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NickSelfNick Andersen is an associate producer at On Point, where he produces on air content and runs the web works at On Point.org. He joined WBUR in October of 2013. Prior to his move to Boston, Nick was the founding editor of Eater Detroit, a food and drink blog tracking dining options in the Motor City as part of Vox Media’s Curbed Network. He also interned with NPR’s digital arts team in Washington, D.C., produced stories about fruit cake and being a 20-something at WDET’s Craig Fahle Show, tracked voting rights with the Carnegie-Knight Foundation’s 2012 News21 project Who Can Vote?, tackled arts and culture at The Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy Blog, and wrote about all manner of arts and features for The Daily Tar Heel.

Nick is a 2012 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied American music history, multimedia journalism, and French. He’s a native of the metro Detroit region and a diehard Red Wings fan, even though he lives in Cambridge at the moment. You can follow him on Twitter @nicktheandersen (although you get plenty of his tweets @OnPointRadio)

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Oct 24, 2014
Ottawa police officers, with Parliament Hill in the background, guard the area around the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Thursday. (Reuters/Landov)

Gunfire in Canada’s capital. Billionaire millions hit the midterms. Huge airbag recall. Ben Bradlee is dead. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

Oct 24, 2014
Andrew (Miles Teller) and his often demanding conductor, Terrence (J.K. Simmons) in a scene from the new film, "Whiplash." (Courtesy Sony Pictures Classics)

The new movie “Whiplash”. The thin line between obsession and abuse on the road to greatness. In music, the arts…sports.

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Oct 24, 2014
Andrew (Miles Teller) and his often demanding conductor, Terrence (J.K. Simmons) in a scene from the new film, "Whiplash." (Courtesy Sony Pictures Classics)

The new movie “Whiplash”. The thin line between obsession and abuse on the road to greatness. In music, the arts…sports.

 
Oct 24, 2014
Ottawa police officers, with Parliament Hill in the background, guard the area around the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Thursday. (Reuters/Landov)

Gunfire in Canada’s capital. Billionaire millions hit the midterms. Huge airbag recall. Ben Bradlee is dead. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.

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The Explicast, Episode Two: Why Is Election Day On A Tuesday?
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Our Week In The Web: October 24, 2014
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On comments, comment sections, and ROY G BIV.

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Introducing The Explicast: A New Podcast From On Point Radio
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