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J.McVay (@thejlm) joins the show to recap the first Democratic presidential primary debate.
Jared Kushner’s got a “Peace Plan” again, the ongoing trauma of family separation, and the Democratic Wife Guys.…
We look back on 1999 film ‘American Beauty.’ Also, we review new movie,’Maiden.’ Plus a preview of Meg Myers’ upcoming…
Joe offers a (very) brief Democratic debate recap and discusses NRATV's downfall.
A prominent New York advice columnist comes forward to describe being assaulted by Donald Trump. Stop Brett Kavanaugh…
Rebel, seeker, traveler, observer, vagabond. Writer and poet Jim Christy has been called all these things and more. Inspired at…
When are millions of people not actually millions?
The baffling responses to Bernie’s plan to abolish student debt, a brief check-in on Luis CK’s ongoing comeback effort, and…
Sam recalls the worst teacher she encountered while in school a particular moment that has stuck with her many years later.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the key issues and potential climbers in the first Democratic Primary debates, set for…
For better or for worse, we’ve all had a dad. Our storytellers for this month take the decidedly “for better” approach, as…
Sanders unveils the biggest student debt cancellation policy of them all, Trump terrorizes cities with threats of massive ICE…
Jacqueline Bell Johnson is a California-based artist whose work explores the intersection of organic and architectural structures.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the latest developments with Trump's Iran escalations and how outside voices factor into his…
The United States very nearly attacked Iran on Thursday night, multiple reports detail atrocities being committed to children at…
Donald Trump called off his approved strike against Iran at the last minute. But who's to say he won't change his mind over the…
Jackie and J discuss new movies, ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ and ‘The Souvenir.’ Plus a preview of Divino Niño’s and…
Reclaim Pride Coalition’s Natalie James joins us to discuss their organizing around this year’s Pride, Chuck Todd pretends he…
What's the power of a phrase? How accurate it is and how uncomfortable it makes political opposition.
AOC ignites a conservative firestorm by calling the camps at the southern border concentration camps, Joe Biden praises the…
With hairpin twists and immense psychological acuity, Kelsey Rae Dimberg’s ‘Girl in the Rearview Mirror’ is as seductive…
Jose Martinez (@JMartinezNYC) joins the show to discuss the MTA's renewed crackdown on farebeating on NYC subways and buses.
Conservative Parkland survivor and activist Kyle Kashuv’s Harvard admission was rescinded after it was found that he used racial…
Mareda recalls how having her mother as the director of her pre-school gave her a sense of authority and what she would tell her…
Broken hotel elevators. Denying Puerto Rico statehood. These are both because of socialism. And so is everything else…
The rhetoric from both the administration and the New York Times around war with Iran has escalated significantly in the last few…
Mark Addison Smith is a New York-based artist whose design specialization is typographic storytelling that allows illustrative…
Joe talks about Sarah Huckabee Sanders and wonders if the Trump administration really needs a press secretary.
A look at the delayed justice for the Central Park Five, and the recent capitalist success of fake meat.
The wild, immersive Bushwick nightclub experience runs through August.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the Trump administration's transparent attempts to create conflict with Iran and Sarah…
In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Trump claims he didn’t accept foreign intelligence but totally would in the future.…
Jackie and J discuss new movies, ‘The Last Black Main San Francisco’ and ‘Wild Rose.’ Plus a preview of Dark Tea’s and…
In Part 2, Lisa Walsh discusses how researchers measure happiness using self-reports and the adaptability of positive and negative…
A jury in Arizona was unable to reach a verdict in the trial of an activist for leaving out water for migrants in the desert, and…
Today's required reading is a little too lax on political corruption, a little too happy about Twitter brands and a little too…
Don and Rosie are back in Melbourne after a decade in New York, and they’re about to face their most important project.
Lisa Walsh joins the show to discuss her research and writing exploring whether happiness leads to career success. Lisa Walsh…
His career appears indestructible, no matter how uncool or offensive he gets.
Biden has always loved the Republican party and 2020 is the absolute worst time in history to embrace it. Joe…
One does all his own stunts, the other has years of choreography under his belt. So who wins in the octagon?
Anastasia recalls an incident where she could have intervened to help someone in need but did not, and what means to be a…
Axios markets editor Dion Rabouin joins the show to discuss his recent piece exploring why the super rich and big companies are…
Today in required reading, I mull over an editorial bashing the diet and fitness industrial machine.
There’s an actual bill to decriminalize sex work coming to the New York state house, and Melissa Gira Grant is here to break it…
Sophia Krupsha was born in Kingston, Pennsylvania in 1998. Her work explores local history, cultural identity and the…
Joe discusses the Boston Straight Pride Parade and why news organizations and regular people shouldn't fall for this fascist…
Get inside the secret immersive experience of Shadow Traffic's Lost Horizon Night Market.
A deep dive into how New York City’s specialized high school purged Black and Latino students in the last few decades, John on a…
Sean Sullivan (@MetsExaminer) joins the show to discuss the possibility of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks signing marquee…
We wrap up our 10yr Film Retro series with our favorite films of 2009. Also, we review new movie,’Late Night.’ Plus a preview…
Joe Biden confirms he isn’t in favor of repealing the Hyde amendment. A clinic escort outside the Planned…
Joe discusses YouTube's recent controversy and how its ignorance of context leads to real, dangerous censorship.
Children sat in vans for days at a time waiting to be reunited with their parents, Youtube sides with a homophobic harasser, and…
In the Hamptons, no rules apply, especially in matters of money—and the heart…
Steffanie Strathdee joins the show to discuss her book The Perfect Predator, her exploration of phage therapy, the escalating…
It’s not a harmless novelty when it’s organized by dangerous alt-right hustlers who don’t deserve a platform.
A new analysis shows how many cops are openly and explicitly racist on Facebook, an architect of gerrymandering has it in writing…
Madeline recalls what brought on the most trivial fight she was part of and how it was resolved. 1st Person is presented by…
His latest tuxedo proves Trump is all about body positivity.
In Part 2, Andrea Carcamo discusses the problems with incarcerating asylum seekers, how it affects their mental health and how the…
Elizabeth Warren very convincingly explains why she won’t go on Fox News, Mike Pompeo disagrees with boy prince Jared…
They want to use Aunt Becky as proof that the rich and powerful are punished. Don’t fall for it.
Katy McCarthy is an artist based in Brooklyn and working primarily in video and sculpture. Her work laminates historical moments…
Andrea Carcamo joins the show to discuss visiting the U.S. southern border at El Paso to see firsthand the conditions in detention…
Jackson Galaxy's Cat Camp took over the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC this weekend!
A Trump tariff explainer, the politics of boycotting Georgia, and Louisiana passes its own six week abortion ban. John…