On their third album Fish Pond Fish, the acclaimed folk quartet uses nature as a looking glass for the here and now, taking us into gardens, orchard rows, down to the ocean floor, and under stars.
The unlikely partnership between acoustic guitar pioneer Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon continues with the long-awaited Noon, their first new album in 15 years and a singular collaboration from two of the most accomplished and idiosyncratic instrumentalists in American music.
Treasures of the Mexican Table
From the James Beard Award-winning Mexican chef and Emmy Award-nominated TV host Pati Jinich comes Treasures of the Mexican Table, a culmination of Jinich’s decades-long quest to discover the best of her home country’s culinary treasures. In this virtual cooking class, follow along at home as Jinich teaches you how to make two recipes from the book.
Netflix stars Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are bringing a minimalism talk and a live version of their popular podcast on the road for their first tour in three years: the Love People, Use Things Tour.
In Conversation with Barrie Hardymon
From the author of A Little Life comes To Paradise, a bold, brilliant novel spanning three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment, about lovers, family, loss and the elusive promise of utopia.
- Jan 17, 2022 • 8:00 am ET
Wajahat Ali and Spencer Ackerman on the War on Terror, Trumpism, and American Identity
Journalist Wajahat Ali draws upon his experiences as a Muslim in America to offer lessons and strategies to help cultivate a more compassionate America in Go Back to Where You Came From. In a conversation moderated by Jenn White, host of WAMU’s “1A”, Ali and Spencer Ackerman, author of Reign of Terror, will speak about how the 9/11 era continues to shape today’s political and societal landscapes, and how millennial activists are pushing back against a rising tide of xenophobia.
In Conversation with Derek Thompson
In The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Drive and To Sell is Human draws on research to reveal the transformative power of our most misunderstood emotion and shares how regret can help us make smarter decisions, perform better at work and school, and deepen our sense of meaning and purpose.
In Conversation with Jodi Rudoren
In It Could Happen Here, Greenblatt, the CEO of the ADL sounds an alarm, warning that antisemitism, racism, and other insidious forms of intolerance are gathering momentum in the U.S., and violence on an even larger, more catastrophic scale could be just around the corner if we don’t act now.
Here for the Boos Tour
In the Webby award-winning comedic true crime and paranormal podcast, hosts Em Schulz and Christine Schiefer dive into chilling ghost stories and the most provocative true crime cases. The world is a pretty scary place, and that’s why they drink (wine and milkshakes preferred).