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The Secret Life Of Sue  February 17, 2014

Hour 1: We’ll talk to best-selling author Sue Monk Kidd ahead of her appearance Tuesday at Highland Park United Methodist Church.

Growing Up Online  February 17, 2014

Hour 2: We’ll talk this hour about whether or not brands and marketers are taking advantage of teen’s loyalty with Douglas Rushkoff. He examines the complex relationship between teens and companies in the Frontline special Generation Like, which airs Tuesday on KERA.

Defining Dallas Art  February 13, 2014
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Hour 1: We’ll talk to Dallas native David Bates this hour about his career and a rare joint exhibition of his work being staged by the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

The State Of Same Sex Marriage  February 13, 2014

Hour 2: We’ll talk about the state of same-sex marriage this hour with University of San Francisco assistant professor Kimberly Richman, author of License to Wed: What Legal Marriage Means to Same-Sex Couples.

An Unlikely Tradition  February 12, 2014

Hour 2: We’ll talk this hour to Christina Ibarra, director of the Independent Lens documentary Las Marthas, which airs Feb. 17 on KERA.

Fort Worth Gets Fit  February 12, 2014

Hour 1: We’ll talk this hour with Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Joel Spoonheim of Healthways about a project aimed at helping residents make healthy choices.

The Data Doctor  February 11, 2014

Hour 1: We’ll talk this hour to Rice University assistant professor Erez Aiden. He’s one of the developers of the Google Ngram Viewer and co-author of Uncharted: Big Data as a Lens on Human Culture.

Escaping A Nightmare  February 11, 2014

We’ll talk this hour to Shyima Hall about her memoir, Hidden Girl: The True Story of a Modern-Day Child Slave.

Ask Anna  February 10, 2014
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Hour 1: Anna Quindlen talks about her newest book, Still Life With Bread Crumbs: A Novel, ahead of her appearance tonight at the Dallas Museum of Art for Arts & Letters Live.

Making Sustainability Possible  February 10, 2014

Hour 2: We’ll talk about sustainable architecture this hour with Ed Mazria of architecture2030 and Thom Powell of Good, Fulton & Farrell. AIA Dallas hosts a discussion of sustainable architecture tonight at the headquarters of HKS Architects.

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