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January 01, 1990 - April 24, 2013 + Politics of Culture

Bruce Feiler listen

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With the Middle East in the daily news, and Passover and Easter just around the corner, it seems just the right time to hear about...

LA Collects Cuban Art at SMC listen

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Cuba continues to fascinate -- and Santa Monica College is celebrating the culture of Cuba with a two-month long festival. Join KCRW general manager...

Iran listen

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It stands accused as a member of the Axis of Evil, but how much do we really know about Iran, its mythic past and...

Norm Pattiz listen

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Westwood One founder NORM PATTIZ talks with KCRW General Manager RUTH SEYMOUR about his new government-sponsored radio network, debuting next month, which will present American...

Paul Holdengraber and Sammy Hoi listen

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Design permeates our lives. Hear a deeply engaging conversation about visual culture and design, as PAUL HOLDENGRABER, head of LACMA's Institute of Arts and Culture,...

Miles Copeland listen

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Miles Copeland wants to counteract the backlash that Middle Eastern music has suffered in the aftermath of 9/11. Join Ruth Seymour in discussion with...

Three Websites on The Middle East listen

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This week The Politics of Culture discusses three websites that deal in issues concerning the conflict in the Middle East: the DEBKA file (DEBKA.com), the...

Jac Holzman listen

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In his book, "Follow the Music," Elektra Records founder Jac Holzman speaks from the heart about the days when the independent music industry had a...

Neil Baldwin listen

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Neil Baldwin has written a devastating investigation into Henry Ford's obsessive and pro-active anti-semitism. Join Jonathan Kirsch for a conversation about Baldwin's new book: "Henry...

Poetry Speaks listen

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The voices of poets, from Tennyson in the 19th century to Sylvia Plath in the 20th, are heard in a new collection called POETRY SPEAKS....

LACMA's Redesign listen

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The LA County Museum of Art has made its decision -- out with the old and in with the new. The choice of architect Rem...

John Steppling listen

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Louis Fantasia speaks with playwright John Steppling about his LA writing life, his new life abroad, and his newest play, Dogmouth. It opens January 12...

Teddy Roosevelt listen

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Considered one of the most interesting men to serve as President of the United States, Teddy Roosevelt still fascinates us today. Join Will Lewis in...

Libraries listen

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Libraries house more than books, as demonstrated by a multitude of special collections libraries in LA. Discover "The World From Here: Treasures From the Great...

Jonathan Kirsch listen

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In "The Woman who Laughed at God," Jonathan Kirsch explores and explodes some myths about Chanukah and Judaism. Join Will Lewis in conversation with Jonathan...