Kelly McEvers

Kelly McEvers appears in the following:

'Rolling Stone' Founder Jann Wenner On 50 Years Of Rock And Roll History

Thursday, May 11, 2017

When Wenner started Rolling Stone, he says, other publications weren't taking rock and roll seriously. Since then, the magazine has documented five decades of music, politics and culture.


Don't Be Fooled: 'Generation Wealth' Is More About Wanting Than Having

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Lauren Greenfield's 500-page photo collection shows toddlers in designer clothes and magnums of champagne. But it's also about how ostentatious displays of wealth have replaced real social mobility.


What's Next? Sixth Season Of 'Veep' Probes Post-Presidential Life

Monday, May 08, 2017

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says growing up in Washington, D.C., and later living in Los Angeles helped her prepare for her role in the HBO comedy. "You're selling a brand of yourself," she says.


'Aggressive Yet Sublime': A Looter, Nirvana And The Los Angeles Riots

Monday, May 01, 2017

Gilbert Monterrosa was 15 years old during the 1992 riots. He and some friends decided to loot a Fedco department store where he found something unexpected — Nirvana's album, Nevermind.


'I Think It's Hard To Be A Person': Aimee Mann On Compassionate Songwriting

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

The singer-songwriter's music has long been characterized as melancholy. For her album Mental Illness, she leaned into that stereotype, writing songs that empathize with other people's struggles.


Documentarian Says 'Anarchist Cookbook' Author Was Filled With Remorse

Monday, April 03, 2017

But remorse and regret are two different things. William Powell's 1970s book contains instructions for making explosives. Charlie Siskel interviewed him for his film American Anarchist.


Tillerson Talks NATO Spending In Brussels

Friday, March 31, 2017

At NATO headquarters in Brussels Friday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pressed other members of the security alliance to contribute more money to it.


Police Videos Aren't Going Away. How Can We Learn From Them?

Saturday, March 25, 2017

In the era of body cameras and cellphones, the act of seeing police do their job is radically altering the public-police relationship, and changing civilian and police behavior and perceptions alike.


Video Captures Police Encounter With Murder Suspect

Thursday, March 23, 2017

On April 16, 2015, police officer Jesse Kidder encountered a murder suspect named Michael Wilcox in Cincinnati, Ohio. The video went viral because of the surprising way the encounter unfolded.


20 Years Ago, Biopic Helped Give Pop Star Selena Life Beyond Her Tragic Death

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

In the 1990s, Tejano music singer Selena Quintanilla Perez made a rare crossover to mainstream American audiences. The movie Selena debuted two years after her murder.


In 'Confirmed Kills,' Iliza Shlesinger Cloaks Social Commentary In Comic Rants

Monday, March 20, 2017

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger's standup is physical. She contorts and snorts and stalks the stage as she becomes the characters in jokes that explore what it's like to be a woman in today's society.


Time Loops Back On Itself (Even Without Heroin) In 'T2 Trainspotting'

Friday, March 17, 2017

20 years ago, a low-budget film with a great soundtrack became a huge hit. Now, director Danny Boyle is getting the old (much older, in fact) Trainspotting gang back together for a sequel.


Police Video Takes On New Life Years After Deadly Shooting

Thursday, March 16, 2017

On Dec. 28, 2014, Robert "Bobby" Smith shot police officer Tyler Stewart and himself in Flagstaff, Ariz. The video of that shooting has since experienced a kind of afterlife. Police use it to talk about the dangers they face every day. Others see it as a painful loop that will never stop playing.


A Routine Call Goes Horribly Wrong And A Police Video Gets A Life Of Its Own

Thursday, March 16, 2017

A routine call in late 2014 turned deadly for a Flagstaff, Ariz., police officer, and now police are using the bodycam video for training.


Charlotte Police Shooting Underlines Divide Over Video Evidence

Thursday, March 09, 2017

In North Carolina in 2015, police officer Randall Kerrick went on trial for voluntary manslaughter in the shooting of an unarmed black man named Jonathan Ferrell. The case hinged on a dashcam video, which depicted the moments leading up to the shooting. But jurors who watched that video came to very different conclusions.


An Off-Camera Police Shooting, A Trial And The Questions Left Behind

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Charlotte, N.C., police officer Randall Kerrick shot and killed Jonathan Ferrell, an unarmed black man, in September 2013. Part of the encounter was captured on video.


How Chickens Shifted From Sacred To Diet Staple

Monday, January 16, 2017

For the last three years, researchers in the United Kingdom have been studying the lowly chicken, and they say there's much more to the ubiquitous bird than many people realize.


Sky Arts Pulls Michael Jackson Episode of 'Urban Myths" Featuring Joseph Fiennes

Friday, January 13, 2017

An episode of the Sky Arts show Urban Myths, featuring Joseph Fiennes playing the role of Michael Jackson, will no longer be broadcast.


Shante, He Stays: RuPaul Reflects On Decades Of Drag — And 2 Emmy Nominations

Thursday, August 25, 2016

RuPaul is the most recognizable drag queen in America. His hit show, RuPaul's Drag Race is up for two Emmy Awards as it begins filming its ninth season. But drag, he says, will never be mainstream.


No Rest For The Weary: Hours After Convention's End, Clinton Hits The Trail

Friday, July 29, 2016

Hillary Clinton campaigned with her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, in Philadelphia on Friday, just hours after accepting the Democratic nomination for president.