February 11, 2021
'Embedded' with Mass-Shooting Survivors at The Capital Gazette
NPR’s Embedded podcast enters the world of The Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Md., where a gunman murdered five people in June 2018. Producer Chris Benderev spent more than two years following survivors through trauma and triumph, as they adapt to life in a uniquely American club no one wants to join. The 4-part weekly series debuts in the Embedded podcast feed beginning Wednesday, Feb. 17. Excerpts will also be featured on All Things Considered through mid-March.

Special Coverage: Impeachment Trial and State of the Union Address
US Capitol dome
Special coverage continues this week and possibly into next week for the Senate trial in the impeachment of former president Donald Trump. KGOU is airing NPR's anchored coverage during the afternoons, as the House managers wrap up their presentation today and the defense presents its case over the next few days. Stay tuned for exact days and times.

If President Biden gives a State of the Union address, which might come as early as Tuesday, Feb. 23, KGOU and NPR will bring live coverage of his speech and the Republican response. Stay tuned for all fluid and rapidly changing special coverage.
'American Indicators:' NPR Launches Series on Economic Path Forward
Ari Shapiro at microphone
Almost a year ago, the U.S. economy started its plunge. This week, NPR launched American Indicators, a series that will personalize the big economic stories of the day. All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro will track how the pandemic is affecting different sectors of the American economy by telling the stories of the people directly affected. All across the country people are managing the changes in manufacturing, housing, food insecurity and hospitality, looking for a path forward. The series will continue over the next year.

KANAVAL: Haitian Rhythms and the Music of New Orleans
This 3-part series explores the historical and present day ties between the nation of Haiti and the city of New Orleans with a focus on the music that binds these places and people together. Hosted by Grammy-winning musician Leyla McCalla of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, the series is KGOU's Sunday Radio Matinee, with Part 2 airing this Sunday at 12 p.m. We'll compile all three hours for binge-listening on Sunday, Feb. 28 from 1 - 4 p.m.

Want 'Easy'? 3 Sheet Pan Dinners
What's a sheet pan dinner? Well, it's pretty straightforward: you cook all the elements of your dinner in one sheet pan (like a cookie sheet with raised edges). Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst has three menus, perfect for a cold weekend with a foot of snow on the ground!

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Listener Calls Out NPR For Lack of Dinosaur Coverage
An 8-year-old recently wrote to All Things Considered to complain. Leo Shidla listens in the car with his mother in and around Minneapolis. He said he listens a lot, but he hadn't heard enough stories about nature and his favorite things, dinosaurs, to satisfy his curiosity. So this past Tuesday, the show gave him a chance to ask questions of a paleontologist, and to consider the things that are important to him. Listen to the conversation and find a link to a special dinosaur-centric playlist on the NPR One app.

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