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Q is an energetic daily arts, culture and entertainment magazine that takes you on a smart and surprising ride, interviewing personalities and tackling the cultural issues that matter. Q covers pop culture and high arts alike with forays into the most provocative and compelling cultural trends. From music icons like Van Morrison and Neil Young; smart conversations with everyone from Al Gore to Barbara Walters; CNN operas; to the branding of politicians... Q brings you big names, big ideas, and those paving the way on the cultural landscape. Hosted by Shad Kabango.

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Last updated: Sunday, August 30 2015 06:31 AM

Daniel Romano, gun culture, Joan Didion biographer, ruby slippers mystery 08/28/2015

Friday, August 28 2015 05:00 AM

Friday Live with Daniel Romano. AJ Somerset on the evolution of gun culture. Tracy Daugherty on his new Joan Didion biography The Last Love Song. Morgan White on the unsolved theft of Judy Garland's ruby slippers.

The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, The Girl in the Spider's Web, Donnie Dumphy 08/27/2015

Thursday, August 27 2015 05:00 AM

Carl-Johan Ehrlin and Tracey Ruiz on The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep. David Lagercrantz on The Girl in the Spider's Web. Leon Parsons and Nik Sexton on Donnie Dumphy: How To Be Deadly. Shad on the challenges of commitment.

Dan Savage on Ashley Madison, q pop culture panel, The Slants 08/26/2015

Wednesday, August 26 2015 05:00 AM

Dan Savage on the Ashley Madison hack and fallout. q pop culture panel on One Direction, the new David Foster Wallace biopic, and Taylor Swift vs. Miley Cyrus. The Slants' bassist Simon Tam on the band's battle to trademark their name.

Viral politics, Fat Mike, tranquility tanks, Russell Howard 08/25/2015

Tuesday, August 25 2015 05:00 AM

q's political panel on whether online virality translates to votes. Fat Mike on 25 years of Fat Wreck Chords. q experiment: are tranquility tanks actually relaxing? UK comic Russell Howard on crossing the pond.

Dismaland, q sports panel, Brandi Carlile 08/24/2015

Monday, August 24 2015 05:00 AM

Laura Rawlings and RM Vaughan on Banksy's dystopian "bemusement park" Dismaland. q's sports panel looks at attempts to appeal to female sports fans. Brandi Carlile performs from The Firewatcher's Daughter.

Coeur de Pirate, Michael Ironside, celebrity dog training 08/21/2015

Friday, August 21 2015 05:00 AM

Coeur de Pirate performs from her new album "Roses". Michael Ironside on "Turbo Kid" and the ethics of violence. Bill Berloni on training dogs for the stage and screen.

NSA summer camps, music critic Jessica Hopper, Steve Jobs documentary, Indigenous comics 08/20/2015

Thursday, August 20 2015 05:00 AM

NSA camps dedicated to teaching cyber security. Jessica Hopper on 20 years of music criticism. “The Man in the Machine” shines a light on Jobs' dark side. Hope Nicholson and David Cutler on what makes comics the perfect medium for Indigenous stories.

q pop culture panel, Blue Jays bandwagon hopping, Vine stardom 08/18/2015

Wednesday, August 19 2015 05:00 AM

q's pop culture panel on Straight Outta Compton, Sesame Street, and Jon Stewart's new gig. Stacey May Fowles on Toronto Blue Jays bandwagon-hopping. Logan Paul and Caroline Moss on Vine stardom.

Welfare diets, Perez Hilton on Full House: the Musical, transgender battle rapper NoShame 08/17/2015

Tuesday, August 18 2015 05:00 AM

"Welfare diets" being embraced by the middle class. Perez Hilton on self-improvement and his role in Full House: The Musical. Jolie Drake a.k.a. NoShame on rap's struggles with trans and homophobia and on being the first transgender battle rapper.

Sexism in publishing, Paul Haggis on Show Me A Hero, building communities through design 08/17/2015

Monday, August 17 2015 05:00 AM

Writer Catherine Nichols and publishing insider Cynthia Good on sexism in the publishing world. Paul Haggis on the new HBO miniseries “Show Me a Hero”. Joe Halligan from the architecture group "Assemble" on the role design plays in shaping a better world.

