For operators Terrance and Terri Wiley, building a coffee shop that encourages creativity and exploration has long been a goal.
3 months ago
It can be difficult and awkward to find a groove with new friends as an adult. We'll talk about how to make, and keep, new friends at any age. Plus, NPR host Ari Shapiro.
Air Date: August 24, 2023Listen 50:02
The historic book will help the museum show how the long tail of Revolutionary ideology carried through generations after the war.
4 months ago
Why are some rural communities so deeply disadvantage? A conversation about some of the poorest places in America with Princeton University's Kathryn Edin and Timothy Nelson.
Air Date: August 18, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:32
In his new book, award-winning author James McBride pairs a page-turning murder mystery set in Pottstown, P.a. with a powerful story of compassion, community and love.
Air Date: August 11, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:15
Jeopardy! host and former champion Ken Jennings' new book is an offbeat and hilarious guide to the afterlife. He joins us to talk about '100 Places to See After You Die.'
Air Date: August 10, 2023 12:00 pmListen 49:45
Several Shakespeare plays use suggestive puns and innuendo, and it is implied that the protagonists have had premarital sex in “Romeo and Juliet.”
4 months ago
The economy is on the upswing. We'll break down the latest on inflation, interest rates and more. Then, the hilarious new essay collection from writer R. Eric Thomas.
Air Date: August 8, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:02
Kwame Alexander on his new memoir, Why Fathers Cry at Night. Then, being Philly foodies with local James Beard winners Ellen Yin (Fork) and Nok Suntaranon (Kalaya).
Air Date: August 3, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:02
Writer Jeanette Winterson explores artificial intelligence and how it may change our lives, relationships, sex, religion -- even death.
Air Date: July 28, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:37
The case for like…um…keeping bad English, slang and filler words in our conversations. We'll also talk about the life of Josephine Baker and school funding in Pa.
Air Date: July 25, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:09
Temple psychologist Laurence Steinberg on the changing relationship between parents and adult children.
Air Date: July 21, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:00
The Pew Charitable Trusts also gave $850,000 to Drexel University to conserve Philadelphia's historical archive and make it accessible.
5 months ago
Philly native musician Amos Lee plays live. Plus, the story of Eleanor Roosevelt's secret journey during WWII. Also get the latest on the Montgomery County train derailment.
Air Date: July 18, 2023 12:00 pmListen 50:06