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Hurricane Sandy has devastated the Northeast, leaving millions without power, and New York City without subway service for the…
The best of the best comedians and writers in New York  get together at the end of every month to share their wild and crazy…
Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Northeast! It's a Frankenstorm-snoreaster-pocalypse! We're replaying two interviews today,…
This week on Art Uncovered Italian curator Domenico Quaranta talks about his exhibition Collect the WWWorld: The Artist or…
Cannibal cop wanted to kidnap, cook, and eat one hundred women, the future of warfare is lethal autonomous robots, and Mitt…
The world’s preeminent word-of-mouth marketing experts demonstrate how in-person social networking, not online marketing, is the…
Chase Madar, author of The Passion of Bradley Manning, on Manning's detention, trans identity, and the overlap of foreign policy…
Anne Elizabeth Moore on her new book Hip Hop Apsara, Cambodia, and denationalized trade zones. Also, a listener provided interview…
John returns to the show, with more audio from Guantanamo Bay. Also, Greg Basta on the new book by New York Communities for…
Wendy Klemperer makes sculptures of animals. the creatures in her work are amazingly expressive and convey complex movement and…
John's latest dispatches from Guantanamo Bay, including an interview with Hina Shamsi of the ACLU. Also, an interview with Nelini…
SuddenlySolo.org is a definitive site for the mature widowed or divorced man. As healing after a breakup, divorce, or a death of a…
John's third dispatch from Guantanamo is an interview with Defense Attorney David Schulz on classified information and updates on…
Jesse Myerson is back to continue the co-host party and John sends his second dispatch from Guantanamo Bay, including more audio…
Jesse Myerson is guest co-hosting all week. John sends his first dispatch from Guantanamo Bay, the EU is confusingly awarded the…
Over ten years filmmaker Ben Shapiro followed photographer Gregory Crewdson, documenting his film-sized photo productions in…
Melissa Gira Grant on a California proposition that would adversely effect sex workers, and the former Facebook executive who's…
In The Knockoff Economy (Oxford University Press, September 2012), law professors Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman reveal…
Labor reporter Josh Eidelson joins us to discuss the Walmart strikes happening across the country, the possibility of a mass…
Karim El Hakim shares firsthand stories about the Egyptian revolution, including the time the secret police beat and detained him,…
Kevin Gosztola of FireDogLake on 3rd party politics and short-term thinking in the Democratic Party, Patrick Robbins on an…
Over the last 50 years, Arthur Pollock has photographed some of the landmark events in our country's history, including Vietnam…
Micah Uetricht on the striking Walmart workers in Illinois and California, the jobs numbers are in and look better than usual, and…
This week we delve deep beneath the surface, coursing through the criminally under-explored arteries of the least estimated stuff…
Tucker Carlson and Drudge discover that President Obama is black, Todd Akin believes women who aren't pregnant are getting…
Greg Basta of New York Communities for Change discusses the lawsuit brought by Attorney General Eric Schniederman against JP…
Columbia Law Professor Naureen Shah joins us to discuss a new drone report she co-authored.
This week on the show painter and community advocate Peter Krashes joins me to talk about his new exhibition Make It Work In…
John isn't voting for Obama. Molly's on the fence. We spend the hour on discussing the issue that is dominating the Internet, and…