Donovan Woods performs, tourists gone wild, memoir politics, Felicia Day 08/14/2015

Friday, August 14 2015 05:00 AM

Songwriter's songwriter Donovan Woods debuts "reasonable" break-up song. Tourists gone wild: the cultural cost of warped wanderlust. Memoir politics: sound bite antidote or shallow propaganda? "Geek superheroine" Felicia Day on embracing your weirdness.

Empathy via unwinnable game, appreciation vs. appropriation, women's armpit hair returns 08/13/2015

Thursday, August 13 2015 05:00 AM

Unwinnable game aims create empathy for targets of racism. A colourful twist on feminist defiance: why women are dyeing their armpit hair. Métis artist Christi Belcourt and Ojibway playwright Drew Hayden Taylor on appreciation versus appropriation.

Fact-checking Bob Dylan lore, q pop culture panel, Weird news gets weirder 08/12/2015

Wednesday, August 12 2015 05:00 AM

What really happened the night Bob Dylan went electric? Elijah Wald investigates. q's pop culture panel weighs in on free bleeding, failed fairytale romance and more. Define weird: Daniel Engber on the changing genre of offbeat news.

PC comedy on campus, Chris Farley remembered, Resting Bitch Face 08/11/2015

Tuesday, August 11 2015 05:00 AM

Is the campus comedy circuit too politically correct? Journalist Caitlin Flanagan investigates. 'I am Chris Farley' reflects darkness and light of late comic's life, say Canadian filmmakers. Jessica Bennett on the real trouble with 'Resting Bitch Face'.

Extreme obstacle races, Mark Ramone's revealing memoir, Susan Cain's Quiet Revolution 08/10/2015

Monday, August 10 2015 05:00 AM

Barbed wire, freezing water, muddy trenches — two perspectives on extreme obstacle racing. Marky Ramone reveals off-stage challenges in Ramones memoir. 'Quiet' author Susan Cain on harnessing the power of world's introverts. Candy Palmater guest hosts.

Kalle Mattson performs, Bollywood blockbusters, Tom Cruise on trial, love/hate for robots 08/07/2015

Friday, August 07 2015 05:00 AM

Kalle Mattson crashes through studio q with Avalanche. Is Bollywood misunderstood in the mainstream? Good or Bad series: Is Tom Cruise still a maverick, or just cruising? Roboticist Daniel H. Wilson on our love/hate relationship with robots.

Syrian composer Malek Jandali, lessons from Juiceboxxx, in praise of video game music 08/06/2015

Thursday, August 06 2015 05:00 AM

Syrian composer Malek Jandali on the impulse to create in the face of destruction. Journalist vs. Juiceboxxx: Can the world really be divided into geniuses and critics? Videogame music deserves more respect, says classical scholar Andrew Schartmann.

The legacy of Jon Stewart. Learning from nudists. ‘Every Single Word’. 08/05/2015

Wednesday, August 05 2015 05:00 AM

q’s pop culture panel on how Jon Stewart changed comedy and politics. Reluctant nudist Mark Haskell Smith on his book “Naked at Lunch”. Actor and blogger Dylan Marron on what happens when you edit movies down to just the lines spoken by people of colour.

Diversifying cover models, Lauring Marling performs, Suits star Patrick J. Adams 08/04/2015

Tuesday, August 04 2015 05:00 AM

Women's Running magazine hits new stride with plus-size cover model. British singer/songwriter Laura Marling shares director's cut of her stunning 'Short Movie' album. Suits star Patrick J. Adams on going from "terrified kid" to master of his craft.

Civic Holiday special: Mavis Staples and revisiting Roar 07/31/2015

Monday, August 03 2015 05:00 AM

The q crew is off for the civic holiday. Meantime, please enjoy these gems from the q vault: Mavis Staples on crafting the soundtrack for the civil rights era. Plus, Is Roar the most shockingly dangerous movie ever made?

Terra Lightfoot performs, re-thinking summer break, today's teen idols, freeing Happy Birthday 07/31/2015

Friday, July 31 2015 05:00 AM

Rock singer and guitarist Terra Lightfoot performs throughout the show. Good or Bad: Should we pull the plug on summer vacation? Oh My Vlog creator Malcolm Mackenzie on the next generation of teen idols. Meet the filmmaker fighting to free Happy Birthday.

