets Cajun” and still has a deep love for the region in spite of knowing he had to escape its rampant pick up truck and Coors Light lifestyle. His Pettitt ancestors settled in Askansas seeking oil, his grandfather Arkansas (...for real...there’s a Jr and a Sr...) ate a raw onion from their Louisiana farm at every meal after they had to ghost the oil boom towns, and thanks to a high school break up that inspired an ill-fated visit to Texas A&M, Charles eventually landed in Chicago to develop his performance skills.

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Jo and her companions find a golf course being used for unusual and possibly nefarious purposes. After Scout has vandalized it to the best of her abilities. 

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Andrew Knox has been a Giants fan since his mom's side of the family adopted the team while they had a training camp in their home state, Vermont. He's lived for the building of the team and the fight to the finish every season, even when the Super Bowl victories have felt admittedly anticlimactic. It's more about the community of fandom for Knox, as evidenced by his being more than willing to unpack the nature of the NFL and sports fandom as opposed to laser-focused Giants talk.

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It's the second half of our sixth birthday celebration from the main stage at the Beat Kitchen, featuring more favorite performers from 2017!

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As some folks turn their minds towards resolutions, we thought this would be a great time to feature the show's first-ever workout playlist, along with some great advice from its creator about the best mindset for exercise. 

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Joe took his aspirations of comedy filmmaking all the way to a passion for photography. He discusses how a more serious interest in photography came into his life (along with a new DSLR camera and a broken ankle), what he's learned from working with models, and how his perception of the entire package of designing a shoot has changed. If Joe makes his subjects laugh a fraction as much as he did MBS, he's a natural at putting them at ease.