Full episode - January 31, 2019
Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño.
How Natasha Wimmer translates Bolaño, plus theater about gynecology’s unconscionable founder, and fine art made of carpet.
Full story - January 31, 2019
Translator Natasha Wimmer, the book cover for “The Spirit of Science Fiction” and the author Roberto Bolaño.
How translator Natasha Wimmer brought Roberto Bolaño posthumous fame.
Full story - January 31, 2019
Joel Ripka and Naomi Lorrain in “Behind the Sheet.”
Imagining the women who paid the price for a medical breakthrough.
Full story - January 31, 2019
Jessica Campbell
Art made out of carpet that is full of contradictions.
Full story - January 25, 2019
NY Icons
Tell us your pick for a New York Icon that's become part of our national consciousness. We might choose to do an episode about it!
Full episode - January 24, 2019
Body movin’.
Dance, movement and the music that moves you to dance.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Choreographer Donald Byrd.
As he turns 70, the Seattle-based choreographer continues to provoke conversations through his art.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Elizabeth Streb
Choreographer Elizabeth Streb takes dance to gravity-defying extremes.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Mercedes Seaer and Lonnie Poupard, Jr. in "4Chambers."
Jody Oberfelder’s “4Chambers” is part dance — and part science project.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Celia Cruz, 1957.
As Latin music was fading from popular culture, a blend of Caribbean rhythms going by the name salsa got a new generation dancing.