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Barbershop
10:49 am
Fri September 14, 2012

Did Romney Slip Up In Embassy Spat?

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Barbershop
10:49 am
Fri September 14, 2012

Should Women Learn To Cook For Men? Guys Weigh In

Host Michel Martin and the Barbershop guys continue the discussion by dishing on the recent article "I Learned to Cook for a Man. Am I a Sell Out?" They discuss whether women need to spend time in the kitchen in order to show affection. Plus, they talk about a recent report on poverty and income disparity.

NPR Story
11:25 am
Thu September 13, 2012

NFL's Ayanbadejo On Offensive For Gay Marriage

Originally published on Thu September 13, 2012 11:36 am

The NFL's Brendon Ayanbadejo has gone to three Pro Bowls and is a star on the field. But when he recently spoke out in favor of gay marriage, a prominent critic told him to stop talking and focus on football. Ayanbadejo joins host Michel Martin to talk about why he's committed to defending same-sex marriage.

NPR Story
11:25 am
Thu September 13, 2012

Is The New iPhone Worth The Upgrade?

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MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

And now about that new iPhone. Techies have long been speculating about what the device will look like and what it will do. Guessing right along with everybody else was Mario Armstrong. He's a digital lifestyle expert and a frequent guest on this program.

Mario...

MARIO ARMSTRONG: Hey.

MARTIN: Welcome back.

ARMSTRONG: Thank you, Michel. Thanks for having me.

MARTIN: Tell us what you know. Are you in iPhone heaven?

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NPR Story
11:25 am
Thu September 13, 2012

William Julius Wilson: Ending Poverty Is Possible

Originally published on Thu September 13, 2012 3:55 pm

The Census Bureau announced that 15 percent of Americans lived in poverty in 2011 — a slight drop from the year before. But income disparities continue to grow. Host Michel Martin talks with Harvard professor William Julius Wilson, author of the 1987 book The Truly Disadvantaged: The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy.

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