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Music
10:28 am
Thu August 23, 2012

Juanes Changes Course On English-Language Songs

Originally published on Thu August 23, 2012 2:59 pm

Colombian superstar Juanes has been dominating music charts in the Spanish-speaking world for years. Now, the award-winning musician has decided to crossover to English-language music. Guest host Viviana Hurtado sits down with Juanes about his music and his social activism.

Dance
11:03 am
Wed August 22, 2012

Tango Festival Lures Thousands To Buenos Aires

Tango fans are flocking to the Buenos Aires Tango Festival & World Cup in Argentina. The tango is seen as a romantic and seductive dance, but you may not know that the dance may have gotten its start in brothels. Guest host Viviana Hurtado speaks with dance instructor Daniela Borgialli. She's participating in the dance competition.

NPR Story
10:47 am
Wed August 22, 2012

Todd Akin, Should He Stay Or Should He Go?

Originally published on Wed August 22, 2012 11:03 am

The Beauty Shop ladies discuss whether Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin is hurting the GOP. Plus the ladies weigh in on Augusta National Golf Club allowing two women members for the first time in its 80 year history. Guest host Viviana Hurtado checks in with journalists Bridget Johnson, Danielle Belton, and Mary Kate Cary.

Digital Life
10:47 am
Wed August 22, 2012

How To Maneuver The Wild World Of Online Dating

Originally published on Wed August 22, 2012 11:03 am

More singles are turning to online dating sites to search for that special someone. They can find dates based on religion, race, ethnicity or even eating habits. Guest host Viviana Hurtado delves into the world of niche dating sites with Erika Ettin. She's an online dating coach and the founder of the Washington-based business, A Little Nudge.

Education
10:47 am
Wed August 22, 2012

College-Bound Latino Students At New High

More Latino students are enrolling in college now than ever before, according to a report by the Pew Hispanic Center. But Latinos still lag behind other groups in preparing for and completing college. Guest host Viviana Hurtado discusses the report's findings with Richard Fry of the Pew Hispanic Center and the College Board's Jim Montoya.

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