An Exultation of Appalachia - GPS Has A Meteorologist Worried - Classic Cuban Music Is Coming to Lexington 

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One: Is GPS technology eroding our map-reading skills? And, how are our smart devices changing our lives? We feature a segment from NPR's Here&Now on how GPS has made the roadmap obsolete - and why that can be dangerous. Plus, an interview with EKU psychologist Matthew Winslow on ways our smart devices are changing our lives,  LISTEN

Two: Essay winner pens a counter to the J.D. Vance memoir Hillbilly Elegy. We talk with writer Lonormi Manuel, author Silas House and Chris Green, director of the essay-sponsoring Loyal Jones Appalachian Center at Berea College. LISTEN

Three: The romance of classic Cuban music is heading for Lexington. Guest interviewer Lee Carroll chats with singer Xiomarra Laugart and we offer samplings of her music  LISTEN

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