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Boston Marathon Bombings, Strange Foods

Dozens of Maritime runners were at the Boston Marathon when two bombs went off near the finish line yesterday. We hear some of their experiences. We also hear reaction to the news from people on the streets of Halifax. Former CSIS intelligence officer Ray Boisvert offers his analysis of events. And we speak to Bluenose Marathon organizers about how the bombing might change how they run their event. We also ask: what are some of the foods you just can't stomach?

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