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Monday, May 24, 2010

Michael Patrick King and Sarah Jessica Parker in the WNYC Studios Michael Patrick King and Sarah Jessica Parker in the WNYC Studios (Melissa Eagan/flickr)

William Finnegan talks about the strains that deployment puts on marriages and families, even with so many ways to stay in touch. Then, Michael Patrick King talks about Sex and the City 2. And the director and star of “Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play” talk about bringing it to the stage. Plus, Kai Bird discusses growing up in America during some of the most turbulent years in the Middle East.

The War Back Home

William Finnegan and Sergeant Troy Haley talk about the strains that deployment puts on marriages and families.

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Michael Patrick King

Michael Patrick King, director, writer and producer of the “Sex and the City” series on HBO and the movies, discusses the latest movie, Sex and the City 2, which opens May 27.

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"Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play "

Mark Wing-Davey, director of “Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play,” and T. Ryder Smith, who plays Queen Elizabeth, Hitler and Ronald Reagan, discuss the play.

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Artifacts at Brooklyn Museum Update

We recently spoke with Atlantic writer John Freeman Gill and art dealer Ivan Karp about the disappearance of architectural sculpture in New York and what's happened to the collection at the Brooklyn Museum. Dr. Teresa Carbone is sculpture garden curator at the Brooklyn Museum. She responds to their interview.

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Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Kai Bird  discusses growing up in America during three major wars and three turbulent decades in the Middle East.

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