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03/23/2017 Once again, a production of Lillian Hellman’s classic play The Little Foxes is about to begin previews on Broadway. WNYC's Sara Fishko profiles its forceful lead female character, Regina, in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in 2005) Lillian Hellman's The Little Foxes begins previews Wednesday, March 29 and opens Wednesday, April 19 Directed by Daniel Sullivan Starring Laura Linney, Cynthia Nixon, Darren Goldstein, Michael McKean, and Richard Thomas For more information, visit   WNYC Production Credits Executive Producer: Sara Fishko Assistant Producer: Olivia Briley Mix Engineer: Wayne Shulmister Managing Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann
03/23/2017Author Brian McClellan talks with us about his new entry point into the Powder Mage universe, Sins of Empire, why there's no wrong order to reading his books, and his attitude toward research.
03/23/2017 For a guy who had such an enormous impact on American popular music, you might say that Wilson Pickett has been hiding in plain sight. One of the central figures in the development of soul music in the 1960's, Pickett was a hugely successful singer and songwriter, all through the 1960's and early 1970's. He was also known as "Wicked Pickett," and the name could at times be well, –deserved. In other words, he is perfect for a biographer, and now, finally, he has one. Tony Fletcher has published In the Midnight Hour: The Life & Soul of Wilson Pickett, and he joins us once again on SC.  
03/23/2017It's Bonus Song Thursday! This week, Bill and Brian break down Tori Amos' cover of Slayer's "Raining Blood," and wonder whether or not it started the trend of rock songs getting turned into haunting ballads to accompany certain films. Along the way, Bill discusses a new podcasting trend happening in the month of March while Brian shares his first experiences with Tori Amos and other badass female artists via his very first girlfriend. All this and more on this week's Bonus Song Thursday episode of The Great Albums podcast!
03/23/2017 Put down the pitchfork and get ready for some Shop Talk with Mark Billy, and OKpants. The wide world of comics bookends today's episodes with some controversial opinions about the best Bruce Banner and a long look at the film Logan. From finding your tribe to talking about your work without doing any of it, the boys examine their formative years as creatives and what motivated them. Mark puts out a new ethics code on constructive criticism and when it should be given while Aaron argues it might just be a new facet to tolerate on the world wide wide web. This is the hangout you need with the friends you love to get you through the final push of the week. Antics ensue. Talking Points OKpants 2.0 as Pants Pantsly the divorced aunt from 2024 or as the Barb of AID. The mind shift at your forties to become the person you want to be.  Is the ship going down or are you looking for a way out? The only asset you need in life to do what you want.  Ben Affleck is the best Batman.  Forgiveness and directing.  The weakness of Wizard World in Cleveland.  Pent up perverts that need some cautionary signage.  Comic shop geeks and their hypothetical lives.  Growing up normal and the paradigm of coolness.  Community college, art school, and careers in the creative world.  Blue collar perspectives on white collar privilege on the approach to "work." The debate of art.  The importance of critiquing your work while you're working on it and not when you're finished with it.  Embodying the constructive spirit with your comments and not slipping into the ego centric musings about similarity.  Pitchfork campaigns from posts without proper context that cost people their jobs.  A new class emerges and unhealthy habits in children.  Understanding various cultural niches and doing the right thing.  Changing neighborhoods, racist self defense 101, and standing up to end a meeting.  Getting cc'ed on some bad thoughts.  Movie trailer swearing, AID language, and defining explicit. Wolverine or... and getting outnerded.  A review of Logan and Old Man Logan.  It takes Deadpool for Hollywood to finally make a dark superhero comic book film.  Keep it dark and bleak.  Storytelling with too many elements and the suits that ruin it by crowbarring in too many elements. 
03/23/2017 If you’re a regular listener, then today’s guest is going to be familiar to you. I’ve asked letterpress printer and calligrapher, Nariné Riley, from waaaay back in episode 29, to come back on the show. The last time she was on, I got so into talking about letterpress, that I didn’t ask her everything I wanted to know about calligraphy! She graciously accepted my invitation to come back on, and today we’re giving calligraphy the attention it deserves. From friends commenting on her pretty handwriting, to taking it to the next level by taking a calligraphy class, to how she sensed progress starting to happen, Nariné takes us on her continuing journey in calligraphy. She also explains the difference between traditional calligraphy and modern calligraphy, and tells us where the, super popular on Instagram, brush lettering fits in. She has the best hint as far as a tool for practicing your calligraphy, and she shares her online resources for materials, courses, and community. We talk about everything from developing your own style, to how to price your calligraphy services. There’s so much good stuff here! So, I hope you’ll join me in welcoming back to Her Process, Nariné Riley. And, here we go! Connect with Her Process and host, Jo Bozarth: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook:        See pics of Nariné's calligraphy, and find links to her social media on  
03/23/2017Boston Blackie is lured to a house by a young woman who tells him she’s going to be murdered. Blackie arrives to find another woman dead and Faraday arrives soon after. Original Air Date: April... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
03/23/2017 While everyone is on the pursuit for the freshest foods, others are finding their way with decay.  From the fermented cabbage and radishes in Korean restaurants, to the sourdough in your bakery and even the pickles at your local co-op or neighborhood joint. Fermentation is going on everywhere these days, and we love it, so why not try to figure out how it works, and why it makes food taste so good? On this weeks show, Rick and Steve talk fermentation.  What it means, how it’s achieved and more importantly, how chefs are using this technique to create bold, unique flavors that extend far beyond a jar of kimchi in your fridge.
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