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For Your Ears Only - Aug 31, 2014
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I. BILLBOARD: HOLIDAY ENCORES
II. EBOLA THERE AND HERE – 8/10/14
Deborah Kotz, Boston Globe health reporter
III. GAZA: DAVID TO GOLIATH? – 7/27/14
Dasee Berkowitz, American Jewish educator and program director, recently relocated to Jerusalem with her husband, Rabbi Leon Morris, and three young children
IV. ROOTS OF RIGHT – 8/10/14
Rick Perlstein, author of “THE INVISIBLE BRIDGE: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan” (Simon & Schuster)
V. ALEXANDRIA BY THE BAY: ARCHIVE.ORG - 7/20/14
Brewster Kahle, MIT-schooled computer engineer, multi-millionaire Internet entrepreneur, digital democracy activist, and creator of the free, non-profit, San Francisco-based Internet Archive (www.archive.org)
VI. FRED & GINGER: SONG, DANCE, ROMANCE – 7/13/14
Steve Ross and Karen Oberlin, cabaret artists celebrating Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in “Cheek to Cheek,” and featured at the 25th Annual Cabaret Convention, Oct. 20-23, 2014, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway @ 60th St., NYC.
VIII. ARCHIVE: LESSONS OF THE ‘63 MARCH – 9/1/13
Julian Zelizer, Princeton professor of history and public affairs, author of “Jimmy Carter” and “Governing America.”