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NPR Story
10:42 am
Wed April 18, 2012

Does Shacking Up Kill Happily Ever After?

Originally published on Wed April 18, 2012 11:03 am

The Beauty Shop ladies discuss the prostitution scandal surrounding the Secret Service, and recent studies on "cohabitation" and whether living together before marriage is the surest way to kill "happily ever after." Host Michel Martin checks in with columnist Mary Kate Cary, PJ Media's Bridget Johnson, and bloggers Viviana Hurtado and Danielle Belton.

Arts & Life
10:42 am
Wed April 18, 2012

California Poet Opens Up About Solitude, Aging

As part of Tell Me More's series for National Poetry Month, host Michel Martin shares a poetic tweet from land surveyor and poet Brandon Montero of Ripon, California. Listeners are invited to tweet original poems of 140 characters or less to #TMMPoetry.

Parenting
11:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Rosen's Words About Ann Romney Fuel 'Mommy Wars'

Originally published on Tue April 17, 2012 10:14 am

Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen recently ignited a firestorm when she said that Ann Romney, the wife of GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, had "never worked a day in her life." Rosen also said the candidate shouldn't turn to his wife for advice on women's issues and the economy. Host Michel Martin speaks with a group of moms about the latest front in the "mommy wars."

Arts & Life
11:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

Zombies Capture Author's Imagination

Originally published on Tue April 17, 2012 10:14 am

As part of Tell Me More's series for National Poetry Month, host Michel Martin shares another poetic tweet. Tuesday's tweet comes from author Stacey Graham of Bluemont, Va. Listeners are invited to tweet original poems of 140 characters or less to #TMMPoetry.

Theater
11:00 am
Tue April 17, 2012

The Historic Howard Theatre: Past And Future

Originally published on Tue April 17, 2012 10:14 am

The Howard Theatre in Washington, DC was built in 1910, and just about every top black entertainer performed on its stage. But it had to shut its doors once the neighborhood fell on hard times. Now it has reopened, and host Michel Martin talks with Jimi Smooth, a musician who was an usher at the Howard in the early '60s.

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