On this program, guest host Jane Curtin presents four stories involving art and artists. Love is the enemy of art in Stacey Richter’s “The Minimalist,” read by Parker Posey; a lonely boy and an aging painter are friends in William Boyd’s “Varengeville,” read by Dan Stevens; and Dolan Morgan and Helen Phillips offer two surreal stories about home life and parenting, inspired by a mural artist Ed Ruscha’s created for New York City's High Line. The readers are Rita Wolf and Heather Burns.
Dow Jones reporter Kristiano Ang and David Lyle, President of PactUS, join MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Maria LaMagna to talk the current shake up the reality TV industry is seeing and whether or not it's the end of the genre as we know it.
Adam Davidson of NPR's Planet Money and the New York Times Magazine explains what's on tap for the second season of Slate's Working podcast. Know someone we should interview for the show? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to our archives and learn...
Justin Lahart joins Miriam Gottfried and Alex Frangos to talk about how President Trump's new immigration rules could impact food prices. Then, Dan Gallagher comes on the show to discuss Intel's deal for Mobileye and what might be the next takeover target in the race to build self-driving cars.