DiscoverOur American StoriesEP159: Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons, The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson and Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons
EP159: Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons, The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson and Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons

EP159: Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons, The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson and Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons

Update: 2022-01-05
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On this episode of Our American Stories, Alexandra Frost is the mother of four young, active boys, yet her home is cleaner than it was before she had kids. Alex shares her secret, which is called “The 10 Things Rule". Here is the story of how the choice to choose three then-minor league hockey players to play the Hanson Brothers in "Slap Shot" starring Paul Newman was made. Professor David Babcock shares his story of how he came to hold the Guinness world record for knitting the longest scarf while running a marathon.

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00:00 - Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons

10:00 - The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson

23:00 - Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons

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EP159: Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons, The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson and Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons

EP159: Our Home Became Tidier After Having Four Sons, The "Slap Shot" Story with Dave Hanson and Graphic Design Professor Knits While Running Marathons

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