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Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street

Little Rock Arkansas’s West 9th Street was once a vibrant, African-American business and entertainment district. Taborian Hall is the only remaining historic structure on West 9th Street and stands as a living…

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Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street

Little Rock Arkansas’s West 9th Street was once a vibrant, African-American business and entertainment district. Taborian Hall is the only remaining historic structure on West 9th Street and stands as a living witness of the street’s former glory days. Throughout…

Kurt Vonnegut: The Shape of Stories

Acclaimed writer Kurt Vonnegut uses graphing to illustrate how many stories there are yet to tell. Humanity tends to tell the same ones over and over again.

Depeche Mode 101: A Film By D.A. Pennebaker

“Depeche Mode 101” is a documentary film by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 13 March 1989 by Mute Records. It chronicles the final leg of the band’s Music for the Masses Tour and the final…

Violent Femmes Rare 1983 Interview

Violent Femmes, Rare Early TV Interview, 1983, Milwaukee “At Twelve” w/Howard & Rosemary.

I Sold The French Laundry. Then It Became ‘the Best Restaurant in the World’

By Ben Proudfoot When my father died, he held disappointment in his heart. He was 66 and had only just retired from a life of 80-hour workweeks as a successful lawyer, and this next chapter promised everything he had skimped…

Kacey Musgraves Makes ‘Star-Crossed’ Album

Kacey Musgraves lets us into the creative process during the making of her latest album ‘star-crossed.’ It’s about heartbreak.

The Murder of Emmett Till

In August 1955, a 14-year-old Black boy allegedly flirted with a white woman in a grocery store in Money, Mississippi. Emmett Till, a teen from Chicago, didn’t understand that he had broken the unwritten laws of the Jim Crow South…

Ronald Reagan Lays Out Modern Conservative Template on The Tonight Show in 1975

Former Gov. Ronald Reagan lays out his political agenda as it would be for years to come on this episode of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, which aired in 1975.

Ultimate Space Telescope

Discover how NASA engineers built and launched the most ambitious telescope of all time. How did NASA engineers build and launch the most ambitious telescope of all time? Follow the dramatic story of the James Webb Space Telescope—the most complex…

Don’t Fuck With the Lewises!

“We didn’t lose him, he lost us,” say the family members of the famous rock ‘n’ roller Jerry Lee Lewis in this cool little known documentary. With Jerry Lee it’s always what’s “Out of sight, out of mind.” (Source: JerryLeeChannel)

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