Paula Poundstone

This week I talked with comedian Paula Poundstone about her new NPR podcast, new book, current tour and more. Poundstone
Right now, policies vary about smartphone usage state by state, school by school, teacher by teacher. Consistent, digital communications policies in classrooms are needed that benefit the children.
From best-selling books to consistently being on the road entertaining crowds with her hilarious stand up, Paula Poundstone continues to be a leading and legendary force in the comedy world.
Since Paula is a regular panelist on the hit NPR news quiz show, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, I talked to her about our LGBT issues, including the U.S. Supreme Court gay marriage decisions, Russia's anti-gay laws and how this may impact the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, and more.
I talked with Adam Weinstock, president of Creative Concept Productions. Adam has produced shows on and off Broadway since the 1996 revival of Mart Crowley's The Boys in the Band.
Truth is being brutalized by the very people who are supposed to be protecting them: politicians, their surrogates and their campaigns.
About a month ago, Susan Orlean cracked us up when she tweeted the following: "This morning, apropos of nothing, my 7 yo
In an effort to get the word out about their latest fundraising drive, Chicago public radio station WBEZ has turned to the
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I think they were under the mistaken impression that I was a Hollywood player. I've never been on a board before. I have no organizational experience. And everything I know about the law, I learned from the OJ trial.
Later, comedienne Chelsea Handler honored the second Bill of Rights winner, MTV's Executive Vice-President of Music & Talent
Make sure to donate $20, or just head to your local goodwill, and find yourself one of those canvas totes. Then you can carry around your new-found sense of superiority with you at all times.
Paula: I am a single, white, uneducated woman who voted wrong statistically and, according to the pie chart, should not have been bright enough to have used the pokey thing in the voting booth.