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Culture Queue 12-1-13: Cold Turkey
This week on Culture Queue, we're offering an early taste of things to be thankful for, including food, health, and great arts and culture reporting. Our show begins with a trip to the Hack Factory in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis with reporter Jamie Nelson and a look at some of the unique creations made there. Marcheta Fornoff looks at a uniquely gendered rendition of the classic play "Romeo and Juliet." Later, Sarah Mevisson joins host Mark Sheely in-studio to count down the Top 7 things you can do on Thanksgiving that don't involve eating. We look at how food defines our culture in a classic report from Tess Weinberg. Matt Curtis asks our Question of the Week: Who are you least looking forward talking to this Thanksgiving? Finally,