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Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson looks back on the impact of "Seinfeld" with comedian Carol Leifer, who was a writer on the show's fifth, sixth and seventh seasons.
The show takes place some time in the future at a theme park that looks straight out of an old Western, where humanoid robots exist for humans to enact their...
A White House official reportedly mocked the ailing Arizona Republican, who is suffering from incurable brain cancer.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans weighs in on the show, which features Bill Hader as a hitman who's trying to turn over a new leaf as an actor.
When the stakes are high and the decisions few, we should prefer humans over machines, writes Brian Lefler.
The best sports movies are some of the most memorable films of all time. But which is the best? OAG intern Dave Souza brings you his 10 favorites.
George Takei was one of the more than 127,000 Japanese Americans imprisoned in interment camps during World War II. Takei put his story on stage with the musical "Allegiance."
Earplay and WBUR have co-produced "You and the Beanstalk," an interactive audio story for kids ages 6-12. This project features the talents of the Circle Round team, including narration by...
The genius of Apu is that his character mocks those who lack the curiosity or compassion to understand a different society, writes Sushrut Jangi.
Kanye West tweets about subjects the field addresses, but calling his book “philosophy” erodes the discipline, writes Sarah Bates.
With Trump getting all the headlines, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof says other important issues at home and abroad are ignored. He joins us.
The Incel movement is the logical conclusion of sexual oppression that has run rampant in our society for far too long, writes Miles Howard.
Here & Now's Robin Young covers the headlines from social media with Al Jazeera's Femi Oke.
The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, stars Meryl Streep as Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham and Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson revisits his conversation...
More than a million Americans are sharing their DNA with ancestry websites. That helped the cops find the Golden State Killer. Good police work but troubling implications for privacy.
YouTube is launching an original series that continues the storyline of the classic 1984 film.
On her new album, Janelle Monáe trades her cyborg alter ego Cindi Mayweather for the human protagonist Jane 57821, a bisexual party girl on the run from the law.
The real problem with the dinner goes way behind a few harsh jokes and profanities, writes John J. Winters.
Every pundit and politician who is wasting time defending or debunking Wolf’s routine will be judged by history, writes Steve Almond.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd speaks with audiologist Marshall Chasin, who works with musicians who are losing their hearing.