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In hour two of Here & Now's Feb. 24, 2017 full broadcast, we hear how aid workers in South Sudan — the newest country in the world — are working to prevent a humanitarian disaster. Also, we speak with choreographer William Forsythe about his ballet "Artifact," which he has reshaped into a new production called "Artifact 2017." And we hear why Dubai's self-flying taxis have some hurdles to clear before taking off.
In hour one of Here & Now's Feb. 24, 2017 full broadcast, Univision's Maria Elena Salinas and former Denver Post editor Greg Moore join us to discuss the week's politics storylines -- from angry town hall crowds to President Trump's remarks at CPAC on Friday. Also, we speak with one author about a group of Harvard women who studied the stars at the turn of the 20th century. And we check in with Rhett Miller, one of the co-founders of alt-country band Old 97's, about the group's recently released album "Graveyard Whistling."
In hour two of Here & Now's Feb. 23, 2017 full broadcast, our resident chef Kathy Gunst joins us with recipes for Oscar-night finger food. Also, we take a closer look at why some cities are turning to car-free zones. And we talk with Dr. Doug Hudgins, program scientist for NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program, about the recent discovery of seven Earth-size planets orbiting a dwarf star called TRAPPIST-1.
In hour one of Here & Now's Feb. 23, 2017 full broadcast, the society editor for the Palm Beach Daily News joins us for a look inside Mar-a-Lago, and how President Trump fits into the ritzy Palm Beach, Florida, social scene. Also, what makes an effective protest movement? We hear more from a historian and author of the book "Direct Action: Protest and the Reinvention of American Radicalism." And we take a closer look at the state of Maine's proposal to ban using food stamps to buy soda and candy.