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Host NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday Author: My Cubs: A Love Story, NY Times bestseller Unforgettable. Special Contributor CBS Sunday Morning. Husband, father.
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Scott Simon 37m
Replying to @ljhoganson
Nope, Linda, probably first week of September.
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Scott Simon 39m
Replying to @stu_rush
It was a sign, Stu. Dad is with you. So are we. Glad you two found each other again. We'll see you soon, but you and your family always in our thoughts.
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Scott Simon 6h
I'm sorry, but there a million other recovery stories to make into a movie instead of this discredited one. via
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Scott Simon 8h
This week's essay on a protest of people who are trying to reach out to the world:
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Scott Simon 9h
Important not to lose interest in this story.
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Weekend Edition 10h
The seagulls along the boardwalk of Ocean City, N.J. have gotten particularly... bold. So what's a city to do? Randy Levchuck, owner of Jilly's, a family-run business that manages storefronts on the boardwalk, joined us to talk about the plan. Hint: it involves raptors! 🦅
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Scott Simon 9h
This is pointed and hilarious.
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Hansi Lo Wang 9h
One of the coolest perks while working as a production assistant for was dropping by the old music library to ask Robert Goldstein for his recommendation of music to score a segment. You could just name a mood, and Robert would know the exact CD you needed.
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Scott Simon 9h
Ahead: and sports! And BASSEY IKPI’S powerful new memoir, I’M TELLING THE TRUTH BUT I’M LYING (not sure why her name is turned into caps by spell-check here, but not displease by that, either).
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Scott Simon 9h
So grateful for our convo w/ Professor Kaul. Some of my best times as a reporter (or person) have been in India, which he is right to say is famously, gloriously argumentative, as it makes a place for so many different voices and peoples. It’s magnificent. Don’t want to lose it.
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Scott Simon 9h
Ahead: what India’s crackdown on Kashmir may say about Indian democracy; the return of a family who went to the US border; why the US didn’t built the kind of weapon Russia might be trying to build now; and a remembrance for Peter Fonda. Born to be wild!
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Scott Simon 10h
Replying to @dpreston2020
For some reason, David, I knew that. But ‘Bama friends to to lure me into pronouncing Titusville, the way it is.
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Scott Simon 10h
I’m so glad we re-ran that wonderful recollection of Woodstock by Robert Goldstein, our late and beloved music librarian. He was so wry and funny, the essence of cool—and kindness. I miss the way he’d drop by, just to make me laugh about something.
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Drea An 10h
Thanks for sharing your beloved and former colleague’s remembrance of Woodstock. I can’t believe his friends bogarted the ‘dogs.
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Scott Simon 10h
Ahead: how US and Israeli politics got intertwined this week; the pressures opening on the economy; and strangers show up in El Paso to help a stranger mourn.
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Scott Simon 10h
I apologize to New Jerseyites for pronouncing their beloved state as Josiey. Don’t know where I ever heard that.
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Scott Simon 10h
Ahead: this summer’s troubles in the fishing industry. And a mother of teens on what she found online with white supremacy groups trying to recruit teens like her sons.
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Scott Simon 11h
We’re on the air! And glad to be with you. Ahead: on the week in politics; what might be next for Hong Kong; and the song of those who protest at the airport.
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Scott Simon 11h
Replying to @davidgura @bhardymon
David, maybe she’s washed up under a pile of books in your studios! Get some take-out tekka maki and a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and shake it around. That sometimes causes her to surface.
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Scott Simon 11h
Replying to @KLsecondcity
And thinking today of our friends Anne Libera, Nick, and Benchley. Victor Hugo said: grief leaves a crack in our hearts that lets in light.
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