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January 01, 1990 - December 13, 2012 + Politics of Culture

The Culture War listen

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Who won the culture war - and by the way, who decided that culture was a political issue anyway? We'll ask noted cultural critic Christopher...

Hollywood and Story

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In an age of recycled tv-sitcom movies, where is Hollywood getting its ideas? Why is the art of storytelling on the rise? And what happens...

Hollywood and Story listen

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In an age of recycled tv-sitcom movies, where is Hollywood getting its ideas? Why is the art of storytelling on the rise? And what happens...

Disney Hall listen

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The fundraising campaign for Disney Hall has highlighted a well-known fact about L.A. money and the arts: Hollywood and Downtown do not inspire each other....

Gianni Versace listen

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He brought "the street" to the runways, mingled celebrities and couture and changed the face of the fashion industry. Elvis Mitchell hosts an examination of...

Federal Support listen

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Once upon a time, Republican bluebloods were the life-blood of the arts. Twenty-five years later, as Congress debates N.E.A. funding yet again, Republicans are politically...

Dorothy Buffum Chandler

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Dorothy Buffum Chandler, wife and mother of successive LA Times' publishers, and the driving force behind the creation of the Los Angeles Times Music Center,...

Dorothy Buffum Chandler listen

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Dorothy Buffum Chandler, wife and mother of successive LA Times' publishers, and the driving force behind the creation of the Los Angeles Times Music Center,...

Robert Reich

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Matt Miller takes an inside look at the Clinton Cabinet with former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich, as they discuss his new book, "Locked in...

Robert Reich listen

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Matt Miller takes an inside look at the Clinton Cabinet with former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich, as they discuss his new book, "Locked in...

Capitol Steps: Politics Takes A Holiday

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Special Programming The Capitol Steps: Politics Takes A Holiday. A political roast for the 4th of July Holiday -- parody, prosody and more from the...

Karen Grigsby-Bates, No Mountain High Enough listen

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What's the secret to success if you're an African-American woman? Writer Karen Grigsby-Bates interviews Dorothy Ehrhart-Morrison, author of "No Mountain High Enough: Secrets of Successful...

Stephen Garrett and Marion True listen

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Art critic, Edward Goldman, talks with Stephen Garrett, architect and 1st director of the Getty Museum, and Marion True, chief curator of the antiquites collection,...

Karen Lehrman listen

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Mickey Kaus, editor of the New Republic magazine, interviews Karen Lehrman, journalist, social critic, and author of a controversial book that takes an interesting look...

David Sedaris listen

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From Santa's Elf on Morning Edition, to playwright, radio performer and author, David Sedaris displays many talents. He talks about his newest book, "Naked" -...