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Join WHYY's The Pulse and the Annals of Internal Medicine for Stories from the Heart, an intimate Story Slam event where physicians and patients share personal accounts of heartbreak, healing, and hope related to their interactions with medicine.
LIVE HOUR: For this special edition of Radio Times, Marty talks with Michael Lewis, best-selling author of The Big Short, Moneyball, and The Blind Side.
Join WHYY for a members-only high tea reception with guided tours of Cairnwood Estate’s historic gowns and Christmas exhibition, “Variations in Vintage Velvet: Pile, Pattern and Plush c. 1882-1940.”
Wish you could get Terry’s insight on a current issue? Or interested in learning more about the art of interviewing? Join us for a town hall where Fresh Air fans get to run the interview.
Prepare to be wowed as Julia and Bridget demonstrate a series of clever tips for food prep, cleaning, organizing, entertaining, transporting food and last-minute substitutions to help home cooks do it all with what’s already on hand.
As host and senior editor of Marketplace, Kai Ryssdal is one of the most recognizable voices in the country. Each day he translates valuable business and economic news for millions of listeners, from Wall Street to the Oval Office. Join Kai Ryssdal and WHYY's Jennifer Lynn for a lunchtime conversation about the economic outlook for the United States with Donald Trump as President.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The second film in our series is The Bad Kids.
WHYY invites you to an evening of elegance and music. Guests will enjoy a performance by today’s finest, young classical musicians, a sparkly conversation with "On Stage at Curtis" Producer Lillian Paulmier and a sumptuous three-course meal.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The third film in our series is The Best and Most Beautiful Things.
The Moth is coming to Philadelphia! Join WHYY for a night of storytelling.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The fourth film in our series is Real Boy.