Crowds for hire, Parker Posey, comic artist Noelle Stevenson's Nimona 07/30/2015

Thursday, July 30 2015 05:00 AM

'Crowds on Demand' CEO Adam Swart pulls the curtain back on a hidden PR tactic. Parker Posey on how Irrational Man soothed her disillusionment with the acting industry. Nimona and Lumberjanes creator Noelle Stevenson on crafting comics for outsiders.

Celebrity ghostwriter Hilary Liftin, Bot vs. human poetry, profiling Cosby's accusers, Reality TV's secrets 07/28/2015

Tuesday, July 28 2015 05:00 AM

Ghostwriter Hilary Liftin pens faux-celebrity memoir, 'Movie Star by Lizzie Pepper'. How computers are writing convincingly human poetry. NY Mag's Noreen Malone on profiling Cosby's accusers. Former Bachelor producer taps Reality TV's secrets in UnREAL.

Muslim comedy with Dean Obeidallah. Hip Hop easy-listening. Buckley-Vidal and political discourse. 01/27/2015

Monday, July 27 2015 05:00 AM

Comic Dean Obeidallah on fighting the stereotype of the humourless Muslim. Why Hip Hop is taking its place among easy listening radio classics. Filmmaker Morgan Neville on how the cut-throat Buckley-Vidal debates helped shape modern debate culture.

Ghosting: Good or bad? Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema. Old Man Luedecke performs. 07/24/2015

Friday, July 24 2015 05:00 AM

Is it wrong to break-up by just disappearing? Patricia Rozema on her HBO documentary “The Women who Act”. Canadian folk musician Chris Luedecke, AKA Old Man Luedecke, performs songs from his new album, "Domestic Eccentric". Rachel Geiss guest hosts.

Drugs at music festivals. q Pop culture panel. Trickster Will Sasso. Shad on Kanye West. 23/07/2015

Thursday, July 23 2015 05:00 AM

Finger wagging vs. frank discussion: Two sobering perspectives on why need to talk about party drugs. q’s Pop Culture Panel on Kanye West, The Runaways and Sharknado. Comedian Will Sasso’s fools Canada on his new show. Plus, Shad weighs in on Kanye West.

Why awkward silences are good, Ibeyi performs, debating corporate wellness 07/22/2015

Wednesday, July 22 2015 05:00 AM

Alexandra Petri, author of 'A Field Guide to Awkward Silences', says we should learn to embrace our inner awkward person. Ibeyi's self-titled debut is one you need to hear. Oprah meets Orwell. Do corporate wellness programs have a dark side?

Food columnist Mark Bittman, journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, Scaachi goes Mermaid, comedian Wil Anderson. 07/21/2015

Tuesday, July 21 2015 05:00 AM

Why Mark Bittman has a bone to pick with our broken food system. Jose Antonio Vargas on MTV's 'White People' and reframing the conversation about race. Scaachi Koul dives into Mermaid School. Australian comic Wil Anderson on winning over North America.

Virtual reality movies. Rachel Sermanni's cosmic new album. The physicality of grief. 07/20/2015

Monday, July 20 2015 05:00 AM

Félix Lajeunesse on a virtual reality experience for movie goers. Scottish musician Rachel Sermanni performs and discusses her new album Tied to the Moon. Jonathan Young and Crystal Pine mix theatre and dance to show how trauma takes hold of the body.

Saving music in Afghanistan, Miguel performs, is U2 good or bad? 07/17/2015

Friday, July 17 2015 05:00 AM

Meet the musician risking it all to bring music back to Afghanistan. Miguel performs from his seductive new album, Wildheart, and reflects on the line between sexy and sensational. q's patently polarizing Good or Bad debates. On trial this time: U2.

Parks and Rec's Aziz Ansari, Skratch Bastid and The Afiara Quartet, the internet of babies 07/16/2015

Thursday, July 16 2015 05:00 AM

Aziz Ansari on Modern Romance and why it's easier to meet but harder to connect. Skratch Bastid and The Afiara Quartet blend scratch and strings. Plus, should we really be connecting with our babies — via Wi-Fi ? Laura June on the internet of babies.

