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Domestic Manufacturing: The Future

If consumers spent an extra 1% on U.S. goods, they would create 200,000 jobs. Sounds easy, but things have changed: in the 60’s, 95% of clothing sold in the U.S. was manufactured in NYC’s...

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Elizabeth Heider of the U.S. Green Building Council

On this week's episode of Burning Down the House, host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by Elizabeth Heider, one of the chair members of the U.S. Green Building Council. Elizabeth is a "recoveri...

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Owyn Ruck of Textile Arts Center

There seems to be a renaissance in the world of fiber art, and on this week's After the Jump, Grace Bonney is talking with Owyn Ruck of the Textile Arts Center about just that.

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The Zoo Part 1

Bernie Wides and Carol Butler take listeners to the zoo this week on The Naturalist. Learn about the history of some of the most popular zoo's in the world including New York City's very ...

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Let The Sun Shine

Let there be light! This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis sheds some light on light - and its use as it relates to architecture, design and sustainability.

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Keshari Das

This week on The Farm Report Heather and Jack sat down with Sattva Catering proprietor Keshari Das.