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pritheworld:

When you see his photos, you can understand why Christopher Herwig spent 12 years traveling through the former Soviet Union, taking pictures of Soviet-era bus stops.

wnyc:

Studio 360’s American Icons on Nirvana’s Nevermind. Good listening for the 20th anniversary of the day we lost Kurt Cobain. 

http://ow.ly/vtlqW

tothepoint:

Today’s To the Point looks at ageism in Silicon Valley. 

wnyc:

As superhero movie season approaches, Studio 360 asks “Where the ladies at?” And why does the only one we keep seeing just shoot guns? 

http://tinyurl.com/lzbq736

pritheworld:

New playlist from #GlobalNation producer Shefali Kulkarni.

wnyc:

It set the model for the hit family sitcom. Its antics and humiliation entered the DNA of TV comedy, from Desperate Housewives to 30 Rock. It’s where TV invented itself.

Check out Studio 360’s American Icons on I Love Lucy. It’s best paired with toast. 

http://www.studio360.org/story/american-icons-i-love-lucy-1513/

wnyc:

Can you guess which historical event is depicted in this photo? Hopefully not. The graphic novelist is trying to present the events like they’ve never been imagined before. 

http://www.studio360.org/story/gene-luen-yangs-chinese-superheroes/

What’s the legacy of Cesar Chavez? Here’s more from Jose Oliva, a labor organizer himself.

wnyc:

Robert Rodriguez is working on the sequel to Sin City with legendary comic book artist, Frank Miller. Rodriguez tells Studio 360 he doesn’t mind sharing the director’s chair: “The most fun you can have is having another director on the set,” he says, “another brain, another set of eyes, another decision maker.”
The full interview is here: http://wny.cc/1piaiW9

wnyc:

Robert Rodriguez is working on the sequel to Sin City with legendary comic book artist, Frank Miller. Rodriguez tells Studio 360 he doesn’t mind sharing the director’s chair: “The most fun you can have is having another director on the set,” he says, “another brain, another set of eyes, another decision maker.”

The full interview is here: http://wny.cc/1piaiW9

pritheworld:

Today we had a story about how Facebook saved three bears in Kosovo from a life in captivity. Inexplicably, it caused our newsroom to repeat this SNL refrain for hours.