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Marketplace Live from WUNC in Raleigh, N.C.

Oct 30, 2012
Listen to the audio podcast of the Marketplace No Horse, No Race live election road show
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Marketplace Live from KERA in Dallas

Oct 15, 2012
Check out the audio from our live event on the road in Dallas, Texas. Among the topics covered: Dallas architecture and cowboy boots.
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Marketplace Live from WGBH in Boston

Oct 9, 2012
Check out the audio from our live event on the road in Boston. Among the topics covered: higher education and craft beers.
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Marketplace Live from WCPN Ideastream in Cleveland

Oct 1, 2012
Listen to the audio broadcast of the Marketplace No Horse, No Race live election road show from WCPN Ideastream in Cleveland.
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Debate Night: It's the economy, smarty-pants

Oct 1, 2012
President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney meet for a debate on domestic policy. According to moderator Jim Lehrer's notes, the first three topics will be: the economy, the economy, and the economy.
Posted In: Election 2012, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama
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Marketplace Live: What a difference four years does not make

Sep 28, 2012
Subprime Meltdown. The Collapse of Lehman Brothers. Too Big To Fail. Those headlines dominated the global news in 2008. But how are they playing out this election year?
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Marketplace Live from KPCC in Pasadena

Sep 27, 2012
Join us in person and online for engaging conversation, lively interviews and fun as Marketplace hits the road for our first live event on Monday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. PT.
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The Donkey and the Elephant: A Political Drink Recipe

In 1870, staunch Republican Thomas Nast lashed out at certain Democrat-owned newspapers portraying them as a crazed jackass. Later, he drew his own party as a frightened elephant on the edge of a precipice. Both parties came to embrace Nast's animal familiars. For the Marketplace Election Road Show, I share the history of the cartoon icons and offer up this inspired drink recipe. Cheers.

The Jackass Neck As drawn up by Alex Bookless, bar manager of The Passenger in Washington DC: - 3/4 oz. Gran Classico apertif
- 1 1/2 oz. Old Weller 107 bourbon (or any high proof - for a donkey kick)
- equal parts ginger ale and soda water
- orange peel

Peel the orange in a long spiral (this is the "neck" - a variant of the lemon peel from the classic "Horse's Neck" drink). Line the inside of a Tom Collins glass with the peel, and add ice. Pour in the remaining ingredients. Share with friends across the aisle - er, bar - and place liquoring over bickering.


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Sep 17, 2012
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Picture This: #MPCampaignSlogans and the economy this election year

Election posters, bumper stickers and campaign slogans can paint a vivid picture of the economy this election year. Help us capture this economic story through photos. Snap a picture illustrating the #MPCampaignSlogans where you live and add them to our online photo collection. Plus, explore our interactive map of photos from around the country. Find out how to share your images with us on Instagram, Twitter, or with our online form.


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Sep 12, 2012

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