Molly Knefel shares her thoughts on the developments in the past few weeks concerning men, specifically in the media and politics, accused of sexual harassment. In this follow up to our previous… | watch
When eighteen-year-old Eleanora’s father is shot dead on the cobblestone streets of 1910 Albania, Eleanora must abandon her dream of studying art in Italy as she struggles to survive in a remote mountain village with her step mother Meria. Nearing starvation, Meria secretly sells Eleanora into marriage with the cruel heir of a powerful clan. Intent on keeping her freedom, Eleanora takes an oath to remain a virgin for the rest of her life — a tradition that gives her the right to live as a man: she is now head of her household and can work for a living as well as carry a gun. Eleanora can also participate in the vengeful blood feuds that consume the mountain tribes, but she may not be killed — unless she forsakes her vow, which she has no intention of ever doing.
Keeping up with the accusations against men in the music industry is as depressing as it is confusing. | read
This is part 1 of a two part episode on the record label Ernest Jenning Record Company. The label's founder, Pete D'Angelo, stopped with a few beers and we spent a couple of hours talking about music… | listen
A major Latino writer’s intimate but healing journey through addiction, human desire and broken love. | listen