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The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning architectural writer Paul Goldberger joined WBUR's Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to discuss what Fenway means and says about Boston.
Part one of our special summer pop-up series, recorded live with musicians from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, this Aboriginal story from Australia imagines how the kangaroo got her indispensable pouch.
In the sequel to the much-loved satire about medical training, author Samuel Shem takes on what electronic medical records are doing to the practice of medicine.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Dr. Damon Korb about the path to organization, which he writes about in his new book, "Raising an Organized Child."
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter on what goes on behind the five walls of the Pentagon and what he sees as threats now.
Award-winning chef and writer Samin Nosrat, on the fundamentals of great food. She wants her Netflix series to change the face of cooking shows.
This episode was chosen by you, the fans! Thanks for the submissions! In this Irish folktale, Damian McGinty ("Glee," "Celtic Thunder") stars as a musician with a serious case of...
Former editor Trish Hall has written a new how-to book, "Writing to Persuade: How to Bring People Over to Your Side." She joins host Lisa Mullins to talk about the...
African-Americans and gun ownership. In his new memoir, RJ Young writes about what he calls a “literal arms race … ramped up by racialized fear.”
A Rwandan man convicted of hiding his involvement in the country's 1994 genocide in an attempt to win asylum in the U.S. was sentenced Monday to more than eight years...
The archive preserves one way LGBTQ people made art, explored their identities and shared in community before it was accepted in the mainstream.
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The 50th anniversary of Stonewall should be a time to remember a shocking and heartbreaking past, author James Polchin writes.
Economist and mother of two Emily Oster looks at the data behind all that parenting advice and finds some surprises. Her new book is aptly titled "Cribsheet."
Robert Cutler was President Dwight Eisenhower's right hand. He was also a closeted gay man who helped carry out a 1953 executive order to identify and remove gay employees from...
The new poet laureate of the United States is also the first Native American appointed to the post. We'll talk with Joy Harjo.
Yo-Yo Ma narrates the story of a monster named Babayan, and how he changed in ways he never thought possible.
"Stoner" seemed destined for obscurity when it was first published. But the book sold over a million copies in Europe and is beloved by a number of literary critics.
Menopause is often a list of bad symptoms or the butt of jokes. But can it also be a source of liberation?
Vuong's family is originally from Vietnam, resettling in Hartford as refugees in 1990 when he was 2 years old.