1. Every bite is a precious resource so enjoy it, says Dan Pashman, host of the WNYC podcast The Sporkful and author of the new book Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious. Pashman believes that even the most mediocre of foods, the limp lunch sandwich, the unflavored airplane snack, can be made more delicious.
He offered NPR’s Rachel Martin on Morning Edition some tricks on assembling more delightful lunches and dinners.
Friction Can Save Your Sandwich, And Other Tips For Better Bites
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    Every bite is a precious resource so enjoy it, says Dan Pashman, host of the WNYC podcast The Sporkful and author of the new book Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious. Pashman believes that even the most mediocre of foods, the limp lunch sandwich, the unflavored airplane snack, can be made more delicious.

    He offered NPR’s Rachel Martin on Morning Edition some tricks on assembling more delightful lunches and dinners.

    Friction Can Save Your Sandwich, And Other Tips For Better Bites

    Illustration: Courtesy of Alex Eben Meyer, Simon & Schuster

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    WNYC

    dan pashman

    rachel martin

    sandwich

  1. Posted on 19 September, 2014

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The best and most important blog we discovered this week places octopuses on the heads of United States vice-presidents. All of them.
http://bit.ly/XvhGG6

This is for all of the marine biologists/history buffs out there. -Emily View in High-Res

    wnyc:

    The best and most important blog we discovered this week places octopuses on the heads of United States vice-presidents. All of them.

    http://bit.ly/XvhGG6

    This is for all of the marine biologists/history buffs out there. -Emily

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    octopus

    vps

    jonathan crow

  1. Posted on 11 September, 2014

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This May Be the Largest Item Ever Carried On a NYC Subway

I can’t decide if this sight would be part of the best commute ever or the absolute worst one. -Emily View in High-Res

    wnyc:

    This May Be the Largest Item Ever Carried On a NYC Subway

    I can’t decide if this sight would be part of the best commute ever or the absolute worst one. -Emily

  2. wnyc

    Balloons

    Subway

  1. Primary Elections 2014

    It’s primary day in several states across the United States. Here’s the best way to follow them:

    New York: local WNYC reporters Twitter list, Election Map 2014  (Tumblr: wnyc)

    Massachusetts: local WBUR and WGBH reporters Twitter list, WBUR live blog, BPR Primary Preview (Tumblr: wbur, wgbhnews)

    Delaware: local WHYY reporters Twitter list, Top 5 Primaries to watch in Delaware, WDDE’s election coverage, WDDE on Twitter (Tumblr: newsworks

    Rhode Island: local RIPR reporters Twitter list, full coverage

    New Hampshire: local NHPR reporters Twitter list, Full Coverage

  2. politics

    primary

    new york

    massachusetts

    delaware

    wnyc

    wgbh

    wbur

    whyy

  1. Posted on 10 February, 2014

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Every time we think Westminster, we think New York Dogs. And then we think about this awesome project from our friends in public radio. 
datanews:

WNYC’s Data News Team mined the city’s dog license database to map, list and make a game out of the Dogs of NYC.

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    newsweek:

    Every time we think Westminster, we think New York Dogs. And then we think about this awesome project from our friends in public radio. 

    datanews:

    WNYC’s Data News Team mined the city’s dog license database to map, list and make a game out of the Dogs of NYC.

  2. dogs

    Westminster

    WNYC

  1. Posted on 10 December, 2013

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Listen to Kurt Vonnegut talk about Breakfast Of Champions in this interview from 1974

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    Listen to Kurt Vonnegut talk about Breakfast Of Champions in this interview from 1974

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    kurt vonnegut

  1. Posted on 26 November, 2013

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“I would speak to one manager, and they would be like, ‘Hold on a second, I have to ask to this other manager if we’re going to use you,’  finally someone picked up and would say, ‘Yes, we are using you,’ or, ‘No, we’re not going to use you.’” 
Zyad Hammad, In New Economy, Employers Expect “Open Availability”
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    “I would speak to one manager, and they would be like, ‘Hold on a second, I have to ask to this other manager if we’re going to use you,’  finally someone picked up and would say, ‘Yes, we are using you,’ or, ‘No, we’re not going to use you.’” 

    Zyad Hammad, In New Economy, Employers Expect “Open Availability”

  2. wnyc

    economy

  1. Posted on 23 November, 2013

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Friendly reminder. 
-SR, 360

please don’t urt me.  View in High-Res

    wnyc:

    Friendly reminder. 

    -SR, 360

    please don’t urt me. 

  2. typos

    wnyc

  1. nyprarchives:

    60 years ago in 1953 on WNYC Robert Moses growled, “You can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs.”  http://wny.cc/ZVKNOz

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    urban planning

    nyc

    wnyc

  1. Posted on 31 October, 2013

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    Happy Halloween from KXVO Omaha (and WNYC)! 

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    wnyc