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Day Jobs: Respiratory Therapist

Stacey Rose is a playwright, screenwriter, director, producer, and … respiratory therapist.

Women in Charge
Oct. 15 2018 7:00 AMWomen in Charge: Nadja WestThe U.S. Army surgeon general on the increasing openness in military leadership.
Oct. 13 2018 10:00 AMDue ProcessingAs Justice Kavanaugh takes his seat, Dahlia Lithwick takes stock with Sen. Jeff Merkley and Matthew Yglesias.
Slate Money
Oct. 13 2018 2:00 AMThe Win-Win EditionSlate Money on Winners Take All, Silicon Valley’s Saudi Arabia problem, and the alarming IPCC climate report.
Hit Parade
Oct. 12 2018 1:38 PMMusic Trivia: The ’90s Hip-Hop EditionFrom the Notorious B.I.G. to the Fresh Prince and LL Cool J, Slate’s music-history podcast is here to quiz you.
Live at Politics and Prose
Oct. 12 2018 7:00 AMDear AmericaJournalist and founder of Define American, Jose Antonio Vargas shares his experience of being undocumented in America.
Oct. 11 2018 7:00 PMTrump, Sheldon Adelson, Shinzo Abe, and CasinosA new ProPublica report delves into Adelson’s ties to the president, and what he’s getting from Trump.
Studio 360
Oct. 11 2018 5:00 PMAll Most FamousTheresa Rebeck on Sarah Bernhardt, Justine Bateman on fame waxing and waning, and a pirate radio station that got too famous for the FCC.
The Waves
Oct. 11 2018 12:05 PMThe “Star Report” EditionThe Waves on #MeToo a year on, A Star Is Born, and a California law requiring women on corporate boards.
Oct. 10 2018 6:05 PMVindication at Last?Franklin Foer on the resurfacing story of Trump and Alfa Bank.
The Good Fight Podcast
Oct. 10 2018 12:11 PMEscaping the Identity TrapWhy essentializing race is the wrong way to fight racism.
Secret History of the Future
Oct. 10 2018 8:30 AMFrom Zero to SelfieWhat happens the first time people see themselves in photos?
Slow Burn
Oct. 10 2018 7:00 AMMove OnIn 1998, Congress weighed whether Juanita Broaddrick’s rape accusation against Bill Clinton was grounds for impeachment.
Hang Up And Listen
Oct. 9 2018 7:24 PMHang Up and Listen: The Name-of-Coach Experiment Is Over EditionSlate’s sports podcast on Drew Brees, McGregor-Nurmagomedov, and college football.
Women in Charge
Oct. 8 2018 7:00 AMWomen in Charge: Jen AggThe pioneering Toronto restaurateur on female leadership in the industry.
Slate Money
Oct. 6 2018 2:01 AMThe Culp-able EditionSlate Money on Trump’s Taxes, the “big hack”, and shake-ups at GE.
Oct. 14 2018 2:00 PMHow Does a Marijuana Farmer Do His Job?Meet Ryan Milligan, the co-owner and head of cultivation at Denver’s Green Dragon.
Employee of the Month
Oct. 13 2018 7:00 AMMartha Plimpton and Masha Gessen Talk About Doing It AllMartha Plimpton acts, sings, and knows all about rhino dung, while Masha Gessen writes about everything from Putin to intergenerational trauma.
The Gist
Oct. 12 2018 8:31 PMOlive Branch, Turkey LegThis Thanksgiving, Ike Barinholtz wants you to talk to your conservative relatives (even if his character in The Oath is really bad at it).
I Have to Ask
Oct. 12 2018 10:00 AMI Have to Ask: The Coral Davenport EditionThe New York Times environmental reporter on how to understand the terrifying new report on climate change.
The Gist
Oct. 11 2018 8:44 PMGoing to The Good PlaceHow does a show about death and morality make philosophy fun?
Political Gabfest
Oct. 11 2018 5:23 PMThe “Angry Mob” EditionThe Political Gabfest discusses the dire new climate change report, the claim that Democrats are an “angry mob,” and Taylor Swift’s new foray into politics.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Oct. 11 2018 2:00 PMMom and Dad Are Fighting: The “Cold Turkey” EditionSlate’s parenting podcast on yelling at your kids and how to stop it.
The Gist
Oct. 10 2018 8:23 PMAnd What About Yemen?America’s most controversial ally, Saudi Arabia, is still at war with its southern neighbor. And America itself is still supporting it, for now.
If Then
Oct. 10 2018 5:18 PMIs Privacy a Right?Tech lawyer Tiffany C. Li explains how privacy law has evolved in the digital age—and how it hasn’t.
Culture Gabfest
Oct. 10 2018 11:16 AMThe Culture Gabfest “Just Wanted to Take Another Look at You” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on A Star Is Born, America to Me, and “The Morality Wars.”
Dear Prudence
Oct. 10 2018 8:00 AMDear Prudence: The “Brother Betrayal” EditionMy older brother sexually abused me growing up. How do I confront him now? Help!
The Gist
Oct. 9 2018 9:00 PMGuarding the CourtCould Brett Kavanaugh’s ascension change the Supreme Court itself?
Lend Me Your Ears
Oct. 9 2018 7:00 AMLend Me Your Ears: CoriolanusShakespeare’s final tragedy is about authenticity, compromise, and the struggle between the elites and the populists.
Oct. 7 2018 2:00 PMHow Does a Cannabis Researcher Do Her Job?Meet Angela Bryan, a researcher at CU Boulder studying the effects of marijuana.
The Gist
Oct. 5 2018 8:04 PMTake Down the PollCampaign-funded opinion polls box lawmakers in on every little issue, argues historian Jill Lepore.