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The nest is full

Oct 11, 2019

Maria Hollenhorst

Associate Producer

Latest Stories from Maria (129)

How social media hurts and helps the great outdoors

by Adriene Hill and Maria Hollenhorst May 29, 2017
National Parks get a lot of love on social media, but some are being 'loved to death.'
Visitors take a selfie in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.
Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Why Ramadan is a big deal for Arab TV networks

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst May 26, 2017
'It's like the sweeps rolled into the Super Bowl, extended over a full month.'
Palestinian men and children watch television at a cafe in Arab East Jerusalem after breaking their fast.
AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images
The Big Book

Susan Burton's fight to stop a cycle of 'institutional abuse'

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst May 9, 2017
After doing several stints herself, helping women transition out of prison is personal.
“Life has took me on a journey, and through much of that journey, I didn't feel whole, connected and grounded,” said Susan Burton.
RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images

Workers who provide services to veterans and their families just took a pay cut

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 28, 2017
Government contract employees are on the losing end of a new federal contract.
About 400 people were affected by pay cuts at the Family Assistance Service Centers.
Scott Eisen/Getty Images

What the "Spinal Tap" lawsuit means for Hollywood

by Adriene Hill and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 26, 2017
The creators of the beloved mockumentary are taking on Hollywood accounting practices in a $400 million lawsuit.
Members of Spinal Tap, from left, David St. Hubbins, Derek Smalls and Nigel Tufnel pose for photographers at a showing in 2000.
Chris Weeks/Liaison
The Big Book

Why boom-bust oil prices may be here to stay

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 18, 2017
Robert McNally's 'Crude Volatility' looks at the cycle in a historical context.
“I think the sort of the next rude shock perhaps in the oil markets is that we will be thirstier for oil for a lot longer than folks hope and expect,” says energy analyst Robert McNally.
ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images

How Charles Shaw wine became Two Buck Chuck

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 18, 2017
It wasn't always cheap, and it wasn't always sold by Trader Joe's.
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This artist cuts up cash and uses it for collage

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Apr 7, 2017
Artist Mark Wagner uses U.S. currency to make his intricate collages.
Contemporary artist Mark Wagner creates portraits of U.S. presidents from dollar bills.
Photo courtesy of Mark Wagner

How crowdfunding is democratizing real estate investing

by Molly Wood and Maria Hollenhorst Mar 30, 2017
Crowdfunding platform founder Rodrigo Nino says the JOBS Act opened access to one of the best assets in the world.
"Crowdfunding means democratizing access, in our case, to large-scale commercial real estate assets," says Rodrigo Niño, founder and CEO of Prodigy Network.
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