Tag: podcasts

When Bernie Sanders Came to Visit

Subscribe to “The Choice” on your favorite listening app: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Pocket Casts | Stitcher In the new podcast, “The Choice,” from NYT Opinion, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont was the first candidate to visit the editorial board for an endorsement interview. He presented his vision of ambitious progress […]

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The Radical Politics of ‘Disco Elysium’ Make For a Potentially Complicated Legacy

Disco Elysium, by and large, came out of nowhere for a lot of people, including us. A powerful story about the fallout of a failed political revolution and the people left in the rubble, portrayed through the lens of an alcoholic who’s just woken up from a bender so powerful it’s legitimately caused amnesia. And […]

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How We Make Our Choice

Subscribe to “The Choice” on your favorite listening app: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Pocket Casts | Stitcher In the first episode of “The Choice,” the new limited-run daily podcast from The New York Times Opinion section, host Katie Kingsbury introduces the editorial board, its process in endorsing a candidate, and what […]

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‘Knives Out’ Is More Than a Clever Murder Mystery, It’s About Class

Spoiler Warning for Knives Out Rob was gifted a ticket to watch 2015’s breakout musical Hamilton, and left with many questions. Austin and Cado join him to discuss the legacy and fandom around Hamilton, and how each of them has had different trajectories with the musical. After the break, the crew gets into a spoiler […]

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Modern Love Podcast: Rebecca Hall Reads ‘Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am’

Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Via Apple Podcasts | Via RadioPublic | Via Stitcher In her 2008 essay, “Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am,” Terri Cheney writes about her lifelong battle with bipolar disorder, a debilitating mental illness which she had struggled to keep secret from her lovers […]

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