The Godmother of Rock Journalism

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Ellen Willis broke barriers in 1968 when she became the first popular music critic for The New Yorker. Today: we hear about Willis' life and legacy through her daughter, Nona Willis Aronowitz. Plus: producer Danger Mouse and composer Daniele Luppi tell us about their mutual affection for classic Italian film music. And: we share our Picks of the Week.