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Radio Kitchen #1344
8:46 am
Tue August 4, 2015

Corn Season

August 4, 2015 - Radio Kitchen - Corn Season

In case you haven't noticed, we'd better point out that Maryland sweet corn is in the market in a very big way.  Keeping in mind that whatever kind of weather we get during a summer, it's always good for at least some kind of crop... this has been a great year for corn.  It just doesn't get any better than this for corn lovers. Here are some of Jerry's thoughts on corn, plus recipes for flavored butters that will add to your pleasure.

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The Morning Economic Report
8:31 am
Tue August 4, 2015

Los Angeles Manufacturing - 8/4/15

When one thinks of Los Angeles, one might have visions of movie stars, producers, surfers, retirees and others basking in sunshine and warm temperatures.  But as it turns out, the Los Angeles area is also the largest center of manufacturing in the United States.  According to the Labor Department and as reported in the Wall Street Journal, LA has more manufacturing workers than any other region of the country, including New York, Chicago, Detroit or Philadelphia. 

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. Aug. 3, 1-2 PM
10:47 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Midday on Health

Dr. John Cmar, infectious disease specialist at Sinai Hospital, returns for another edition of Midday on Health. In this hour, we’ll look at number of health issues, including gun violence as a public health issue and the increasing risk of salmonella infections.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. Aug. 3, 12-1 PM
10:42 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Record Violence Continues

On the heels of July's 45 homicides -- a 43 year high -- August is off to an alarming start with 11 people shot, two fatally, over the weekend.

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The Morning Economic Report
9:09 am
Mon August 3, 2015

Working Hours Around the World - 8/3/15

A recent intellectual tussle between presidential candidates has helped to re-ignite a debate – are Americans working too little?  While many Americans work hard, the citizens of many other nations work even harder, or at least for longer hours.  According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, in twenty thirteen, the U.S. ranked sixteenth among thirty eight advanced nations in terms of average hours worked annually. 

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