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Today's episode: "The Museum of Everyday Life" by Rumble Strip
The mission of The Museum of Everyday Life is "a heroic, slow-motion cataloguing of the quotidian–a detailed, theatrical expression of gratitude and love for the miniscule and unglamorous experience of daily life in all its forms." The museum's home is in a barn on Route 16 in the Northeast Kingdom. It is Erica Heilman's favorite museum. This is a show featuring the museum's creator, Clare Dolan.
This show is co-produced by Erica Heilman and Mark Davis. Episode webpage: https://bit.ly/3oz1CGh
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