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Old 06-29-2017, 03:06 AM   #1
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Cooking, NY Times is building a paywall

On occasion I listen to NPR's "Marketwatch" instead of The Baseball Reporter's Show. Eclectic tastes, I know! Anyway, one of their stories mentioned this. As in, you have 28 days to copy-and-save any recipe you have sitting in your recipe box or you will not be able to access it without paying a fee. No looking around their cooking sub-site either without subscribing. I think Kai Ryssdal said the cost would be $5 a month, and I don't remember him mentioning an annual fee.

See you later. I have about 3 dozen recipes to archive before the clock runs out...
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Old 06-29-2017, 09:41 AM   #2
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CG, do you mean the Baseball Reporters on Boston radio? I'm surprised you'd be interested in the Sox.
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Old 06-29-2017, 11:20 AM   #3
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I'm not promoting anything but my NYT digital subscription which they say now includes Cooking is on $7.50.
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Old 06-29-2017, 12:26 PM   #4
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CG, do you mean the Baseball Reporters on Boston radio? I'm surprised you'd be interested in the Sox.
Yup, WEEI. I love the game of baseball almost as much as my team. Knowing "stuff" about opponents makes listening to games more interesting for me.

Plus, I just like listening to Tony Mazz. 😁
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Yup, WEEI. I love the game of baseball almost as much as my team. Knowing "stuff" about opponents makes listening to games more interesting for me.

Plus, I just like listening to Tony Mazz. ��
The Baseball Reporters are on The Sports Hub, not EEI.

I don't think Mazz is ever on WEEI

But he's on TV every afternoon!
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You're right, jenny. I listen to both stations, so I got them mixed up.

So he's on TV? Cable, I bet. We're old-school at our house and only have a "roof" antenna...which is in our attic, actually. We aren't big TV watchers. I do, however, try to remember to watch him with Steve Burton on Sunday nights.
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I'm never available at 6:30 PM so I go to their website and listen online two or three days at a time.
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You're right, jenny. I listen to both stations, so I got them mixed up.

So he's on TV? Cable, I bet. We're old-school at our house and only have a "roof" antenna...which is in our attic, actually. We aren't big TV watchers. I do, however, try to remember to watch him with Steve Burton on Sunday nights.
The Felger and Mazz drivetime radio show is also broadcast on tv (like Mike and Mike) on some cable channel. You might be able to find it online.
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The Felger and Mazz radio show is on from 2:00-6:00PM daily. FM radio @ 98.5 FM. Simulcast on TV at Comcast sports net New England - CSNNE.

Mazz is ok but I cannot stand to look at or listen to Mike Felger so I limit my listening to Mazz on Baseball Reporters.
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I've only watched it a few times because I also can't stand Michael Felger.

I liked watching Dennis and Callahan when it was on tv. Though I can't take Callahan when he's not talking sports.
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