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A Conversation with Ira Glass
"people who act like adolescents—they are the interesting people"
At Table with Michael Pollan
OtP’s Rachel Peterson sits down with the best-selling author
The Devil's Food
a letter to Catholic League president William Donohue concerning 'Chocolat'
Encounters with Sex, Drugs, and Activists
a conversation with James Fadiman
The Good, the Bad, and the Freaks:
on the trail of drug peddlers in africa and zen killers in brooklyn

a look at recent works by John le Carré and Jonathan Lethem
Haunted by the Past
confronting troubled family legacies in film
How to Check Out Woody Guthrie
an overview of selected recordings, tributes, and books
Labors of Love
six people who enjoy their work
No More Hot Dogs
musician John Dylan Keith reviews Hasil Adkins' last recording
The Odd Success of the Food Film
movie critic Mark Palermo sounds off on the food flick
On the Road with the Art Car Tsar
dan mckinney talks to the man behind the machine
'Open Letters' Opens Up
OtP talks to open letters editor paul tough
Opening Mindsets
an interview with psychologist & author carol dweck
OtP suggests cars
an idiosyncratic portrait of auto culture in literature, film, and music
OtP suggests food flicks and lit picks
a selective smorgasbord of film and literature
Risky Business Outside
on suburban sprawl and armchair adventurers
Romancing the Dead
a review of ghost movies: films to watch—and some to skip
Should You Bowl Alone?
a review of Robert Putnam's book on the decline of social capital in America
Society's Failure
a conversation with Barbara Ehrenreich
summer suggestions
recommendations for enjoying adult adolescence in print and on screen
Surviving the High-Speed Road to Happiness
common sense from L. Ron Hubbard
Talking with Pam Houston
"maturity [is] figuring out what makes a valuable life...and moving towards it"
You Can Count on Me, trust me.
why seeing this movie makes you hate big Hollywood productions even more



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