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  1. Reporter Alix Spiegel and playwright David Kodeski tell stories about Niagara Falls. During the hour we hear from Paul Gromosiak, a man who's obsessed with the Falls, writes about them, thinks about them all the time, but never goes there, because "they've ruined the falls.".
  2. Ira Glass In the s, the area around Niagara Falls was still mostly wilderness. Railroads were just coming in, and already people were complaining about how commercialization was ruining Niagara Falls. Already there were cheesy attempts to make money off tourism.
  3. Alix Spiegel Reporter Alix Spiegel and playwright David Kodeski tell stories about Niagara Falls. During the hour we hear from Paul Gromosiak, a man who's obsessed with the Falls, writes about them, thinks about them all the time, but never goes there, because "they've ruined the falls.".
  4. Oct 18,  · "This American Life," the radio program that projects the child-at-a-windowpane sensibility of Ira Glass into American homes and automobiles each .
  5. Jul 06,  · Ira Glass had lost his voice. That gentle, reliably nasal, public radio staple of a voice had been worked hoarse. On any given day, this would be an issue for Mr. Glass.
  6. rectgissacorkasanc.ooklaysoncherifalloferchewertestthros.co Ira Glass, host of NPR's "This American Life" will not stand for any further bigotry from the Pulitzer Board.

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