Ray and Joan is about many things: mid-20th century US cultural history; post-WW2 emergence of fast food culture; addiction and its impact on the family; addiction treatment (the early days of, in particular;) philanthropy that precedes the grandeur of Buffett and Gates; the no-nukes movement of the 80s; the San Diego Padres; the mass media’s influence on all of the above, and, most importantly of all, the complexity of marriage. Lisa Napoli was among the first journalists to cover the digital age as a staff reporter and columnist for The New York Times and its CyberTimes. She was an on-air technology reporter and columnist for MSNBC and as a host and reporter for public radio’s Marketplace; and an arts reporter at KCRW.
Sen. Claire McCaskill was the first woman from Missouri elected as a United States senator in 2006 and continues to serve in that position today.
“Senator McCaskill is a role model for women who aspire to win on their own terms. Plenty Ladylike is a powerful, unapologetic primer on the successful exercise of real power and what it takes to get it, keep it, and use it. This is a brilliant memoir that nearly explodes with encouragement for women on how to achieve their dreams.” —Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of Lean InRead More
Here’s the video from our event with Salman Rushdie discussing his memoir, Joseph Anton, with NPR’s Karen Grigsby Bates. Event was held September 23rd at the William Turner Gallery at Bergamot Station Arts Center. Salman Rushdie in conversation with Karen Grigsby Bates from Ted Habte-Gabr on Vimeo.Read More