Calling foul on the American Dream. Healing without justice. q’s Pop Culture Panel. 07/15/2015

Wednesday, July 15 2015 05:00 AM

Ta-Nehisi Coates' letter to his son, Between the World and Me, and the concrete realities of racism. Filmmaker Joshua Oppenhiemer discusses his film The Look of Silence. q’s Pop Culture Panel takes on Harper Lee’s “new” novel, Comic-con, and Donald Trump.

A critique of green lawns, Rickie Lee Jones, professional bridesmaids 07/14/2015

Tuesday, July 14 2015 05:00 AM

Could green lawns become a symbol of selfishness? Two perspectives. Plus, Rickie Lee Jones on returning to music and why she wants to fight the darkness with her art. Bridesmaid-for-hire Jen Glantz on why it's not so crazy for brides to hire a stranger.

China's internet rehab camps, humourist Patricia Marx, summer camp for grown ups 07/13/2015

Monday, July 13 2015 05:00 AM

Filmmaker Shosh Shlam on Web Junkie, her documentary about a military-style internet rehab camp in China. Advice on getting less stupid from humourist Patricia Marx. Camp No Counselors founder Adam Tichauer on why adults are going to back to summer camp.

Reggae legend Ernest Ranglin, "gay voice" explored, Asif Kapadia's Amy 07/10/2015

Friday, July 10 2015 05:00 AM

Friday Live: Reggae legend Ernest Ranglin returns with resplendent sound. David Thorpe's 'Do I Sound Gay?' explores a loaded question. Amy director Asif Kapadia wants nuanced Winehouse documentary to make you think. Talia Schlanger guest hosts.

'She's Beautiful When She's Angry' doc, Jen Kirkman on dying alone, Sean Baker's Tangerine 07/09/2015

Thursday, July 09 2015 05:00 AM

Mary Dore on the ordinary women who fuelled early feminism. Comic Jen Kirkman on why everyone, single or married, could die alone. Sean Baker and Mya Taylor of Tangerine on why pop culture needs a trans sex worker story. Talia Schlanger guest hosts.

Tracking down stolen treasures, q's pop culture panel, opening mystery packages 07/08/2015

Wednesday, July 08 2015 05:00 AM

Candy Palmater guest hosts. The “modern-day Indiana Jones”, Amr Al Azm, on protecting our cultural heritage. q's pop culture panel discuss The Dukes of Hazzard, Rihanna, and Magic Mike XXL. Timothy Sullivan on the secrets of The Mystery Package Company.

Banning kids from reality TV, Sarah Hepola's Blackout, outraged LGBT allies 07/07/2015

Tuesday, July 07 2015 05:00 AM

Candy Palmater guest hosts. Former child star Paul Peterson says kids should be banned from reality TV. Sarah Hepola's Blackout is more than just another drinking memoir. LGBT allies shouldn't shy away from outrage and shaming, says Arthur Chu.

Serious literature on smartphones, The Wrecking Crew, making TV in Afghanistan 07/06/2015

Monday, July 06 2015 05:00 AM

Candy Palmater guest hosts. Clive Thompson on how to read serious literature on smartphones. Denny Tedesco tells the story of The Wrecking Crew, unsung musicians behind major '60s hits. Trudi-Ann Tierney on the drama of making soap operas in Afghanistan.

The Wooden Sky performs, handsome gorilla meme, filmmaker Maya Forbes, humorist C.D. Rose 07/03/2015

Friday, July 03 2015 05:00 AM

Talia Schlanger guest hosts. Toronto folk-rockers The Wooden Sky perform live. We probe our obsession with Japanese quirkiness. Maya Forbes mines her bittersweet childhood for “Infinitely Polar Bear”. And humorist C.D. Rose shares list of literary losers.

Comic Greg Proops, Fun frontman Nate Ruess, laughter yoga, Redhead champ Shawn Hitchins 07/02/2015

Thursday, July 02 2015 05:00 AM

Comic/podcaster Greg Proops on things all grownups should know. Fun frontman Nate Ruess performs from Grand Romantic and talks about going solo. Scaachi Koul tried laughter yoga. Comedian Shawn Hitchins ignites red hot passion with Ginger Pride crusade.

Daredevil Will Gadd, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Geek champion Sam Maggs 07/01/2015

Wednesday, July 01 2015 05:00 AM

It's a Canada Day encore bouquet! Meet daredevil Will Gadd, the man who climbed Niagara Falls. Buffy Sainte-Marie on Power in the Blood and the power of politically-charged songs. Why seasoned fangirl Sam Maggs is urging more girls to go full geek.

