A week or so ago, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz decided that the company was going to start an initiative to discuss race relations and racial inequalities by having every barista write the words "race together" on customers' coffee cups. On this episode of "Just One More Thing," Dennis Malloy explains why this was just a really bad idea.
Not only did Dennis & Judi get to eat some amazing food from Biagio's Bakery on Friday, but they had musical accompaniment as well! Haley, a 12-year-old fiddle player, performed live in studio, with her brother, Dylan, who played guitar. Ha
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