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13 minutes | May 16, 2022
New Art Exhibition Explores How the African Diaspora Influenced Cultures Around the World
Black Atlantic is a new exhibition from the Public Art Fund, exploring how the African diaspora and history of transatlantic slave network have influenced cultures around the world, from Europe to the Americas. The show features work from black artists born in Africa, the U.S, and Canada. Curators Hugh Hayden and Daniel S. Palmer join to discuss the exhibition, which is on view until November 27. *This segment is guest-hosted by David Furst.
29 minutes | May 16, 2022
New Podcast Investigates Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol Attack
Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz join to talk about their new podcast, Will Be Wild, from Pineapple Media, which investigates the preludes to, and the aftermath of, the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. *This segment is guest-hosted by David Furst.
17 minutes | May 16, 2022
Taking Care of You in 2022: Managing Perfectionism
Recently, we were joined by Mollie West Duffy and Liz Fosslien, authors of a new book, Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay. We enjoyed the conversation so much, and had so much more to talk about from the book, that we decided to invite Liz and Mollie back for every show this week to take on one big feeling a day, and take your calls as part of our ongoing series, "Taking Care Of You in 2022" and for Mental Health Awareness month. Today, Liz will join us to discuss the dangers of perfectionism. *This segment is guest-hosted by David Furst.
18 minutes | May 16, 2022
A New Documentary About A 21-Year-Old Millionaire's Announcement to Give Away His Fortune In 1970
In 1970, 21-year-old millionaire Michael Brody Jr. announced that he would give away his 25-million-dollar fortune to anyone in need. A new documentary, "Dear Mr. Brody," traces Brody's story and the frenzied fallout from his announcement. We speak to the film's director, Keith Maitland. *This segment is guest-hosted by David Furst.
20 minutes | May 16, 2022
Devo Play Their Hits at Pier 17
New Wave band DEVO will be performing their hits at Pier 17 on May 18. Founding members Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald Casale join us with a preview.
11 minutes | May 13, 2022
A Woody Guthrie Exhibit at the Morgan Library
Woody Guthrie: People Are the Song, up now at the Morgan Library & Museum through May 22, details the life of the great American songwriter through Guthrie's own letters, journal entries, artwork, and more. Curator Philip Palmer joins us to discuss the exhibit.
18 minutes | May 13, 2022
'18 New York City Hacks to Make Your Life Easier'
In April, TimeOut editors released "18 New York Hacks to Make Your Life Easier" from apps that tell you where clean bathrooms are or where to stand for the subway. We'll review the list with TimeOut New York editor Shaye Weaver and take listeners calls about their own personal hacks.
31 minutes | May 13, 2022
The History of Zabar's and the Family Who Owns It
Zabar's has been a New York staple since it opened on 80th and Broadway in 1934. A new book, written by the late Lori Zabar, tells the history of how this family business was opened by Jewish immigrants fleeing Russian pograms, and has been able to maintain its quality and relevancy over nearly a century. Zabar's family members Marguerite Mariscal, daughter of Lori Zabar, and Dr.Sandy Zabar, daughter of Stanley Zabar, join us to discuss the book, Zabar's: A Family Story, with Recipes. Plus, we take calls from listeners about their favorite Zabar's memories, and products.
14 minutes | May 13, 2022
Dan Auerbach on His Production Career
[REBROADCAST FROM MARCH 9, 2021] Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys has won eight Grammys, including Producer of the Year in 2013. In 2019, he was nominated in the same category, and at the 63rd annual awards ceremony he was nominated for the award a third time. He joins us to discuss his career and the production credits that earned him the nomination.
26 minutes | May 13, 2022
A New Album from The Black Keys
The Black Keys are back with a new album, Dropout Boogie, their 11th studio album. The release comes one year after their last record, Delta Kream, and around the 20th anniversary of the release of their debut album, The Big Come Up. Drummer Pat Carney joins us for a release day Listening Party.
