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Going Out With Jake Cornell: The Acropolis (w/ EJ Marcus)

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This week, Jake goes out with comedian EJ Marcus. The two discuss comedy “bits,” the politics of meeting for coffee, and childhood strip club burgers. Tune in for more. Listen Online Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Or Check Out the Conversation Here Jake Cornell: No. Rocka Rolla is fun, but yes, a Hot Toddy there is funny. EJ Marcus: OK, noted. Never again. J: No, but I get it. When I was bartending and people would order Hot Toddies, I was like, “I get it, but you also — you need to get it.” Do you know what...

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Top 25 Best Hanging Laundry Drying Racks

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  1. LayYun Laundry Hanger Drying Rack – Foldable Clip and Drip Hanger with 20 Pins, Clothes Drying Rack, Sock Hanger Plastic Travel Windproof Hook Diapers Baby Clothes Hanging(Pink) Foldable the hanging rack is foldable easy to put together for storage when not in use All clip chains accessories can be adjustale and be snapped on easily The foldable clip and drip hanger is a good life helper and a perfect space saver in rv closet and travelling and household 360rotatable hook it is easy to reach your laundry items from any direction The windproof selflock design keeps itself in...

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NYC’s urban wineries connect the vineyard to the city for date night

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Red Hook Winery. Photo credit: Sava Studio When asked why a couple should spend Valentine’s Day at City Winery, CEO and founder, Michael Dorf responded, “Wine not?” Puns aside, he believes “there’s this romantic vibe to wooden barrels — something sexy about a winery.” It’s what he attributes to City Winery hosting so many weddings. Plus, he joked, if you get engaged at his winery, you’re guaranteed to stay married. Time might tell whether or not that’s true, but when it comes to planning a date night, urban wineries are like a more romantic version of the ever-popular urban brewery. City Vineyard at...

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Florida Has a Right to Destroy its Universities

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This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best in culture. Sign up for it here.Elections have consequences. Florida’s governor has decided to root out wrong-think at one of Florida’s public colleges, and his harebrained meddling will likely harm the school, but he has every right to do it.But first, here are three new stories from The Atlantic. Republicans’ 2024 magical thinking March 2023 cover story: We’ve lost the plot. Montana’s Black mayor Florida’s Soviet CommissarsFlorida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, has...

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Young people are drinking less – here’s an alternative to try on your next night out

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For many young people, arcades and board game cafes are replacing traditional pubs and bars. Jacob Lund / ShutterstockA new leisure trend is providing an alternative to pubs and bars for young people whose alcohol consumption has been declining for years. You can listen to more articles from The Conversation, narrated by Noa, here. Competitive socialising takes the centuries-old idea of mixing food with games (think medieval banquets) and amplifies it. Options range from reinvented versions of bowling, board games, darts, ping pong, shuffleboard, table football, mini golf, cricket, to axe-throwing, escape rooms and virtual reality bars. The common denominator...

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