Arts and Culture

Living with David Diamond

Noal Cohen is a musician, jazz historian, and record collector living in Montclair, New Jersey. A retired chemist, he co-authored "Rat Race Blues: The Musical Life of Gigi Gryce" with Michael Fitzgerald.  He is David Diamond's nephew and offers a unique perspective on what it was like living with the acclaimed American composer.  I'm so pleased that he agreed to this exclusive online interview.  ~ Brenda Tremblay

Apollo Wives

Wed, 07/15/2015 - 10:00pm

The names of the Apollo astronauts are well-known, their actions and achievements are well-documented, but what of the women they spent their lives with - the wives forced to stand in the shadow of the moon?

POV: Web Junkie

Mon, 07/13/2015 - 10:00pm

Follow the treatment of three Chinese teenagers, obsessive gamers who prefer the virtual world to the real one.

Great Performances: Driving Miss Daisy

Fri, 07/17/2015 - 9:00pm

Alfred Uhry’s classic play is a timeless, searing, funny, and ultimately hopeful meditation on race relations in America, told through the complex relationship between two of popular culture’s most enduring characters.

"Gay Pioneers" and "Shoulders to Stand On" Screening

Mon, 07/20/2015 - 7:00pm

Join the Gay Alliance for a free screening of two films about the history of the LGBTQ community.


State of the Re:Union SERIES FINALE

Sun, 07/26/2015 - 9:00pm

In the last episode of State of the Re:Union, the team brings you a collection of our favorite stories from the road.

State of the Re:Union "Travelogue: Volume 1"

Sun, 07/19/2015 - 9:00pm

The State of the Re:Union team brings listeners a collection of stories from the road.

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson

Sun, 07/12/2015 - 9:00pm

Host Al Letson travels the country to tell the stories of people coming together. Tune in for the final three episodes.

Brunch-time MARATHON

Sat, 07/18/2015 - 6:00am

Why settle for just breakfast or lunch when you can combine the two?

Rethinking College

Thu, 07/23/2015 - 8:30pm

Rethinking College, a 25-minute film produced by Think College, explores the growing movement to include students with intellectual disabilities in higher education.

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