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HowStuffWorks and the GRAMMY Museum team up to give listeners exclusive access to the most amazing music artists on the planet. Each week, we'll blow people's minds by providing an all-access pass to the artist inner circle.
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Episode 04: Gemini
Wayne Williams through the eyes of those seemingly closest to him...
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I'm Still Sorry for Farting in Your Face
Culture Kings Carl, Edgar, & Jacquis get in to the Grammy's, Black Panther, the NBA, the year 2003, queen of the week, deep cut of the week, & more.
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Mummy Brown (Entry 817.PR0716)
In which the bodies of ancient kings are ground up to fertilize lawns, power locomotives, and paint portraits. Certificate #37891

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Nate Bargatze on Scream
Nate Bargatze is one of Chuck's favorite comedians, so much so that he hit the road for Nashville to have a chat with him about his movie crush, SCREAM.
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The Kennedys Ride Again, DUI of Fast & The Furious 1.31.18

In episode 75, Andrew Ti (Yo Is This Racist?) joins Jack O'Brien & Miles Gray.

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The Rotten, Sausagey Secret Origin of Botox
Today botox is one of the world's most well-known wrinkle treatments, as well as a go-to joke in the realm of pop culture. But where did this treatment come from, and what on Earth does it have to do with sausage? Join Ben and Noel as they trace the origins of botox to one man's unending obsession with food safety and rotting pork.
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The Manson Family Murders
The '60s ended with a lot of turbulence, not the least of which was the Manson Family Murders. What made Charles Manson so alluring to his family? What makes one person kill for another? And what did The Beatles have to do with it all? Learn all this and more in this two-part episode.
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Mary-Russel Ferrell Colton
Mary-Russel Ferrell Colton was a painter, author and educator. But she's most famous for co-founding of the Museum of Northern Arizona and related programs and projects intended to preserve and continue the art traditions of the Colorado Plateau.
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How Chinese is our Chinese Food?
Chinese restaurants have an incredible history in America. (They actually pre-date the Civil War!) But is the food we scarf down every week actually Chinese? Will and Mango stuff themselves with takeout facts: from the origin of the Lazy Susan, to Buster Keaton's obsession with Chop Suey, to why everyone needs to make a pilgrimage to Butte, Montana.
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Miasma Theory and the Evil Air
Prior to the germ theory of disease, miasma theory ruled the day -- the notion that bad air, full of destructive particles, wafted out from the foul places of the earth to corrupt everything it touched. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe explore the origins or the theory, its effects on society and how it eventually gave way to an accurate understanding of contagion.
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Is Skincare Feminism's New Salve
Skincare became many feminist’s new form of self-care in 2017. But can we detoxify our way past the patriarchy?
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Which States Get the Most Money from the Federal Government?
Due to states' differing taxes and needs, some give the U.S. federal government far more money than they receive.
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This Episode is Bananas
B-A-N-A-N-A-S. The most popular fruit in the world has driven food technology and military coups alike. It's also in danger of being wiped out. We peel back the disturbing history and science surrounding bananas.
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The Grand Canyon's Lost Civilization
The Grand Canyon is a breath-taking natural formation, and every year more than 4 million people visit. Despite its popularity, areas of the canyon remain dangerously remote, and it’s no secret that numerous people have disappeared in or around the canyon over the years. But what if there was more to the story than missing couples and individuals? Is it possible that an entire civilization went missing in the canyon?
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Takes a Ride in a Personal Submarine
Scott Benjamin from CarStuff joins the show to talk about the unusual world of personal submarines. What's the tech behind this luxurious, dangerous extravagance?
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