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NPR's Michele Norris encourages 'seeking of different perspectives' in keynote address

For Michele Norris, finding her niche in the journalism world was not a journey with a straight path, but rather one she fondly recalls “taking many left turns.” 569 more words

Flash Fiction by Timothy Gager

The Prominent Father

When I moved back from the Rain Forrest, it had been two years since I spoke to my father. He saw I was back on-line, the picture of me, standing in front of the Museum of Fine Art, with a former boyfriend he couldn’t stand because he was much grittier than me. 1,126 more words

Authors And Artists

HERSHEY'S "Perfectly Chocolate" Chocolate Cake

Last week I heard a story on National Public Radio (NPR) about cocoa (the main ingredient in chocolate) and its impact on Ecuador and the world. 231 more words


Lee Zlotoff talks 'The Next MacGyver'

As part of the launch for ‘The Next MacGyver’ project, for which he is one of the key figures,  Lee Zlotoff talked to National Public Radio’s Michaeleen Doucleff about why he thinks this new project is important. 12 more words

Lee Zlotoff

Radiolab Program About Carlisle on NPR

I was interviewed at length some weeks ago by NPR’s Radiohead for a future broadcast about Carlisle Indian School football. While listening to Sally Jenkins’s interview during the program, I was saddened by the lack of nuance in her description of the 1896 Carlisle-Yale game. 461 more words

Carlisle Indian School

On Beautiful People

So NPR was reviewing this novel, today, and it got me all riled up. NPR claims this about Amanda Filipacchi’s The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty: 1,167 more words

Betty White

Institutional Cognitive Dissonance Would Have Made the Star-Nosed Mole See Hell

This week’s painting punishes National Public Radio for its collusion with the natural gas industry during the latter’s propaganda campaign to bring hydrofracking to New York. 121 more words