Tamar Charney

Tamar Charney appears in the following:

The Stories NPR One Listeners Loved The Most In 2016

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Listeners of our NPR One app rated these 10 stories as the most liked, recommended and shared in 2016.

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The Secret Sauce Behind NPR One: An Editorially Responsible Algorithm

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

While algorithms have been blamed for fostering "bubbles" where you read, and hear only the things that reflect your world view, we use the NPR One algorithm to ensure that you get editorial balance.

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Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, October 23, 2004

Recently several orchestras have built themselves glorious new performance halls, like Frank Gehry’s Disney Hall in L.A. and Rafael Viñoly’s Kimmel center in Philadelphia. But even a super-duper new hall doesn’t guarantee that an orchestra will break even. Last season the Detroit Symphony inaugurated its brand-new performing arts ...

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Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, May 29, 2004

Recently several orchestras have built themselves glorious new performance halls, like Frank Gehry’s Disney Hall in L.A. and Rafael Viñoly’s Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. But even a super-duper new hall doesn’t guarantee that an orchestra will break even. The Detroit Symphony has its brand-new performing arts complex called the Max ...

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Ladislav Hanka

Saturday, May 03, 2003

A Michigan artist finds mortality at the edge of a lake. Produced by Tamar Charney.

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Michigan Central Depot

Saturday, October 12, 2002

A decaying, abandoned train station stands on the southwestern edge of downtown Detroit. It was built in 1913 as an opulent monument to the future of the city, but now memorializes Detroit's industrial ruin. The photographer Robert Polidori and the poet and urban planner Kristin Palm each look at what ...

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Michigan Central Depot

Saturday, May 18, 2002

A decaying, abandoned train station stands on the southwestern edge of downtown Detroit. It was built in 1913 as an opulent monument to the future of the city, but now memorializes Detroit's industrial ruin. The photographer Robert Polidori and the poet and urban planner Kristin Palm each look at what ...

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