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Fun with Ira Glass Glasses 

Published April 24, 2009 at 3:18 p.m.

Sadly, I did not get to attend last night's "This American Life, Live!" show at the Palace 9.

Look what I missed! Fun with Ira Glass glasses.

Click here to make your own IG glasses.

Kara, our intern, did go to the show, and said it was great. I think she's planning a blog post for later. She said I should get tickets to the May 7 show.

I once interviewed Ira Glass and got him to sing the 1st verse of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical song "Going Through the Motions." It was good times. I still have it on mini-disc somewhere...

UPDATE: Cathy Resmer says: I stupidly posted this as Seven Days rather than as myself. Can't believe I missed the opportunity to take credit for my interview with Ira.

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