Rise of Ramadan chic, U.K. rapper Kate Tempest, Judy Blume's new book 06/30/2015

Tuesday, June 30 2015 05:00 AM

Ramadan fashion: Fareeha Molvi on why more brands are tailoring trends for Muslim consumers. Philosophical U.K. rapper Kate Tempest blows through studio q. Beloved writer Judy Blume on her new book and how adult secrecy fuelled her passion for frankness.

Death of the phone call, Booker T. Jones, the high cost of workplace incivility 06/29/2015

Monday, June 29 2015 05:00 AM

Adam McDowell and Ramona Pringle debate whether or not to answer the phone. Booker T. Jones on his 5 decades in the music industry. Christine Porath on the growing incivility of our workplaces.

Socalled performs, Rainbow flag creator Gilbert Baker, Pride's apolitical vibe, LGBT ally Celina Jaitly 06/26/2015

Monday, June 29 2015 05:00 AM

Socalled jams with the hosts of As It Happens. Pride flag creator Gilbert Baker on the real meaning of the rainbow. Good or bad debate: the party vibe of the modern-day Pride parade. Bollywood star Celina Jaitly on the international fight for LGBT rights.

Death of the Grateful Dead, Sex and the City’s Candace Bushnell, U.K. comic Russell Howard 06/25/2015

Thursday, June 25 2015 05:00 AM

Peter Richardson and Carl Wilson on the Grateful Dead’s cultural impact. Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell on the difficult relationship between authors and characters. Russell Howard, one of the U.K.'s most popular comedians, crosses the pond.

The luxury of “glamping”, q pop culture panel, Karolina Jonderko’s mother’s clothing 06/24/2015

Wednesday, June 24 2015 05:00 AM

Ruben Martinez and Christopher Solomon debate “glamping”. The q pop culture panel sift through the headlines, including True Detective, Obama on WTF, and Swift v. Apple. Polish photographer Karolina Jonderko on grieving with her mother’s clothing.

Covering drug cartels, Adam Scott, Jeet This Week, why an actor is fighting ISIS 06/ 23/2015

Tuesday, June 23 2015 05:00 AM

Alfredo Corchado on the personal cost of covering drug cartels. Adam Scott on swinger comedy The Overnight and the naked truth about male body image. Jeet Heer on Canada is so good at boring. Actor Michael Enright defends decision to fight ISIS in Syria.

Ibeyi performs, No Land’s Song, Jonny Harris’s Still Standing, celebrating small penises 16/22/2015

Monday, June 22 2015 05:00 AM

Kaindé and Naomi Diaz perform live as Ibeyi. Sara and Ayat Najafi on elevating Iranian women's voices in No Land’s song. Comedian Jonny Harris showcases small town humour in Still Standing. Taylor Campbell on why it's time to stop shaming small penises.

San Fermin performs, Fitbit scrutinized, fine print explored, de-cluttering, Rush's female fans 06/19/2015

Friday, June 19 2015 05:00 AM

Brooklyn band San Fermin performs live. Tech writer Jill Duffy weighs pros and cons of fitness trackers. Alex Hern checks internet fine print. Erin Rooney Doland and Dominique Browning debate de-cluttering. Annie Zaleski says women do love Rush.

Balletlujah celebrates k.d. lang, Judd Apatow's comedy bible, campaign song politics 06/18/2015

Thursday, June 18 2015 05:00 AM

k.d. lang and Jean Grand-Maitre on Balletlujah and breaking barriers through art. Trainwreck director Judd Apatow shares everything he knows about comedy. Neil Young, Donald Trump and the politics of campaign songs.

Public vs. police opinion, q pop culture panel, Will Sasso pranks Canada 06/17/2015

Wednesday, June 17 2015 05:00 AM

Carding and cop culture: sociologist Chris Murphy what it takes to change police attitudes and policies. Pop culture panel: celebrity activism, OITNB, Jagged Little anniversary. Fool Canada host Will Sasso on testing the limits of Canadian politeness.

