In Conversation with Aminatta Forna
Set in New York City against the backdrop of modern American politics, The Golden House is a modern epic of love and terrorism, loss and reinvention.
Join The Atlantic’s Radio Atlantic podcast for a live taping and conversation on one of the biggest foreign policy challenges of our time: Russia. Nearly a year after Trump’s election, how have U.S. relations with Russia changed and how has Russia already affected our politics and policies?
The songs on Langhorne Slim’s newly released album, Lost At Last Vol. 1, challenge the idea of social rigidity: the attitude that there’s a “correct” way for us to live and a side we should be on. He re-interprets the sound of the free-spirited yet vulnerable everyman heard on 2015’s The Spirit Moves and brings forth anew the call for us to abandon “the fold” and reconnect with ourselves and each other.
The artist’s raw emotional honesty is threaded through exciting songs about dragons, gods and wilderness on his last album. With a new album as gently boundary-pushing and moving as Afterglow, Ásgeir creates music that is cathartic for his countless fans, as well as for himself.
The Los-Angeles-based comedian, actor, writer and producer is the executive producer and co-creator of the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls, which is currently in its sixth season. She also wrote, produced and starred in Whitney, which aired on NBC from 2011 to 2013. Cummings directed her first feature film The Female Brain, which will be released in 2017.
In Conversation with Ari Shapiro
Known for his inventive savory and vegetarian dishes, as well as his London delis and fine-dining restaurant, NOPI, Ottolenghi is sharing his secrets for making the very best baked goods, desserts, and confections in Sweet, written with Helen Goh.
Called “the perfect combination of silly, intelligent, cynical and charming” by Entertainment Weekly and “well worth dialing up” by the New York Times, “Throwing Shade Live” is the boundary-pushing political comedy podcast and TV show hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who bring their fresh takes on pop culture, women’s rights, and LGBT rights live to the stage for an evening of hilarity and vulgarity.
with Magic Giant and Half the Animal
Produced by Atlas Genius and Frederik Thaae, Inanimate Objects is the follow-up to the band’s 2013 full-length debut, When It Was Now.
In Conversation with Rabbi Shira Stutman
In The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity, the renowned sex therapist challenges assumptions, upends conventional wisdom, and offers a nuanced look at affairs from multiple viewpoints.