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Morning Shift: A penny of wisdom
February 1, 2013
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'Morning Shift' #98: A penny of wisdom
On Friday's Morning Shift, we talk to an expert behind the savings, an attorney behind a wrongful convictions case, a sports reporter on her experience with 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh, Week in Review and Mice Parade plays a few tunes in studio.
· Fri, Feb 01 2013 07:07:12
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San Fran 49ers coach challeges the system
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh played a big role in sports reporter Cheryl Raye-Stout’s career; as a young quarterback for the Chicago Bears he challenged the policy that forced Raye-Stout to wait for players outside the locker room after games while her male counterparts interviewed players inside the locker room. Cheryl Raye-Stout recalls Harbaugh’s impact on her career.
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Mice Parade live in studio
Mice Parade, the band led by New York’s Adam Pierce, has come full circle in a sense. Pierce’s earliest shoe-gazer influences – music from bands like Lush and My Bloody Valentine, who cultivated the terrain of this droning-yet-melodic wall of sound genre – are all over the Mice Parade’s new release,
. The band is in town Friday for a record release show, and will build their own pretty wall of sound when they perform on
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