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Music From The Show

Do Make Say Think, “Say”
Grizzly Bear, “Sleeping Ute”
Pinback, “Lyon”
This American Analog Set, “The Cool Kids Keep”
Tortoise, “Glass Museum”
June Of 44, “Shadow Pugilist”
The Pixies, “Wave Of Mutalation”
Wife, “Bodies”
Elliot Smith, “Needle In The Hay”
Georges Bizet, “Habanera” (aria from the opera “Carmen)
Battles, “Futra”

Mister Lies, “Ashore”
Bon Iver, “For Emma”
Pinback, “Fortress”
Notorious BIG, “The What”
Lifeformed, “Elvish Piper Academy”
Blur, “Country Sad Ballad Man”
OneOhTrixPointNever,”Behind The Banks”
Nirvana, “Love Buzz”
Slightly Stoopid, “2am”

From “Hip Hop Community Responds To Ferguson“:

Lauryn Hill, “Black Rage (sketch)”
J. Cole, “Be Free”
MC Keem, “Frontline”


Robin and Jeremy

Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson host Here & Now, a live two-hour production of NPR and WBUR Boston.

November 24 24 Comments

Jose Antonio Vargas May Soon Become Documented Immigrant

The activist and journalist is one of the undocumented immigrants expected to receive protection from deportation.

November 24 7 Comments

Doctor: Hard-To-Abuse Painkillers Won’t Fix Overdose Crisis

There's a question of whether the new technology of addictive painkillers will help stem the epidemic or help fuel it.

November 21 5 Comments

Students Protest University Of California Tuition Hikes

In spite of protests on University of California campuses, the board voted to hike tuitions by about 5 percent every year for the next five years.

November 20 3 Comments

The Man Behind ‘Mockingjay’

Francis Lawrence describes the rewards and challenges of bringing "The Hunger Games" books to the screen.