12:00pm

Tue March 6, 2012
NPR Story

Teen Violence: Can It Be Prevented?

Teenager T.J. Lane was charged for killing three students at Chardon High School in Ohio. The incident left many parents wondering what motivated the attack, and what can be done to protect their kids. Host Michel Martin speaks with three experts about why young people become violent and how to prevent it.

12:00pm

Tue March 6, 2012
Sports

Cash For Hits Has Some Calling Foul on NFL

Transcript

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. We are going to spend some time today talking about two issues in the news that are on a lot of people's minds, and they both touch on violence. Later in our parenting segment, we are going to talk about what we really know about why young people turn to deadly violence. We're thinking about this, of course, after that school shooting in Ohio that left three students dead.

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11:49am

Tue March 6, 2012
The Two-Way

Michigan Man Sues Movie Theater Because Of High Price Of Concessions

Originally published on Tue March 6, 2012 11:59 am

Patrons at AMC Burbank 16 theater in Burbank, Calif.
Kevork Djansezian AP

Few would argue that the prices at movie theater concessions are a bit high: $11 for a Coke and popcorn, $6 for a box of gummy worms. Few would argue that it seems excessive.

As the Hollywood Reporter puts it, it may seem "like highway robbery, but is it actually unlawful?"

Joshua Thompson, a Michigan man in his 20s, is putting that question to the test by filing a class action lawsuit against his local AMC theater alleging the theater is price gouging.

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11:08am

Tue March 6, 2012
Theater

In 'Shatner's World,' Stories About Acting, Loss, Life

Originally published on Wed March 7, 2012 10:32 am

In his solo show, Shatner shares stories about his childhood, his father, and his lengthy acting career.
Joan Marcus

William Shatner has played an attorney, a starship captain, an alien and a Roman tax collector, among many other roles. Over the past half-century, the Canadian actor has performed on television, in commercials, in movies and on Broadway — and penned several novels.

He recently returned to Broadway for the first time in over 40 years with a new solo show, Shatner's World: We Just Live In It. In the 90-minute performance, Shatner talks about his childhood growing up in Montreal and reflects on his many acting roles with an assortment of photos and video clips.

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11:03am

Tue March 6, 2012
The Two-Way

Alleged Leader Of Hacker Group Lulzsec Pleads Guilty

The Lulzsec icon on Twitter.
Twitter

A man alleged by the government to be the leader of the hacker collective Lulzsec has pleaded guilty to undertaking cyber attacks against companies such as Paypal, eBay and MasterCard.

Reuters reports:

"Hector Xavier Monsegur, known as 'Sabu,' was charged with 12 criminal counts of conspiracy to engage in computer hacking and other crimes in court papers in Manhattan federal court.

"The charges were filed via a criminal information, which means the suspect has likely been cooperating with the government."

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10:58am

Tue March 6, 2012
The Upstate Economy

Gillibrand rallies against "unfair" Chinese trade practices

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand stopped by a United Auto Workers union hall in Syracuse Monday to trumpet support for new tariffs.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

Standing in a Syracuse union hall that will close later this year, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand announced support Monday for a bill that would allow the U.S. government to slap tariffs on foreign-made auto parts.

United Auto Workers Local 624 and 2149 once supported about 4,000 workers at nearby New Process Gear. The factory, which makes parts for SUVs, is also slated to shut down later this year.

Union leaders say Gillibrand's efforts may be too late for New Process Gear, but they could help other plants in upstate New York.

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10:53am

Tue March 6, 2012
Education

Power of SUNY on display in Syracuse

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher speaks at the Power of SUNY regional showcase in Syracuse Monday
Fred Vigeant WRVO

Innovative programs from eight Central New York SUNY Schools were on display in Syracuse Monday.  It was part of the "Power of SUNY Regional Showcase", that let schools from across the area share projects.

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10:51am

Tue March 6, 2012
-Nature of Things

The Energy of Spring

John Weeks discusses the beauty of spring and the roots and seeds that influence the many spouting plants of the warm season.

 

Originally aired March 9th, 1989.

10:45am

Tue March 6, 2012
Shots - Health Blog

Before Leaving The Hospital, Consult Your Checklist

Checklists aren't just for doctors.
iStockphoto.com

When checking into a hospital, patients naturally worry whether their visit will go well. But leaving the hospital safely can sometimes present an even trickier challenge.

Patients are going home sooner and sicker than ever before. And without clear and comprehensive instructions about what to do after a hospital stay, they may wind up back in the hospital, or worse.

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10:40am

Tue March 6, 2012
-Nature of Things

Dick Taylor: Director of Cayuga Nature Center

John Weeks interviews Dick Taylor and chats about the kind of services provided at the the Cayuga Nature Center and the range of ages these services are provided for.

 

Originally aired on March 4th, 1988.

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