Personal finance advice, true crime, a Hollywood insider and Damar Hamlin

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Do you have the correct bank accounts?

Most of us have a checking and savings account and that can be fine. But there is also the possibility that circumstances have changed and it may be time to reassess your options. On the latest episode of PennyWise, host Teri Barr spoke with NerdWallet personal finance expert Chanelle Bessette to discuss five questions to ask yourself to understand if your current setup is working or if it’s time to consider new options.

Wrapping “Afraid, She Walked the Streets”

Our final season of Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles has come to an end. In this final episode, hosts Chris Lay and Nat Cardona talk about the series and the Greensboro News & Record’s reporting of the story. Throw an episode? Catch up on the full season here!

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What is Hollywood really like?

Beyond the perceived glitz and glamor of celebrity lifestyles, Streamed & Screened host and longtime expert Bruce Miller talks about what it’s really like to be in Hollywood. He talks about filming a sitcom and what it’s like to share a birthday with Kevin Costner.

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Meet Damar Hamlin

As Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin continues his recovery, PlayAction hosts and Buffalo News reporters Mark Gaughan and Katherine Fitzgerald share some insight into what Hamlin is like in the locker room and off the field.

Character vs clutter

It’s time to fulfill those New Year’s resolutions, which is the perfect time for Scott Rada and Richard Kyte, hosts of The Ethical Life, to discuss home organization. Some people like a clean and tidy house, while others prefer to share memories of hobbies, travels and other memories. It’s an interesting debate to listen to as you debate your next steps.

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The cost of emailing your doctor

Telehealth has expanded substantially during the pandemic, but it comes at a price. Learn more about that topic and other health and science stories in this bonus episode of Hot off the Wire, our daily news podcast.

It’s time to be outraged!

In this episode of the Utterly Moderate podcast, host Lawrence Eppard is joined by David Beckemeyer, host of the new Connors Forum podcast Outrage Overload. The discussion focuses on the commentators and politicians who make up the outrage industry, which thrives on feeding the fear, anger and indignation of its audience.

Consequences of coastal flooding

In this episode of Across the Sky, meteorologist Joe Martucci says more schools, restaurants and roads are closing than ever due to coastal flooding. Share why this is so and what options lawmakers are considering to address the growing problem.


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