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Published on May 20, 2013
Two Things to Rule Them All: Changing Everything with Two Things You Probably Have Laying Around Your Community Right Now.
Scott Huler was born in Cleveland and raised in that city's eastern suburbs. He graduated from Washington University in 1981; there he was made a member of Phi Beta Kappa because of the breadth of his studies, and that breadth has been a signature of his professional work. He has written on everything from the death penalty to bikini waxing, from NASCAR racing to the stealth bomber, for such newspapers as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Los Angeles Times and such magazines as Backpacker, Fortune, and ESPN. His award-winning radio work has been heard on "All Things Considered" and "Day to Day" on National Public Radio and on "Marketplace" and "The Splendid Table" on American Public Media. He has been a staff writer for the Philadelphia Daily News and the Raleigh News & Observer and a staff reporter and producer for Nashville Public Radio. He was the founding and managing editor of the Nashville City Paper. He has taught at such colleges as Berry College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has servede as guest host on "The State of Things" on WUNC-FM.
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