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  1. Ronald Clark and Jamilah Clark – StoryCorps

    Ronald Clark tells his daughter, Jamilah, about living inside a branch of the New York Public Library during the 1940s.


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  2. Show 608: Fantasy Songs, Slowdive & Opinions on Public Enemy

    reviewPublic Enemy Nothing is Quick in the Desert

    Earlier this month, Hip-hop stalwarts Public Enemy released their 14th album, Nothing is Quick in the Desert. The release was available as a free download for only a limited time; but can still be listened to on YouTube.

    Greg notes that the group has been around for thirty years, providing important, socially conscious rhymes on albums like 1988’s It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. This album attempts to continue that tradition.

    Jim can do without Flavor Flav, but Greg disagrees saying that the emcee adds“comic relief”and“flavor”to what can be an otherwise“heavy”group. However, Jim adds that Chuck D provides insightful, politically charged lyrics.

    Jim says that though half of the album is "as good as anything Public Enemy has given us", he can only give the record a Try It.

    If you are looking for the old Public Enemy, according to Greg your best bet is to seek out“old Public Enemy”music. But, the group is still an arena-rap draw, he says; and the material on the album will play better on the stage. In that context, Greg gives the album a Try It, as well.

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  3. Neil deGrasse Tyson on the Absence of Curiosity, Sounding Black, and Why Astrophysics Is His Calling (Ep. 3)

    Larry answers tweets and catches up on some of Trump’s latest antics, from giving the Pope a set of books by Martin Luther King Jr. to the Melania hand-holding gaf (0:30). Then Larry is joined by renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss the concept of "sounding black" (18:00), why astrophysics is his calling (24:00) and the science of cute toys (48:00).

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  4. Chamber Soul-Pop by yMusic and Emily King, In-Studio | Soundcheck | New Sounds

    Prolific chamber sextet yMusic and pop-soul songwriter Emily King, present a one-of-a-kind collaboration that might meld orchestral instruments with contemporary R&B, in-studio.

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  5. Williams Gibson: On Technophobia and the Power of Film | Literary Hub

    In part one of Paul Holdengraber’s phone call with William Gibson, topics included dystopias, the universal screenwriter, and the disruption of the telephone.

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  6. Legendary Runs Episode Eight: Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen and Larry Mahlstedt’s Legion of Super-Heroes | Comic Book Blog | Talking Comics

    In this episode our hosts dive into the deep waters of The Legion of Super Heroes! Neither Matt nor Mara have much experience with the characters, but don’t confuse our hesitation with disapproval. Levitz, Giffen and Mahlstedt demonstrate how a team book can still be well-rounded with captivating individuals. This episode covers Legion of Super-Heroes Volume 3 #281-289, Annual 1, #290-303, Annual 2, #304-313, Annual 3, Volume 4 #1-5

    Make sure to check with use next episode when we tackle what might be the most significant comic book run of all time: Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s The Amazing Spider-Man. The episode will be released May 5 with the companion article going up May 1!

    Check out our companion article here!

    You can listen to our episode here!

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    Reach out to us:

    Twitter- @legendarypod, @johnnymattwood, @megamaramon


    Sunday (5-1-16) – Companion Article: Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s Amazing Spider-Man (Amazing Fantasy #15, Amazing Spider-Man #1-38, Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1 and 2, Fantastic Four Annual 1)

    Friday (5-5-16)-Podcast: Steve Ditko and Stan Lee’s Amazing Spider-Man

    Sunday(5-15-16)- Companion Article: Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark’s Gotham Central (Gotham Central #1-40)

    Friday (5-19-16)- Podcast: Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark’s Gotham Central

    Sunday (5-29-16)- Companion Article: Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo’s Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four vol 3. #60-70, vol.1 500-524)

    Friday (6-2-16)- Podcast: Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo’s Fantastic Four

    Sunday (6-12-16)- Companion Article: Dwayne McDuffie’s Icon (Icon #1-8, 13, 19-22, 24-27, 30)

    Friday (6-16-16)- Podcast: Dwayne McDuffie’s Icon

    Sunday (6-26-16)- Companion Article: Grant Morrison’s Animal Man( Animal Man #1-26)

    Friday (6-30-16)- Podcast: Grant Morrison’s Animal Man with special guest Bobby Shortle

    Sunday (7-10-16)- Companion Article: Terry Moore’s Echo (Echo 1-30)

    Friday (7-14-16)- Podcast: Terry Moore’s Echo

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  7. Trixie Whitley’s Hypnotic Return | Soundcheck | New Sounds

    The powerful vocalist and songwriter returns to the Soundcheck studio to play songs from ‘Porta Bohemica.’

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  8. William Gibson: On Phones, Fiction, and the End of the World | Literary Hub

    In this episode of a A Phone Call From Paul, Paul Holdengraber talks to William Gibson about the end of the world, writing fiction, and how crazy it is that

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  9. Hello World Podcast: Episode 55 - Rick Strahl

    Hello World Podcast: Episode 55 - Rick Strahl

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  10. The One with Wil Wheaton « Mission Log Podcast


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