Aspirational RSVP, Phyllis Smith on Inside Out, Fresh Dressed, adult colouring books 06/16/2015

Tuesday, June 16 2015 05:00 AM

Humourist Henry Alford on the rise of aspirational RSVPing. The Office's Phyllis Smith on Inside Out and learning from Sadness. Fresh Dressed director Sacha Jenkins on the history of hip hop fashion. Scaachi Koul defends the adult colouring book.

State-sponsored dating, Stetson and Neufeld perform, Starlee Kine's Mystery Show 06/15/2015

Monday, June 15 2015 05:00 AM

Why the Iranian government has entered the online dating game. Life/music partners Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld marry magic of violin and saxophone. This American Life's Starlee Kine's Mystery on why she's committed to cracking tiny cases.

Algiers perform, the hipster is dead, John Colapinto's Undone, The Wolfpack 06/12/2015

Friday, June 12 2015 05:00 AM

Atlanta three-piece Algiers perform live. Meet the yuccies: how to spot a hipster-yuppie hybrid. John Colapinto on his intentionally provocative novel, Undone. The Wolfpack blows open the world of six shut-in cinephile brothers.

Jurassic World's real scientist, Josh Groban, q sports panel, kid obsessions 06/11/2015

Thursday, June 11 2015 05:00 AM

Meet Jack Horner, the real scientist behind Jurassic World. Josh Groban geeks out on musical theatre in Stages. q sports panel on the Women's World Cup, LeBron James and the Pan Am Games. Shad on why we fight for the things we loved as kids.

Desiring disability, q pop culture panel, troll houses in Russia 06/10/2015

Wednesday, June 10 2015 05:00 AM

Choosing disability: Two perspectives on what it means to be transabled. Pop culture panel: Degrassi goes Netflix, funny while female, Jaws returns. Trolls for hire: Adrian Chen on why Russians being paid to wreak havoc online.

Chillax about proper English, Hot Chip performs, Annie Leibovitz's mighty lens 06/09/2015

Tuesday, June 09 2015 05:00 AM

Clickbait. Meme. Emoji. Two perspectives on how language sticklers should react to the latest dictionary words. British electronic music troupe Hot Chip perform stripped down tracks. Jeet This Week: The cultural impact of Annie Leibovitz's mighty lens.

Soul legend Lee Fields, God as a She, Jihadist poetry 06/08/2015

Monday, June 08 2015 05:00 AM

Soul legend Lee Fields and The Expressions perform from live from Emma Jean. Why can't God be a woman? We hear two perspectives on the push for She. Why Yale professor Robyn Creswell recommends reading the poetry of Jihad.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra performs, FIFA's biopic United Passions, Wednesday Martin's book Primates of Park Avenue, and Nicolas Cage: is he good?

Friday, June 05 2015 05:00 AM

Film critic Ashley Clark on the FIFA biopic United Passion. New Zealand-American trio Unknown Mortal Orchestra performs live. Writer Wednesday Martin on the Primates of Park Avenue. Film critics Kyle Smith and Nathan Rabin on Nicolas Cage.

Esther Breger on Misery TV, Young Jean Lee's Straight White Men, q media panel

Thursday, June 04 2015 05:00 AM

The New Republic's Esther Breger on why the new reality show The Briefcase thrives on humiliating poor people. Playwright Young Jean Lee's latest play, Straight White Men. The q media panel on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission, pop culture panel on Caitlyn Jenner, and the man who climbed Niagara Falls

Wednesday, June 03 2015 05:00 AM

Aboriginal artists on the residential schools investigation. The pop culture panel on Ciatlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover. Will Gadd, the daredevil who climbed - yes, climbed - Niagara Falls.

Maxim's first female editor, Brandi Carlile performs, teens' promposals go viral 06/02/2015

Tuesday, June 02 2015 05:00 AM

Musician Brandi Carlile performs from her album The Firewatch's Daughter. Maxim's first female editor Kate Lanphear redefines the Hot 100's conventions of beauty. Researcher John Richardson on the rise of teens' elaborate "promposals."

Hawksley Workman, Action Bronson debate, Ryan Gattis, Tracey Lindberg 06/01/2015

Monday, June 01 2015 05:00 AM

Singer-songwriter Hawksley Workman performs live in studio q. Are Action Bronson's lyrics hate speech? Ryan ​Gattis on his acclaimed new novel All Involved. Tracey Lindberg on her debut novel Birdie