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May Day approaches, and Radio Dispatch gives you all the info you need to get ready. Also, Occupiers list grievances on the steps…
Facebook has impacted just about everyone who is living in this world today. With 800 million active users (and constantly…
On Act Up's 25th anniversary, they join with Occupy Wall Street in demanding a financial transaction tax and Radio Dispatch is…
We are back from vacation, ready to recap last Monday night on the steps of Federal Hall, ready for the ramp up to May Day, plus…
Nights of Our Lives got mainstream press coverage! Check out the NY Times piece on the comedic art of storytelling.
That's Jenny Vogel, she's a new media artist working in video, photography, printmaking, performance and installation. Jenny is…
The semi-vacation continues for Radio Dispatch. Here's a new show, recorded about a week early. On today's show, Charlotte joins…
Levon Helm was one of America's greatest musicians. Whether you want to classify him as an R&B man, Rockabilly, Rock n' Roll,…
Radio Dispatch is on partial vacation, which means this is a new show but recorded a week early. So instead of news and protest…
Michael Premo on singing auction blockades, an upcoming week of action in New York City courthouses, and Bank of America's role in…
Meg Hitchcock makes intricate large scale text drawings, by cutting out letters from holy books --- the bible, the torah, the…
The Occupy movement continues to sleep on Wall Street and Radio Dispatch is there to document it, Ann Romney and Hilary Rosen have…
Video Games! Personally, I was never allowed to play them as a kid, so I never got into them that much. I think a true gamer is…
Alternet's Sarah Jaffe on the war on Unions, the Bank of America deathwatch, and the 1 trillion dollars of student debt hanging…
Alternet's Sarah Seltzer joins us to discuss right wing bullies, the war on women, and Mad Men. Plus, John Derbyshire is too…
My guest on the show this week is painter Jane Dickson. Jane has a show up at Valentine Gallery in Ridgewood Queens called Eat…
Police continue to harass the Occupy camp in Union Square, March's dismal jobs number, and Barbara Walters interviews Jenna…
This week on Book Talk, in honor of the Masters, I take a look at one of the greatest golf novels ever written - The Legend of…
Ryan Devereaux of The Guardian on vigils for Ramarley Graham, so-called “clean halls” bills that allow the NYPD to enter…
6 month anniversary of the Brooklyn Bridge arrests, more on MTA bonds and the ways bankers are taking commuters' money, and Molly…
My guest on the show this week is Alex Handy. He is the founder of the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment, a non-profit based…
16,000 readers of Free Press respond to arrests and intimidation of journalists, Scalia rants about Broccoli from the bench of the…