Jason Falkner puts a power pop spin on Joni Mitchell’s classic. This is the version from the "Follow Me" single, and is different from the version on the album, "Everyone Says It’s On." Note the "yeee-ahh" at the beginning and the slightly different arrangement.
Here & Now’s Robin Young speaks with musician, poet and activist Ani DiFranco about her new book "No Walls and the Recurring Dream: A Memoir."
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0:59 Jeet narrates the largely forgotten prehistory of Marvel Comics 17:52 Does Stan Lee or Jack Kirby deserve more credit for creating the Marvel Universe? 28:36 Lee’s real skills: editing, branding, and marketing 34:06 The link between Spider-Man and Ayn Rand 40:22 Lee’s foresight in working to make Marvel movies 49:20 How Judaism influenced Lee and Kirby 53:36 Is it crazy to rank Lee/Kirby alongside Shakespeare?
Aryeh Cohen-Wade (Joking on the Square, @AryehCW) and Jeet Heer (The New Republic, @HeerJeet)
Recorded November 15, 2018
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Everyone is capable of performing acts of evil or heroism, and Philip Zimbardo understands that better than most. Watch as he traces his journey leading up to and through the Stanford Prison Experiment and into his new mission of training people around the world to be heroes who stand up, speak out and take action.
Philip Zimbardo, professor of psychology, emeritus Creator of The Stanford Prison Experiment, Professor Zimbardo has spent over 50 years teaching and studying psychology. He currently speaks worldwide and actively works to promote his non-profit, The Heroic Imagination Project. Professor Zimbardo has written over 60 books and has over 600 publications; his current research looks at the psychology of heroism. He asks: “What pushes some people to become perpetrators of evil, while others act heroically on behalf of those in need?” Prior to his heroism work, he served as President of the American Psychological Association and designed and narrated the award winning 26-part PBS series, Discovering Psychology. Professor Zimbardo has published more than 50 books and 400 professional and popular articles and chapters, among them, Shyness, The Lucifer Effect, The Time Cure, The Time Paradox, and most recently, Man, Interrupted.
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Lace up your hiking boots and pick a bunk because your stay at Camp Crystal Lake is just beginning. In this free and full-length primer episode of ‘In Voorhees We Trust With Gourley and Rust,’ you’ll learn why Matt and Paul love the Friday the 13th franchise so much, what they expect to learn about themselves in revisiting it, and how they plan to tackle and assess all 12 films of the Voorhees family legacy. Join them on their journey to Crystal Lake, Manhattan, hell, and outer space beyond!For more In Voorhees We Trust, go to stitcherpremium.com/voorhees and use promo code ‘VOORHEES’ for 1 month free!
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Artist & writer John Byrne reinvented Superman in the 80s creating the foundation for the modern version of the character, including a logical approach to Superman being clean shaven. John shares the thinking behind the changes he made to Superman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor and many other parts of Man of Steel. ►►Subscribe To SYFY Wire: http://po.st/SubscribeSYFYWire
More About Superman: Superman is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, high school students living in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1933. They sold Superman to Detective Comics, the future DC Comics, in 1938. Superman debuted in Action Comics #1 (cover-dated June 1938) and subsequently appeared in various radio serials, newspaper strips, television programs, films, and video games. With this success, Superman helped to create the superhero archetype and establish its primacy within the American comic book. The character is also referred to by such epithets as the Big Blue Boy Scout, the Man of Steel, the Man of Tomorrow, and the Last Son of Krypton.
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