Trump Won’t Certify The Iran Deal. What’s Next?, World History Moment: Medieval Origins Of Friday The 13th, Milos Stehlik Interviews Director Éva Gárdos On Her Film 'Budapest Noir,' And Weekend Passport: Mariachi Music Passes Down Through Generations
On today's show:
- This morning, President Trump decertified Iran’s compliance with an Obama Administration deal to curb the country’s nuclear program, and we discuss it with Ahmad Sadri, professor of sociology and anthropology at Lake Forest College.
- Historian John Schmidt discusses the 1307 Western European event he says may very well have been the origin of our Friday the 13th superstition.
- Milos Stehlik, WBEZ film contributor and director at Facets, chats with Hungarian filmmaker Éva Gárdos about her new movie, Budapest Noir.
- The Chicago Symphony Orchestra welcomes Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán this weekend, known as the "Greatest Mariachi in the World," and global citizen Nari Safavi clues us into more global events to check out this weekend.