Watsky and How to Ruin Everything
The performance poet turned rapper Watsky pulls no punches in his first collection of essays. All of his writings are characterized by witty wordplay and disarming honesty.
The Sound of Philadelphia
It’s said that the City of Brotherly Love has had for years its own distinctive musical color. But is the Sound of Philadelphia a myth, a memory, or magic?
Ian Brennan and the Democratization of Music
Ian Brennan believes that the cultural colonization of the world by those of us who sing and speak in English needs redress.
By: Kevin McElvaney Today’s hit singles can be purchased individually through any number of digital services (such as iTunes and Amazon). But the chart-toppers of yesteryear were rarely released as […]
By: Tori Marchiony In the 1960s, Vidal Sassoon changed hairstyling forever. Responsible for cuts still seen on red carpets and runways today, his approach empowered women during an era that […]
Xenia Rubinos Xenia Rubinos’ complex music is infused with simple messages about big ideas. Worth The factors that contribute to the price of a work of art go way beyond […]
Author Paul Beatty is known for a prose style that pulls no punches, as well as his frank, yet humorous approach to race relations. Now, thanks to his 2015 satirical […]
Articulate with Jim Cotter is an Emmy Award winning magazine show that examines the human condition as expressed through culture and creativity. From ballet to busking, and grand opera to gaming, Articulate invites viewers to engage with the unfamiliar to discover truths common to us all.
Articulate is funded by a generous grant from the Neubauer Family Foundation.
Jim Cotter is an award-winning journalist with more than 30 years of broadcast experience. Cotter's career began in his native Ireland and continued in the U.K. at BBC Radio Wales and the BBC World Service. His reporting has since taken him across Europe, Asia, and North America.