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After President Biden’s revealing news conference, America’s top diplomat meets with the Russian foreign secretary. Transplant experiments involving pig organs reach a new stage. And the NCAA implements a new policy on trans athletes.

On today’s Finance Friday episode, Robert Kiyosaki reveals how the amount of money you have is a result of your ideas about money. Your beliefs become a self-fulfilling financial prophecy. He encourages you to be mindful of your thoughts about money, to respect money instead of abusing it, to decide what kind of money problems you want, and to understand that wealth is a choice.
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Welcome to January 21st, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate crafty critters and packable snacks. 
Each Fall, squirrels gather nuts and then bury them for safekeeping. Because of scavengers, squirrels can’t hide their stash all in one place and use a technique called “scatter hoarding.” A few nuts get buried here, a few there, and before you know it, the treasure is spread out over hundreds of places. Sometimes they even dig fake holes to throw off other animals from finding the real stuff. And, contrary to popular belief, squirrels are really quite good at recovering their hidden nuts. Through a combination of smell and memory, these furry little creatures can locate nearly 3/4 of everything they buried. And, yes, if they find another squirrel’s hoard, they’re not above stealing. On Squirrel Appreciation Day, celebrate these crafty backyard critters.
It’s a gorgeous day and you’ve decided to summit a challenging peak. After hours of pushing ahead through blisters and muscle cramps your senses are rewarded with a breathtaking view. In that moment it was worth all the energy you spent but the only problem is – you’re spent! Granola bars to the rescue. Hikers and sports enthusiasts know that these packable snacks are filled with whole grains, fruit, nuts and seeds, that offer a burst of energy without all the junk found in candy bars. If we’re being honest, there are plenty of granola bars that don’t pass for health food and if it matters to you, then check the labels. But if your active lifestyle requires meals on the go, then celebrate convenience on National Granola Bar Day and take in some gorgeous new heights. 
I’m Anna Devere and I’m Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day! 
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Today on Post Reports, the government’s rollout of free rapid coronavirus tests in the United States. And later in the show, how China’s “zero covid” policy could affect the Winter Olympics.  Read more:This week, the Biden administration launched a website where Americans can order free rapid coronavirus tests. Each household is eligible for four tests, which are sent via mail to your residence. Reporter Yasmeen Abutaleb explains the importance — limitations of rapid tests. You can order your four free tests here.As some countries become more lenient in their pandemic restrictions, others are doubling down. China’s zero-tolerance policy means some cities are still going through lockdowns in hopes of quashing any possible spread of the virus. Eva Dou reports on what this means for the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing.

President Biden’s voting rights priority meets defeat in the U.S. Senate. The U.S. won’t send troops to Ukraine, even if Russia invades, so what are Kyiv’s options? And days after a massive volcanic eruption, the international community struggles to bring relief to the island nation of Tonga.

On todays episode of Backstage with Gentry Thomas he interviews legendary musician Don McLean. Gentry reaches out to Don and thanks him on behalf of all DJs for making the well known eight minute – thirty six second classic American Pie. They also go in depth about McLean’s relationship with Buddy Holly, how he had influenced his music, and how devastating his death was to him.

They additionally went in depth about the upcoming 50 year anniversary tour for Don McLean’s all time classic American Pie. Gentry asks all the right questions about American Pies lyrics and there deeper meanings and which conspiracy’s are right and which ones are wrong. Don also talks about his thriving buckle collection along with a plethora of other interesting tidbits and more on todays episode of Backstage with Gentry Thomas.

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American Radical News Rosanne Boyland hated politics. She was shy, and she rarely left her home in Georgia. But then her family got a shocking call: Rosanne had died at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, in the middle of a crowd trying to force its way past a police line. From the depths of [...]
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On todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we have an in depth and dirty conversation from the king of dirt Mike Rowe! Mike speaks upon his new hit Christmas song’Santa’s Got a Dirty Job’  which is currently topping the charts and what’s even better about the song is that all the money made from the tune is being donated to charity.


Mike describes how he began his music career as young man with a stutter and how he moved on from singing to use his vocal talents to narrate nature documentaries. Mr. Rowe also talks about the upcoming final season of ‘Dirty Jobs’  and what originally inspired the show and how tough it has been physically on him through the years. He also illustrates the dirtiest jobs out there and how they’ve been etched in his mind for the rest of time. 

Mike who’s an advocate for trade schools gives his take on the importance of the youth weighing out the worth of going to a trade school versus a traditional college. Additionally, he gives us insider tips on how to deal with the political extremists in our families on todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas click play and listen to it all.  

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Former star of M.A.S.H. and now podcaster Alan Alda stars in todays episode of Backstage with Gentry Thomas. Alan talks about his new podcast Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda and his recent guest who’s an actor and an author Max Brooks. Alan and Gentry also talk about how todays warfare is fought over cyberspace and how much has changed since the former Golden Globe winners days at M.A.S.H. 

The six time Emmy Award winner talks about going to college in the Bronx at Fordham University and how he had his own radio show and describes how his time in radio prepared him for starting his own podcast. He also debunks and confirms several of the rumors following him through his career on todays episode, press play and find the answers.

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Nowadays you can find former Head Coach Bill Snyder trying to keep up with his ten grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The legendary college football Hall of Famer joined Gentry to discuss his new book called My Football Life and The Rest of The Story. When Coach Snyder took over at Kansas State, not one of the kids on the team had ever won a college football game. What makes this story so special is the perseverance of the team along with Snyder’s dedication to the program taking a team with no hope and no wins to just one win in his first season. Which in everyone’s mind was a huge victory. After that season the Wildcats went on to win 4 games, then the following year it was 5, then 7, then 9, then 10, Wow! Then 11. Coach stated “this was the basis of our program, it wasn’t about anything other than us becoming a little bit better every single day.” The life lesson’s of persistence and patience is something that he talks about in his new book.

At 82 years young Coach Snyder reflects about his upbringing and credits his single mother for setting the standard for his life. In his new book he talks about his family and the one thing that really still bothers him which was the 1998 Big 12 Championship Game in which his Wildcats lost a triple overtime thriller on a last second play losing to Texas A&M.  

Coach Snyder commented on the departure of Brian Kelly from Notre Dame to LSU before the Irish play in the Fiesta Bowl this year vs Oklahoma State. During his coaching career Coach Bill Snyder always stayed true to his morals, that if a team wanted to talk about hiring him for a coaching position they would have to wait until the end of the season. “Leaving my team before a bowl game is not something I would entertain.” coach told us. He really tells a fascinating story in his new book and on the podcast Backstage Stage with Gentry Thomas. Listen to the entire interview and subscribe to our podcasts. 





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Actor and four-time NAACP winner Wesley Snipes has been making a bit of a comeback as of recent. The star appears in the new Netflix limited series True Story where he plays the role of Carlton, the burdensome and seemingly jealous older brother to the show’s lead character, the Kid, played by Kevin Hart. Snipes brings the same level of intensity and awe a