The Lonely Palette is on break until November 2019, so every Wednesday in October, a different Hub & Spoke producer will take the host's chair to present an episode of their show that Tamar is especially fond of. Enjoy this month's podcast petri dish of art, culture, history, and society, and subscribe to any and all Hub & Spoke shows at www.hubspokeaudio.org.
Charles Gustine's Iconography, a podcast about icons, real and imagined. Just in time for New England leaf-peeping, this episode tackles Plymouth Rock, which visitors tend to find...underwhelming - a small, scarred rock in a cage. Maybe the reason Plymouth Rock is so frequently seen as underwhelming is because all the fascinating stories of how people who love the Rock have hurt it aren’t well known enough. Maybe if we all knew more of Plymouth Rock’s scar stories, visitors would be appropriately ...whelmed.
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