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Francis Schott and Mark Pascal's irreverent, rollicking radio talk show, The Restaurant Guys, is to food what Click and Clack on National Public Radio's Car Talk are to car repairs. Schott and Pascal have got food fever on the brain. These boisterous restaurateurs bring in people from all aspects of the world of food to have far-ranging, highly entertaining and informative chats about what people eat and drink. Foodie world glitterati such as chef Charlie Trotter, whose Chicago restaurant was named by Wine Spectator magazine as the best in the world for pairing food and wine; Gourmet magazine editor Ruth Reichl, the former New York Times restaurant critic; and Deborah Koons Garcia, musician Jerry Garcia's widow and producer of a documentary about genetically modified foods, have been guests.  On May 10, Mark and Francis had Oceana's Andy Sharpless on the show to discuss our rapidly vanishing fish and the havock that indiscriminate fishing is having on ocean habitat. Check it out:

http://www.restaurantguysradio.com/sle/rg/content/shows/index.asp?show_id=184

Clara Jeffery is Mother Jones Magazine's deputy editor and the third member of that publication to guest-blog for Oceana this week. Prior to working at Mother Jones, she served as a senior editor at Harper's magazine.

Tomorrow Author Dick Russell, who has guest-blogged for Oceana when his latest book, Striper Wars, was published, will discuss this contribution to the Mother Jones oceans package.

Michael W. Robbins our next guest blogger featured in the Mother Jones Magazine package on the state of the oceans, in the March issue of the magazine. Michael is the former editor of Audubon and Oceans magazines. His most recent book, The Hiking Companion, combines travel advice with tales of his own experiences on the major trails of North America.

Tomorrow Mother Jones editor Clara Jeffery guest-blogs for Oceana.

Julia Whitty is the author of the lead article in the March issue of Mother Jones Magazine, which focuses on the oceans. She is the first of four writers and editors from Mother Jones who will be guest-blogging for Oceana this week. Julia is also the author of the forthcoming book There Are Many Souls Embodied in Water: Tales from the Coral World. She has been making nature documentaries for 25 years, specializing in underwater films.

Tomorrow Author Michael W. Robbins guest-blogs for Oceana. Michael is the former editor of Audubon and Oceans magazines. His most recent book, The Hiking Companion, combines travel advice with tales of his own experiences on the major trails of North America.

Julia Whitty is the author of the lead article in the March issue of Mother Jones magazine, which focuses on the oceans. She is the first of four writers and editors from Mother Jones who will be guest-blogging for Oceana this week.

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