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Episode 40: College, Politics and the World’s Largest Meatball

April 4, 2012

(In the words of co-host Bruce Barber as excerpted from the RLSG website)

Our friends at Sitar in New Haven were kind enough to keep their amazing buffet open a little later than usual on a recent Sunday afternoon, and the result was a rollicking editorial meeting for the RLSG!

We talked about April Fool’s Day (of course!), the changing nature of college admissions – and meatballs – with guest editors Joanne Kahan, Kim Garley-Erb, Erika Horne and David Bailin.

Joanne Kahan describes herself as a “sometimes bored suburban housewife, volunteer, and retired mother”. (Which, translated, means she’s an empty nester exploring new paths!)

Kim Garley-Erb is a “dreamer, doer, and entrepreneur from: kidHaven, schoolHaven, and now greenHaven“.

Erika Horne is a life-long Connecticut resident; she grew up in Guilford, but recently moved to Suffield. She is a Supervisor of a Client Service Department for a large medical laboratory, where she has been employed for over 25 years. She has been married for 15 years, and is a mother to one 12-year-old son, James.

David Bailin is a husband (to fellow guest editor Susannah) and father, and has been banned by Sitar for life. (I kid! David sampled reasonable portions – and left a generous tip…)

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