16 minutes | May 12, 2022
Marc Rebillet on Going Viral and a New Album
Musician Marc Rebillet, aka Loop Daddy, has been delighting internet users since he began livestreaming improvised songs in 2016. Rebillet joins us to talk about the story behind his cathartic, often absurd, and frequently motivational loops, and his work on a new album.
13 minutes | May 12, 2022
Eunbi Kim, The Greene Space's Artist-In-Residence for Spring 2022
Pianist Eunbi Kim is an artist-in-residence at The Greene Space for Spring 2022. Starting on May 16, Kim will be performing a string of shows inspired by her upcoming album, It Feels Like. The performances will focus on subjects like motherhood, home, the creative process, and chaos. Kim joins us to discuss her residency and what to expect from her performances.
30 minutes | May 12, 2022
Taking Care of You in 2022: How to Be Satisfied with a 'Good Enough' Life
According to the book, The Good-Enough Life, we live in a society obsessed with greatness, and learning to accept our limitations might be the key to a happy life. We speak to the book's author Avram Alpert about how to learn to be ok with "good enough", and take your calls.
22 minutes | May 12, 2022
How to Reimagine Chronic Illness
Navigating the nebulous world of chronic illness can be frustrating for patients, especially when their illness is not outwardly visible. Roughly six out of ten Americans suffer from at least one chronic illness, and many of these illnesses are poorly understood, and difficult to diagnose and treat. And now, with the emergence of "long-COVID," more people are grappling with what it might mean to live with chronic illness. A new book by Meghan O'Rourke, The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness, investigates the history of Western notions of "health" versus "illness," what it means to be "ill," and how we might reimagine these definitions to create a world where navigating the uncertainty of chronic illness is less frightening. O'Rourke joins us to discuss.
20 minutes | May 12, 2022
The 25th Anniversary of 'The Moth'
It's the 25th anniversary of the storytelling podcast and public radio show, The Moth! Over those past 25 years, the production team have become experts on the best ways to tell a story, and how to recognize a great story when you hear one. As a result, they wrote a book about it! Catherine Burns, artistic director of The Moth and Sarah Austin Jenness, the show's executive producer, join us to discuss the book, How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling from The Moth, and take calls from listeners.
24 minutes | May 11, 2022
'Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents' at the Met
A new sweeping exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases the work of painter Winslow Homer, with a particular focus on his depictions of conflict from the mid 19th to early 20th century. Curators Stephanie Herdrich and Sylvia Yount join us to discuss the exhibit, Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents, which is up at the Met through July 31.
17 minutes | May 11, 2022
2022 Debuts: 'Friend of the Devil' by Stephen Lloyd
A debut novel tells the story of an elite boarding school that may or may not be plagued by disturbing supernatural elements. Author Stephen Lloyd, best known for being a producer of shows like, "Modern Family" and "How I Met Your Mother," joins us to discuss his first novel, Friend of the Devil, as part of our series, "2022 Debuts."
14 minutes | May 11, 2022
Previewing the African Film Festival
The 29th annual New York African Film Festival returns in person to Film at Lincoln Center, featuring films from Kenya, to Haiti, to Brooklyn. We speak to festival curator Mahen Bonetti to get a preview. The festival runs from May 12 to June 2.
24 minutes | May 11, 2022
Listening Party: Leyla McCalla's 'Breaking The Thermometer'
On her new solo album, Breaking The Thermometer, former Carolina Chocolate Drops and Our Native Daughters bandmember Leyla McCalla explores the history of Radio Haiti, the country's first independent radio station and one of few to broadcast in Haitian Creole. Along with original acoustic compositions and traditional Haitian songs, McCalla includes personal interviews and radio broadcasts to tell the station's story. McCalla joins us for a Listening Party.
8 minutes | May 11, 2022
'Selling Kabul' is a Finalist for a Pulitzer
[REBROADCAST FROM December 14, 2021] In light of the recent news that the off-Broadway play, "Selling Kabul," was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize this year for Drama, we revisit our conversation with playwright Sylvia Khoury and actor Marjan Neshat where we discussed working on the show, U.S. immigration policy and the legacy of our longest war.
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