Editor-in-chief David Willey talks with comedian Liz Miele about how running keeps her sane, and stokes her funny. *(2:10)
Producer Christine Fennessy gets the lowdown from training editor Meghan Kita on why runners really need to back off and rest once in a while (and gets staffers to admit to times when they ran when they really shouldn't have. And paid for it.) *(27:01)
In the Kick, we talk about marathoners denied a Boston qualifier, another attempt to set a record running the Appalachian Trail, and Apple's latest and greatest. *(39:49)
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The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman talks the soon-to-be app from Facebook that will let users stream videos in their news feed through set-top boxes like Apple TV, Amazon's Fire TV and internet-connected TVs via Samsung.
The Culture Gabfest team discusses Westworld, Bruce Springsteen's memoir, Born To Run, and the unmasking of Elena Ferrante.