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Phantom's Final Curtain Call

Travel Goals With These Golden Girls

In this episode, we discuss the recent mass shooting in Louisville, Kentucky, where a former bank employee killed at least five people and injured nine. Additionally, we explore the recent court rulings on the availability of Mifepristone, which has been confusing, to say the least. Analyzing other headlines: Clarence Thomas is in hot water, we discuss the Consumer Price Index release for March, and Dylan Mulvaney's amazing new sponsors, among other stories. Taylor Swift enters her Single Era, and in your Good News Corner: Around the world with these Golden Girls!

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The Internet Is For TikTok

In this week's episode, we cover protests going on in both Israel and France. Our nation mourns again after another horrific school shooting in Nashville. Pennsylvania has a water problem... maybe.
TikTok's CEO gets grilled, and emerges as a "hero of the people."

These stories and more...

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Friendship Meet Cutes With Author, Lane Moore

Lane Moore is an award-winning stand-up comedian, author, writer, director, actor, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist living in New York, New York. She is here to talk about her second and latest book, out April 25th: You Will Find Your People, which uncovers the complex, frightening, and often vulnerable process of building real, healthy friendships and finally creating your chosen family.

We then dive into the biggest news this week:
Speaking of finding new friends, will former President, Donald Trump be making some new friends behind bars?
There's a giant farty-smelling blob headed toward Florida that could majorly mess up Spring Break.
More on that potential TikTok ban, and so much more.

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All The Awards, All At Once 🏆

It was a big night for Everything Everywhere All At Once which had 7 Oscar wins, including the coveted award for Best Picture. We break down some of the other big moments.

In the banking world, customers and tech startups were shaken over the weekend by the collapse of Silicon Valley and Signature Bank.
Thankfully the Federal Government stepped in and announced that people and companies would in fact have access to their funds.

We also dive into some child labor laws, other headlines, and end the episode as always with our Good News Corner.

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Spring Ahead And Don't Look Back

In this week's headlines:
Yet another Ohio train derailment - thankfully this one wasn't carrying hazmat.
In some more positive news: After decades in the making, the UN agrees to protect the seas with the UN High Seas Treaty.
CPAC was this weekend, we talk about who was there, and who was notably absent.
Locally in NYC, Mayor Adams had his constituents scratching their heads after his separation of Church and State remark.
President Biden marked the 58th anniversary of Selma’s "Bloody Sunday", stating: The right to vote ... to have your vote counted is the threshold of democracy and liberty. With it anything’s possible."
Lastly, could this weekend be the last time we change our clocks?

We finish out the episode with some good news. Please give a listen, rate, review, and subscribe.

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Dilbert's Last Day At The Office 💻

From an update on SCOTUS and student debt relief to the Dilbert creator's racist rant. We touch upon a wide array of topics this week.

Congrats to Michelle Yeoh, and the entire cast of Everything Everywhere All At Once on winning big at the SAG Awards this weekend.

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Charlie And The Chocolate Redactory

President Biden takes a pit stop in Ukraine, Marjorie Taylor Greene wants another divorce, John Fetterman does what’s right, and we discuss kids' book rewrites. All that, and more... plus our Good News (Donations) Corner!


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Valentine's Day! Rihanna Wins, More UFOs, And Ecological Disaster, And More

After taking years off from music, Rihanna rose to the occasion *literally, and handled the halftime show with poise, subtlety, and with a new addition!
RiRi wasn't the only one flying high this weekend - with more UAPs making headlines.
In other, more disturbing news, three more chemicals have been found on the Norfolk Southern train that derailed in Ohio just over a week ago which has the potential to cause harm... we discuss.
We also delve into a few stories out of Florida and round out the episode with some good news.

Beyoncé's Night, Harry's House, Spy Balloons, And More...

In this week's episode, we recap Music's Biggest Night (The Grammys.) Congrats to Beyoncé on becoming the most decorated artist in Grammy history, to Kim Petras on becoming the first transgender woman to take home an award, to Lizzo, Harry, and Bonnie Rait!

Speaking of performances, a suspected Chinese spy balloon was shot down after entering U.S. airspace.

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake and several aftershocks struck southeastern Turkey, causing more than 3,452 deaths. If you are considering donating, here is a list of organizations (courtesy of Time Magazine) to look into that are providing aid:
    • UNICEF
    • The White Helmets
    • Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay) …
    • International Rescue Committee
    • Save the Children
    • Global Giving
    • Project HOPE
We are a week into Black History Month and each year the Association for the Study of African American Life and History chooses a different theme.
This year is "Black Resistance."
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Finally, in your Good News Corner: 9-year-old Bobbi Wilson was doing her part to rid her neighborhood of those pesky lantern flies before a neighbor called the police. She's now being recognized for her efforts by Yale's School of Public Health.

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