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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Twelve-time Grammy winner Emmylou Harris's career spans forty years! She tells us about her new album, “All I Intended To Be.” Also: the rise of a new generation of liberal media, from Jon Stewart to MoveOn.org. A look at how illness changes sibling relationships. Plus, Al and Larry Ubell!

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Emmylou Harris

Emmylou Harris’s New Album

Emmylou Harris makes "every song feel personal, whatever its pedigree," according to the New York Times. Her new album is called "All I Intended To Be."

Event: Emmylou Harris will be in conversation with Katherine Lanpher and performing live
Thursday, June 12 at 7 pm
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The New Blue Media

We look at the rise of a new generation of liberal media, from The Onion to Jon Stewart. Theodore Hamm is the author of The New Blue Media: How Michael Moore, MoveOn.Org, Jon Stewart and Company Are Transforming Progressive Politics.

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How Illness Changes the Sibling Relationship

When Marie Brenner’s brother was diagnosed with a terminal illness, she was forced to reevaluate their relationship, which had often been tense and difficult. She writes about it in her new book, Apples and Oranges: My Brother and Me, Lost and Found.

Event: Marie Brenner will be ...

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The Gurus of How-To

The Gurus of How-To, Al and Larry Ubell, answer your home repair questions. Call us at 212-433-9692 or leave a comment below.

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