Before joining Studio 360 in 2018, Lauren was the executive editor of multimedia at TheWeek.com where she created the site’s short-form newsy podcasts, including “This Week I Learned,” which she hosted. She previously worked at the BBC and Frontline. She knows a thing or two about pretty pictures, Seinfeld, and diagnosing the Home Alone burglars’ injuries. A graduate of Kenyon College and Northwestern University, she has been a public-radio devotee since the days of sitting in the back-back of her parents’ station wagon.
The former “Family Ties” actress takes an unflinching look at her one-time fame and our national obsession with getting those 15 minutes in her book, “Fame: The Hijacking of Reality.”
In the darkly satirical new book “Boomer1,” desperate millennials threaten baby boomers to retire … or else.
The posterboy for Gen X on playing a grandfather, directing musicians and a career spent swimming against the tide.
Everybody listens when you make it sound pretty.
There’s still plenty of people to agitate.
Cleveland welcomes more than 100 global artists into 28 venues for an ambitious city-wide art takeover.
“When I first came down here, I was astonished by how nature wanted to kill you at every turn.” Author Lauren Groff on writing and surviving in Florida.
The messy art of political speechifying at the Oscars.
Understanding a mother’s mental illness through photography.