This American Life

By Frannie Ucciferri, Common Sense Media What if something out there had your kid begging you to turn off the TV or tablet
Creators Brian Reed and Julie Snyder talk at length about your next podcast addiction.
Over the past handful of years, writing has been making a quiet comeback at the house. It started out modestly enough -- a
"It's easier to get people to listen to a podcast right now, I think, than it is to get people to listen to a new show on the radio, for sure."
Ira Glass reveals that "Serial," took only four weeks to truly cultivate an audience, whereas "This American Life" took about four years to do so.
Their new film, "Don't Think Twice," is out this summer.
Ira Glass and Mike Birbiglia discuss their new comedy, "Don't Think Twice."
Haruki Murakami's books are a blend of modern culture, and fantasy. Arguably, Murakami is Japan's most famous author, his
Narrated by Toni Morrison   The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls Jeannette Walls grew up with parents whose stubborn nonconformity
We spoke with Glass last week at the Digitas NewFronts where he pitched the marketing value of podcasts to a room of brand
To power through tedious lab days, cue podcasts -- the minimalist way to stay informed and entertained.
Opposing the CIA's illegal war in Nicaragua was a mainstream, popular position at the time. It's only in the pro-war, pro-Empire bubble of big US media that having opposed the illegal CIA war on Nicaragua could be portrayed as an electoral liability without any evidence.
As we study a wave of carefully-honed analyses of integration's potential to improve schools and our entire lives, we should pay special attention to the beginning of "The Problem We All Live With Part Two."
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