Co-host of NPR's Invisibilia; co-founder of Slate's Double X blog and author of The End of Men (and the Rise of Women); former national correspondent at The Atlantic
When you take on the trappings of something – just step into a role – can it change you more deeply, from the Outside In?
Jul. 30, 2016from Invisibilia
Usually when someone is hostile to us, we are hostile right back. The psychological term is "complementarity."
Jul. 16, 2016from Invisibilia
Are you rich? Well married? Successful? You may think the answer has to do with your objective situation.
Jul. 9, 2016from Invisibilia
Edward Goldman talks about the happy 40 th anniversary of the Museum of Contemporary Art, which has become free for all.
May. 21from Art Talk
I’m Joe Morgenstern. I’ll be back on KCRW next week with more reviews.
May. 10from Film Reviews
While ratings for broadcast television continue to plummet, the annual ritual known as the upfronts soldiers on in New York.
May. 17from Hollywood Breakdown
In a bold statement, a leading dean of journalism argues that in abandoning Julian Assange, the mainstream media have abandoned the First Amendment.
May. 17from Scheer Intelligence
Synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani used an esoteric instrument to design some of the most well-known commercial sounds of the 20th century.
May. 9from Lost Notes
While ordering genetic tests directly from a company seeks to empower patients and puts them in control of their own health data, the test results that are returned are often confusing…
May. 12from Second Opinion
The “world’s best green journalist” says it may be too late to save the planet, but that doesn’t seem to keep tech barons and the rest of the uber-rich up at night.
May. 10from Scheer Intelligence
We look at record-breaking CO2 levels and unusually warm temperatures in the Arctic. Also, eating less meat and cheese can help lower harmful emissions.
May. 15from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
English actor Ian McShane talks American history and filmmaking in "Bolden".
May. 10from The Treatment