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Ally Love's regular Sunday classes, "Sundays with Love," have made the beloved spinning teacher a pandemic celebrity. We've invited Love to play a game called "Peloton? Meet Skele-ton."
Kemp Powers, who wrote the play One Night in Miami — which was adapted into a film — will answer questions about Sir Barry Gibb, a founder of the Bee Gees, who lives in Miami.
Sifton is the founding editor of New York Times Cooking, and author of the No-Recipe Recipes cookbook. We've invited him to play a game called "I don't need a recipe, I've got $1.50 in change."
Peter Sagal is, has been, and perhaps someday will be again, a husband, father, playwright, screenwriter, author, journalist, columnist, marathoner, Jeopardy contestant, dramaturg, podcast host, documentary host, foreign correspondent, wedding officiant, and magician's assistant.
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