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Listen Up: How Mickey Rapkin Wrote a Book-Turned-Blockbuster and the Greatest New Children’s Book

Listen Up 06/24/2019
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If you've been alive on this earth for the past few years, chances are you've heard of a little movie called Pitch Perfect. Well, you can thank today's guest, Mickey Rapkin, for that - he wrote the original book the blockbuster series was based on. He also just wrote his first children's book, It's Not a Bed, It's a Time Machine, to help nervous kids chill out (and to take his shot at making the hashtag #bossofbedtime happen). READ MORE
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Listen Up: A Wildly Successful Denim Line Was Just the Start for These Work Wives

Listen Up 06/17/2019
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This week on A Few Things, Emily Current and Meritt Elliott have a lot to say about keeping a business partnership alive through a whole lotta changes. This badass duo met at UCLA, co-founded (and sold!) Current Elliott, and are the brains behind Emily + Meritt (which has so many cute Pottery Barn collabs!) and comfy-chic clothing line The Great. Naturally, we're here for ALL OF IT. READ MORE
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Listen Up: The NYC Duo Making Entertaining and Good Eating Easier

Listen Up 06/03/2019
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Settle in for an extra-delicious week of A Few Things, why don't you? We're picking the brains of Jill Donenfeld and Tiana Tenet, the food-plus-business badasses behind The Culinistas, a New York-based in-home cooking service that connects busy people with private chefs who can stock their fridges, prepare meals for new parents, and even help host a party. Plus, they're work wives who knew it was right from basically the instant they met. A lot to chew on! READ MORE
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Listen Up: The Female VCs Changing the Funding Game

Listen Up 05/28/2019
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Two very important (and very different) topics coming at you hard this week: pelvic-floor strength and the power of putting women in charge of venture capital. Anu Duggal and Sutian Dong are the brilliant minds behind Female Founders Fund, an early-stage investment firm created to identify women-led companies that old-school (cough, male) venture capitalists often overlook. Clearly, you need to know more, right? READ MORE

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