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January 01, 1990 - November 17, 2012 + Politics of Culture

New Orleans listen

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Fat Tuesday is here, but Mardi Gras has been slim and like many others, the artists of New Orleans still haven't fully recovered. Join Harry...

Studs Terkel and the Adventures of an Eclectic Disc Jockey listen

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Studs Terkel may be known as one of the world;s greatest interviewers, but he spent years as a disc jockey to hone those skills. Join...

American Vertigo listen

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The French intellectual, Bernard-Henri L--vy discovers America in his new book American Vertigo: Traveling in the Footsteps of Tocqueville--and not everyone is happy about it....

StoryCorps Drive Special listen

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The Getty Villa listen

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The Getty Villa in Malibu is finally going to open again after years of remodeling and architectural redesign. KCRW General Manager Ruth Seymour and art...

StoryCorps listen

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StoryCorps has set out across America to collect the stories of everyday people and preserve them as a part of America's cultural history at the...

Wilshire Boulevard listen

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Los Angeles has been called a city of suburbs, but its history can be read along its great boulevards. Join KCRW's "urban man," Marc Porter...

Simon Rutberg of Hatikvah Music listen

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A half-century tradition on Fairfax avenue, Hatikvah Music is scheduled to shut its doors in January. KCRW General Manager Ruth Seymour joins Simon Rutberg, Hatikvah's...

Simon Rutberg of Hatikvah Music listen

www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/pc/pc051226simon_rutberg_of_hat
A half-century tradition on Fairfax avenue, Hatikvah Music is scheduled to shut its doors in January. KCRW General Manager Ruth Seymour joins Simon Rutberg, Hatikvah's...

Matisse the Master : A Life of Henri Matisse: The Conquest of Colour: 1909-1954 listen

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Biographer Hilary Spurling, author of Matisse: The Master, talks to Edward Goldman about the great artist and focuses in on his Russian connection.

Riots Blaze across France listen

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Paris -- and other parts of France -- have been burning. Is it a legacy of the colonial era, a religious rebellion, or riots that...

Policing the Antiquities Market listen

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Who owns antiquities? Here in Los Angeles, the Getty Museum faces demands from Italy and Greece. In New York, the Metropolitan Museum is being...

Michael Goldfarb on Ahmad's War, Ahmad's Peace listen

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He survived Saddam's torture but not Saddam's capture. Long-time public radio producer Michael Goldfarb recounts the dramatic life of his Iraqi interpreter in his new...

Simon Winchester on 'A Crack at the Edge of the World' listen

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Simon Winchester reminds us that we live on a planet whose plates continuously collide, in a precariously perched coastline state. Sara Terry speaks with...

Tony Blankley on The West's Last Chance listen

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In his new book, The West's Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations?, conservative Tony Blankley paints the picture of a world under...