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Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
Radio Happy Hour is a monthly radio comedy with guest stars and a murder mystery every time. Past guests have included The Hold Steady, Norah Jones, Andrew WK, Jolie Holland, Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, Michael Showalter, Chuck Klosterman, and Kumail Nanjiani
 
We Are Photographers from CreativeLive brings you true stories from behind the lens and behind the lives of your favorite photographers, filmmakers and creative industry game changers. From their struggles to their wins, host Kenna Klosterman gets you the real human stories about why they do what they do. At CreativeLive we believe there's a creator (and a photographer) in all of us, and yes, that means you! If you’re ready to join us in the hustle, listen, get inspired and discover why in t ...
 
NYC Comedians Erica Spera and Julian G are here to bring some hype into your life. This high energy tag team brings on a fellow comedian every week to answer some Chuck Klosterman Hypertheticals and their own ridiculous hypotheticals. 3 Comedians, 20 Minutes of Fire. @20firemin - 20firemin@gmail.com
 
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"BETA" features playful and provocative profiles of the people and works changing our world through arts, pop culture and technology. The program is hosted by Doug Gordon and airs Saturdays at 9 a.m. on the NPR News & Classical Network and 11 a.m. on The Ideas Network.
 
Well Disguised aspires to be a thinking person's podcast about rock music, specifically the rock considered lowbrow by those who are "better." It's for those who believe Jimmy Page is the true King of Rock and Roll and who laughed when David Lee Roth said "rock critics like Elvis Costello because rock critics look like Elvis Costello." If you have grown up, but don't have loud guitar out of your system, then you are of our kind.
 
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This week we have an extra special episode with featured guest, Chuck Klosterman, New York Times bestselling author of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs; I Wear the Black Hat; But What If We’re Wrong?; and most recently, The Nineties, which was released to widespread acclaim earlier this year. In the book, Klosterman examines all things 1990s including t…
 
Sam Anderson is a writer for New York Times Magazine and the author of Boom Town. “I love being in that place where everything is just coming in, and everything is potentially important, and I’m underlining every great sentence that John McPhee has ever written and then I’m typing it up into this embarrassingly long set of reading notes, documents,…
 
A leading expert in foreign policy, Walter Russell Mead believes his lack of a PhD—and interest in actually going places—has helped him avoid academic silos and institutional groupthink that’s rendered the field ineffective for decades. Mead’s latest book, which explores the American-Israeli relationship, is characteristically wide-ranging and mult…
 
Bonnie Raitt is a legend. Now in her 70's she's still touring, still shredding and still writing songs. She's been recording music for over 50 years and she's won ten Grammys. Bonnie's also been in the rock and roll hall of fame for over two decades. Earlier this year she released Just Like That. Her eighteenth full length studio album. Our corresp…
 
Left of & behind house 4468. Past garage. Unit has red door. Cocktail Limelight: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRziiIEtYylmEWN2mcOE6RR_a9RbX-guk _____________________________________ Join us every Monday as acclaimed bartender, Erick Castro, interviews some of the bar industry's top talents from around the world, including bartenders, distille…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello chat about those pop culture moments we can't seem to let go of; writer Erika L. Sanchez unpacks her memoir-in-essays, Crying in the Bathroom, and how Lisa Simpson taught her about feminism; podcaster Sam Sanders (Into It, Vibe Check) argues that pop culture gives us the script for how to be in the w…
 
Michael R. Jackson is the creator of A Strange Loop. The groundbreaking show won the honor for Best Musical and Best Book of a Musical at the most recent Tony Awards. Recently our correspondent Julie Klausner caught the show on Broadway, and she fell in love right away. Klausner and Jackson talked about writing the musical, showing it to his family…
 
Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa are reporters for The Washington Post and co-authors of the new book His Name Is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice. “Looking at George Floyd's family history, looking at the poverty that he grew up in, looking at the schools that he attended, which were segregated, looking at the o…
 
Billy Eichner was already a working comedian when he rose to fame as the host of Billy on the Street - a bonkers game show where he runs up and down the streets of Manhattan shouting questions at strangers. Now, he's written and starred in his first movie. Bros is a romantic comedy, produced by Judd Apatow, about a same-sex relationship. Bros featu…
 
For this week’s episode, we decided to shine the spotlight on Cachaça, the beautiful and poorly misunderstood native spirit of Brazil. To lead us through this education, we are joined by the director of marketing for Novo Fogo, Luke McKinley. So tune in as we discuss the production, history and present of this incredible cane spirit. Cocktail Limel…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share our listeners' go-to karaoke songs; Mötley Crüe co-founder and bassist Nikki Sixx describes how his love of storytelling propelled him from a small town kid to a heavy metal icon; Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Todd Haynes (Far from Heaven, Carol) unpacks his first documentary feature The Ve…
 
Chris Estrada is a stand-up comedian and co-creator of the new TV comedy, This Fool. Estrada also stars as the show's main character: Julio. Julio lives in South Central Los Angeles, where Chris grew up, but the show isn't autobiographical. Julio works at a local nonprofit that helps former gang members adjust to life on the outside. The show follo…
 
Pablo Torre is a sports journalist and the host of the ESPN Daily podcast. “I have an open borders policy as a podcast. All are welcome, but I’m specifically appealing to people who want a little bit more of that magazine curation. What if I gave you one thing today, and that thing was the thing you needed, and what if that thing is deliberately di…
 
When looking at the U.S. labor market, Byron Auguste sees too many job seekers screened out based on shallow signals like a bachelor’s degree, and too few ‘screened in’ by directly demonstrating the skills needed for the job at hand. To close those opportunity gaps in the American workforce, Byron co-founded and runs Opportunity@Work, which played …
 
Bobby Moynihan first appeared on SNL in 2008, and starred on the show for nearly a decade. He did a few impressions, but his strength was portraying offbeat characters. When Bobby left SNL in 2017, he began to appear in a variety of projects; shows like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and movies like The Secret Life of Pets. In his free time in-between p…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello chat about childhood misperceptions; writer Isaac Fitzgerald grapples with identity, forgiveness, and a new vision of masculinity in his searing memoir Dirtbag, Massachusetts; stand-up comedian Carmen Lagala explains how her love of the WNBA broke up a teenage relationship; and singer-songwriter No-N…
 
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