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Morning Shift: Slipping into Daylight
March 8, 2013
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'Morning Shift' : Slipping into Daylight
On Friday's Morning Shift, we talk to Clark University of Massachusetts Professor of Geography Christopher Williams, WBEZ blogger Leah Pickett, Week in Review and Harmonia gives us some Folk and Gypsy Music from Eastern Europe.
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WBEZ blogger Leah Pickett has noticed the new way her peers and friends express self-doubt is by calling themselves “old”, pointing out gray hairs and tiny wrinkles. This from a group of young women in their 20s. Pickett explains how the media reinforces our need to remain forever young.
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Week In Review
Hal Weitzman, Executive Director, Intellectual Capital at University of Chicago Booth School of Business; former Midwest Correspondent at Financial Times and Fabiola Pomareda, Managing Editor of LaRaza join Tony to put their spin on some of the biggest stories of the week.
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The six-piece acoustic group known as Harmonia brings together the folk traditions of many different Eastern European countries and regions, including sounds rooted in traditional Hungarian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Romanian, Croatian and Gypsy music. Harmonia will perform on The Morning Shift, using traditional instruments, and talk about the origins of this sound.
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