Getting Better About Giving Back, The Case For Relocating Some Federal Jobs, The Year In Movies 2019

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Our guest has some food for thought when it comes to having the biggest impact with your charitable giving this season. Then we discuss why some decentralization of federal jobs could be a good thing. And we talk to a movie critic about 2019’s winning and losing films.

Featured in this Show

  • How To Be More Mindful About What And How We Give

    How can we be sure the charitable giving we’re doing around the holiday season is going to have the best effect on people in need? We hear suggestions from an expert in primary care pediatrics, early literacy, medical education and advocacy.

  • A Case For Moving Some Federal Jobs Outside Of Washington, DC

    After a dustup this summer over moving some federal workers out of the nation’s capital, a recent piece from the Brookings Institution says the idea could actually work as long as it’s done right. We talk to the author about potential impacts for regional economies.

  • 2019 Movies Roundup

    A movie critic joins us to discuss nominations for the Golden Globes and other 2019 movie awards, as well as other notable movies from the past year.

Episode Credits

  • Judith Siers-Poisson Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Dr. Dipesh Navsaria Guest
  • Alan Berube Guest
  • Reggie Ponder Guest

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