The Redistricting Song

Category:  BloggERy
Friday, January 13th, 2012 at 5:14 PM
The Redistricting Song by Jay Stevens
Null Space

 

Seeing it's Friday, I thought I would spare you all from a lengthy, wonkish blog post about redistricting. Instead, here's a song!

Murder at the Maritime

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The NPR vet gives his take on the current state of journalism. 

A Burger King classic for the history books. 

Cities: Skylines and the return of the city simulator. 

So Delicious may be the most fun you have this year listening to authentic Robert Johnson-style blues.

If listeners can set aside the hit original recordings, they'll likely get a lot of pleasure from Krall's listenable versions.

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