Host of @NPR's All Things Considered. Also, occasional guest-singer with @PinkMartiniBand.

‘Atlas Obscura’ Tour of Manhattan Finds Hidden Wonders in a Well-Trodden Place

ww2.kqed.org — Sometimes the world can feel a bit uniform: the same department stores in every shopping mall, the same fast food chains on every corner. The website Atlas Obscura will make you reconsider that sense of monotony. "The world is still this huge, bizarre, vast place filled with astounding stuff," says co-founder Dylan Thuras.

Taylor Mac Tells The U.S.'s Musical History With An Extra Dose Of Glitter : NPR

npr.org — Enlarge this image At noon on Oct. 8, 2016, the performance artist Taylor Mac will take the stage at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., with a full orchestra and backup singers - 24 musicians total. They'll begin singing American songs from the year 1776.

'Atlas Obscura' Tour Of Manhattan Finds Hidden Wonders In A Well-Trodden Place

npr.org — Sometimes the world can feel a bit uniform: the same department stores in every shopping mall, the same fast food chains on every corner. The website Atlas Obscura will make you reconsider that sense of monotony. "The world is still this huge, bizarre, vast place filled with astounding stuff," says co-founder Dylan Thuras.

Mission Of African-American Museum Writ Large In Its Very Design

wbur.org — The building rises - bronze and "brooding," in the words of architect David Adjaye - floating in a sea of white marble and limestone on the sprawling National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Mission Of African-American Museum Writ Large In Its Very Design

kpbs.org — The building rises - bronze and "brooding," in the words of architect David Adjaye - floating in a sea of white marble and limestone on the sprawling National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Mission Of African-American Museum Writ Large In Its Very Design

npr.org — The building rises - bronze and "brooding," in the words of architect David Adjaye - floating in a sea of white marble and limestone on the sprawling National Mall in Washington, D.C.

How An Architect Used Striking Design To Capture New Smithsonian's Meaning

npr.org — As the Smithsonian prepares to open its National Museum of African American History and Culture in a couple weeks, NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with the museum's architect, David Adjaye.

Aftermath Of Orlando Shooting Inspires Friend Of Victims To Forge New Path - 90.7 WMFE

wmfe.org — This week, Orlando Regional Medical Center released its last patient who was injured in the shooting at the gay nightclub Pulse in June. A gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. When NPR's Ari Shapiro was in Orlando reporting on the massacre, he met Eddie Meltzer.

Toronto Blue Jays: In Bautista We Trust?

jaysjournal.com — When Jose Bautista indignantly walked out to a throng of cameras and curious reporters gathered outside the team's spring training facility to begin the year and proudly proclaimed that he'd never consider a hometown discount ever again, the city nodded quietly and begrudgingly agreed with him.

For The Black Middle Class, Housing Crisis And History Collude To Dash Dreams

kpbs.org — Evelyn and Grattan Betancourt bought their "forever" home in 1986. It's two-stories tall, with a brick front and a wide lawn. Some evenings, deer come out of the woods and linger in their yard. "This was our first, and it'll be our only home," says Evelyn.
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Sep 25, 2016

Oh the spectacular, hilarious, surprising things @TaylorMacNYC did last night. I'll never see Tiny Tim the same way again. Or Ulysses. https://t.co/FBphIrqM6E

Sep 24, 2016

As lovely as these women are individually, their chemistry together on @npratc was even more delightful:  http://n.pr/2dgDGOF 

Sep 23, 2016

RT @npratc: .@arishapiro spoke to two stars of the new @Disney movie @QueenOfKatwe about acting, friendship & more. Listen here: https://t.…

Sep 23, 2016

There is so much fascinating stuff in this @VanityFair Obama conversation. About life, ambition, ranting in private:  http://bit.ly/2cLXoq8 

Sep 22, 2016

"Life doesn't come with inherent meaning...you have to find the meaning." Biased, but I love this @npratc convo b/t @RSiegel47 & Terry Gross


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