Originally published on Tue October 16, 2012 2:27 pm
Two stars from the Sundance Channel reality show Push Girls – Mia Schaikewitz and Auti Angel – joined NPR's Neal Conan on Talk of the Nation to chat about their new series that's pushing boundaries. Mia and Auti were happy to show love for NPR during their visit to NPR West.
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