NPR FOR DA DEF: We Hear It Even When You Can’t, Yo

Listen to this story... Singer Mary Weiss first found fame as a member of the Shangri-Las, with hits like “Leader of the Pack,” “Remember (Walking in the Sand)” and “Give Him a Great Big Kiss.” Now she’s recorded herrycoodermynameisbuddy.jpg first album of new material since 1965. It’s called Dangerous Game.

Listen to this story... Is casual sex a good thing? Hooking up is a term used to describe casual sexual encounters that don’t involve a long-term commitment. Young adults say hooking up “friends with benefits” is popular and accepted. We’ll hear two perspectives on this, Washington Post reporter LAURA SESSIONS STEPP author of Unhooked about the perils of hooking up and from AMBER MADISON, author of Hooking Up, and a recent graduate of Tufts University.


Listen to this story... Ry Cooder stops by the World Cafe to talk with host David Dye. In 2005, Cooder began exploring a disappearing American way of life with Chavez Ravine, and he continues his examination in the forthcoming album, My Name is Buddy. Through a cast of metaphorical animals including Lefty the Mouse and Reverend Tom Toad, Cooder’s dustbowl-inspired folk and blues songs rediscover the “working man.”

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