A two-hour late-night discussion with author, playwright and publisher Jonathan Marcantoni on everything from the brown-washing of pre-Columbian history, puritanical liberalism, and the conservative nature of Latino culture, to the crises in art and literature, and the state of the #MeToo movement.
Blogger and podcaster Luciano Gonzalez, a.k.a. ‘The Hispanic Atheist,’ and the co-chair of the Latinx Humanist Alliance, stops by to chat about Honduras, Puerto Rico, and asexuality.
Hector chats with a pair of high-school girls about drugs, socializing, school shootings, trap music, and a whole lot more.
Portfolio manager Andrew Silva talks about starting Brazilian jiu-jitsu, getting his mind and body right, cryptocurrencies, and cauliflower ear.
שֶׁקֶט The Haredi woman tells me my prayers aloud are poisonous to God. שֶׁקֶט The Haredi women’s whistles and screams are poisonous to my prayer. תקשיב I enter the holy space, ready to receive and embrace the new month, Elul. תקשיב Instead of embracing melody and neshama, I am bombarded with discord and fear. שֶׁקֶט…
Why U.S. history tends to repeat itself — from the Indians to today.
‘I swear, man, we’re screwed, the whole world is done. Over. … This generation, Emily’s, I swear. They’re worse than we were.’
‘His two huskies pawed at an old dead possum, above them the cicadas were singing at full pitch as warm wind blew through the green leaves like hot breath.’