Hollie McNish talks to NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her new memoir and why “the wrong things are taboo in our society.” (LANGUAGE WARNING: “God damn” is bleeped five times throughout the segment.)
After she realized there weren’t enough girl superheroes in the world, Cynthia Leonor Garza created one. She talks with NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her new book, Lucia the Luchadora.
Becky Aikman’s new book is a fierce, funny chronicle of the making of Thelma & Louise — the Hollywood forces arrayed against it, and the effect it had on the industry on both sides of the camera. (Image credit: )
Inspired by ancient Native American structures, architect Mary Colter’s rustic buildings blended in – physically and culturally with their settings, spawning an architectural movement used in parks across the U.S.
Mary Colter was the visionary designer behind the Grand Canyon’s most recognizable buildings. Drawing on ancient Native American structures for inspiration, Colter (one of a handful of female architects in her day) created buildings that blended in with their settings, physically and culturally, and spawned an architectural movement – National …
In this web exclusive, the singer-songwriter talks about his rebellious adolescence in Indiana; the creativity behind his music and art; why he continues to smoke; and how his grandmother spoiled him for other women