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Looking For A Podcast? Try 'Fugitive Waves'

Davia Nelson (left) and Nikki Silva (aka The Kitchen Sisters) are the producers of the <em>Fugitive Waves</em> podcast. You can <a href="http://earbud.fm/episode/the-french-manicure-the-long-shadow-of-shirley-temple/">hear an episode</a> and find more recommended podcasts at <a href="http://earbud.fm/">earbud.fm</a>.
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The Kitchen Sisters
Davia Nelson (left) and Nikki Silva (aka The Kitchen Sisters) are the producers of the <em>Fugitive Waves</em> podcast. You can <a href="http://earbud.fm/episode/the-french-manicure-the-long-shadow-of-shirley-temple/">hear an episode</a> and find more recommended podcasts at <a href="http://earbud.fm/">earbud.fm</a>.

Jenna Weiss-Berman, director of audio at Buzzfeed, says Fugitive Waves, produced by Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, offers a gorgeous and complete soundscape. "When you're listening to the Kitchen Sisters, you never hear a host or a narrator, you really just hear the people whose stories are being told," she says. Click here to listen to "The French Manicure," Weiss-Berman's favorite episode. And for more great podcast recommendations, visit earbud.fm.

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