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sciencefriday:

Harvesting sap for maple syrup - now vs. the future.

[Video footage by Luke Groskin and Mark Isselhardt]

wnyc:

On the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth, Studio 360 asks why his words have such lasting influence. And why is it just him? After centuries of dominating the world’s theaters, is it time we let someone else have the spotlight? Could we try Marlowe in the Park? 
http://wnyc.org/2C5sa

wnyc:

On the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth, Studio 360 asks why his words have such lasting influence. And why is it just him? After centuries of dominating the world’s theaters, is it time we let someone else have the spotlight? Could we try Marlowe in the Park? 

http://wnyc.org/2C5sa

wnyc:

Summer is coming.

http://wnyc.org/2C6WB

—Sean, Studio 360

sciencefriday:

This week’s picture was way ahead of its time. 

sciencefriday:

This week’s picture was way ahead of its time

globalvoices:

Lullabies aren’t just for babies, they’re for grown ups too. Submit your favorite sleepy tunes to publicradiointernational PRI’s new app, The World’s Lullabies.

Lullabies of the World: What’s Your Favorite?

wnyc:

Happy Friday! Here’s Realistic Mario to set the tone for the weekend.

-SR, S360

sciencefriday:

We asked for your pictures of the lunar eclipse - and they’re amazing

pritheworld:

Patrick Cox of The World in Words podcast appreciates all that Americans have done for him. Except when they say “Cheers.”