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Alternet's Kristen Gywnne joins us to discuss police brutality in the Bronx, the school to prison pipeline, and why you should…
Some of the funniest writers in New York are getting together to let you know about the nights of their lives - those nights that…
Photographer Thilde Jensen's story starts rather typically. She moved to New York City in 1997 to pursue a career as a…
Sam Osterhout reads selections from Memos to Ruby, soon-to-be-published short pieces of advice for his daughter, plus Our Man In…
"Poker is the new golf,” says Ellen Leikind, founder of PokerPrimaDivas™, a company dedicated to teaching professional women…
Comedian Ted Alexandro joins us to discuss his arrest at OWS, a near mauling by a lion cub, and the terror of waiting in the wings…
Jeffrey McClain of Iraq Veterans Against the War on his time in Iraq and his involvement in the anti-war and Occupy movements.…
Hi Everyone welcome to Art Uncovered. My guest this week is filmmaker Julia Haslett. She is the director of the new documentary An…
Baratunde Thurston joins us to discuss his new NYT bestselling book How To Be Black. We talk about the insanity of his book tour,…
Some of the greatest American literature centers on place. This week on Book Talk, I celebrate the great writing inspired by New…
Truthout's Jesse Meyerson and Guy Steward join us to discuss black bloc tactics, provoking the wrath of the state, predictions for…
The Guardian's Ryan Deveraux on transparency and privacy, police brutality in the Bronx regarding Ramarley Graham and Jateik Reed,…
My guest this week, London-based photographer Kurt Tong, has been documenting the modern day Chinese tradition of burning Joss…
Natasha Lennard – freelance journalist covering OWS and other protest movements who was arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge while…
Encore episode - first aired Mar 5, 2011. Laura Hillenbrand is a New York Times bestseller known for her famous freshman novel…
Leighann Lord joins us to discuss African Americans for Humanism, an outreach organization for black atheists. Plus, Prop 8…
Super Bowl ad scrubs union sign, why the Komen split was good for feminism, interviews from High School Walk Out Day, and an…
View more photos from the exhibition At night In the 30s, 40s and 50s, Arthur Fellig, could be found, on the streets of New…
Chloe Angyal of Feministing joins us to discuss how Komen cowardly backed away from Planned Parenthood, a bill that would make men…
This week, Kory talks to the author of A Saint In The City: Coaching At Risk Kids To Be Champions, Coach Scott Glabb.
John goes to court, DA subpoena's twitter, and Komen for the cure cuts out of planned parenthood.
Gov Eliot Spitzer joins us to discuss OWS, ways of solving the mortgage crisis, and back room deals would make people revolt if…