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Airing on Monday, May 25, 2015: Reporter Krissy Clark from Marketplace's Wealth & Poverty desk explains why a large number of military families are reliant on food stamps, guest host Adriene Hill heads to the Vista Theatre to see how a…

Stories From this episode

Takata, Toyota, GM: how do companies survive recalls?

by , and May 25, 2015
Product recalls happen all the time. Just last week, there were 11 not including food products.

John Nash's 'beautiful' contribution to economics

by Tim Fitzsimons May 25, 2015
Mathematician's game theory work benefited business, politics and social science.

Military families turn to food stamps

by Krissy Clark May 25, 2015
Frequent moves or a parent overseas take a financial toll on those serving.

A shot of 'America's native spirit'

by Adriene Hill and Robert Garrova May 25, 2015
Author Reid Mitenbuler tells how to find bourbon's 'sweet spot.'
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Vista Theatre is a one-screen wonder

by Adriene Hill and Bridget Bodnar May 25, 2015
There's no room for bloopers at the 92-year-old venue, owner says.
The Vista Theater's one screen means picking the right movie is crucial to business.
Courtesy of the Vista Theater

Airing on Monday, May 25, 2015: Reporter Krissy Clark from Marketplace’s Wealth & Poverty desk explains why a large number of military families are reliant on food stamps, guest host Adriene Hill heads to the Vista Theatre to see how a one-screen venue decides what movie to play (while staying in business), and author Reid Mitenbuler looks at how bourbon became America’s whiskey.

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