An encore airing of WAMC’s Alan Chartock In Conversation with Daniel Ellsberg, Activist, Lecturer, Author, and Former U.S. Military Analyst who is best known for releasing the Pentagon Papers in 1971.[Continue reading...] about Former U.S. Military Analyst Daniel Ellsberg
Is there room for stop-motion animation in a world of computer-generated art? How is stop-motion animation staying relevant these days? We talk to the founder of Emmy-winning stop-motion studio Bix Pix Entertainment on this episode of RetConned.[Continue reading...] about Creating Stop Motion Animation
Bestselling author Anne Lamott’s work looks to help guide us through the confusion of the world, the complexities of our own hearts, and the complications of understanding relationships with others – children, partners, friends, neighbors, the stranger at the clothing store. Her latest is: Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy.[Continue reading...] about #1500 – Anne Lamott
On this episode, Dave Hopper speaks with cooking instructor and food writer Deanna Fox about tips and tricks on what to do with all those leftover Easter eggs![Continue reading...] about 042 Deanna Fox | Easter Eggs
On this week’s show they talk about the United Airlines viral video and whether the United passenger’s ‘troubled past’ was newsworthy, Bill O’Reilly’s on vacation, but will he return to Fox after sexual harassment claims/settlements get him in hot water, the Pulitzer Prize awards and how they show that layoffs haven’t sapped the heart of […][Continue reading...] about #1350: Was A United Passenger’s Past Newsworthy?
On this week’s Gazette: The $153 billion New York State budget passed this week and good government groups are weighing in, we’ll take you to Buffalo where Governor Andrew Cuomo touted the state budget and more investment in Western New York, and our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on why ethics reform did not […][Continue reading...] about #1715: Good Government Groups Weigh In On NYS Budget