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This Russian and European folktale stars real-life husband and wife Paul Sparks (House of Cards, Sweetbitter) and Annie Parisse (Friends From College) as a king who's taken prisoner, and a...
From conning his way into Paris Fashion Week to turning a nonexistent restaurant into the hottest spot in London, Oobah Butler has made a name for himself by making a...
Dear Sugars wants to tell you about another great show: Kind World.
In her new book, Emily Bazelon argues that prosecutors have become too powerful — to the detriment of our criminal justice system.
The store is actually on back order since it began printing paperback versions of the 448-page report.
Host Jill Kaufman debriefs WBUR Edify reporter Max Larkin on the final list of possible candidates to Tommy Chang as Boston Public Schools Superintendent. Plus, journalist Luke O'Neil and WBUR...
It's been four years since the death of New York Times columnist David Carr. His daughter, Erin Lee Carr, is out with a book about her relationship with her father.
A new movie about Dickinson opened this month, the second in less than five years.
Delinquent book borrowers, rejoice! Or, well, as the librarians say, feel a sense of relief that the infinitely-accruing library fine is not real without losing a sense of responsibility.
Broadway star Stephanie Hsu (Be More Chill, The SpongeBob Musical) headlines this magical Vietnamese tale about the unexpectedly sweet rewards generosity and contentment can bring.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Janny Scott about her new book.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins talks with Sister Joan Chittister, author of "The Time Is Now: A Call to Uncommon Courage."
"Life Will Be the Death of Me" covers a wide swath of the stand-up comedian's life — from the death of her older brother Chet when she was 9 years...
"Fight Club." "American Beauty." "The Matrix." 1999 was a blockbuster year for movies. But was it the best ever year in film?
Meb Keflezighi is the only man to win the New York and Boston marathons, plus an Olympic medal in the 26.2-mile race.
Former CNN White House correspondent Jessica Yellin sends up the TV news business in a novel way.
Ultramarathoner Scott Jurek broke the speed record for running the Appalachian Trail, navigating 2,189 miles in 46 days, 8 hours and 7 minutes.
Public intellectual Irshad Manji has a provocative suggestion for her fellow progressives: To heal American divides, stop shaming, she says, and start listening.