Episode 637: The Royal Shakespeare Company gets its first female Artistic Director, a brilliant thought from TS Eliot, an archaeological treasure discovered in a refugee camp, more food and travel with Phil Rosenthal, an amazing Gershwin performance, and more…

Good News: The Royal Shakespeare Company will have its first female Artistic Director in its entire six-decade history! Link HERE.

The Good Word: An important thought from T.S. Eliot.

Good To Know: A fun fact about newspapers on microfilm at the British Library!

Good News: A farmer in a refugee camp in Gaza stumbled across a major archaeological find, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Come along with Phil Rosenthal as he tries some stunning street tacos in Oaxaca, Mexico! Link HERE.

Bon Appetit: …and then join Phil as he checks out one of the hottest restaurants in Oahu, Mud Hen Water, and learn some things about Hawaiian culture to boot! Link HERE.

Sounds Good: Continuing to celebrate the life of George Gershwin, listen to this amazing performance of “An American In Paris”, HERE.

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