Canadian country music star Brett Kissel drops by the q studio to perform some new songs from his latest album, Now or Never. Canadian artist Rajni Perera explains how science fiction influences her work, and why depicting black and brown women is so central to her practice. Writer Suzannah Showler unpacks what The Bachelor franchise tells us about our ideas on dating, romance and North American identity. Our fashion columnist Mosha Lundström Halbert discusses the cancellation of this year’s Toronto Fashion Week, and how it could impact the Canadian fashion industry.
Brett Kissel drops by the q studio to perform some new songs from his latest album, Now or Never.
One prescription drug is keeping some addicts from dying. So why isn’t it more widespread? A story of regulation, stigma, and the potentially fatal faith in abstinence.
On the Gist, revisiting the travel ban.In the interview, we talk with Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes, the editors of Lawfare, about their new book, Unmaking the Presidency: Donald Trump’s War on the World’s Most Powerful Office. They discuss the precedents that Trump has broken as POTUS and paint a stark picture of the future of the executive office if he is re-elected.In the spiel, “a bunch of dopes and babies.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our friends at Throughline dive into the life of Vladimir Putin and try to understand how he became Russia’s new “tsar.” | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
This week’s episode was recorded LIVE in Atlanta Georgia at the Variety Playhouse in 2019. First up, “Clothing Arguments.” Brian files suit against his wife Kelly. When Brian is folding laundry, he places the folded clothes in piles around the house…
Tekki Lomnicki stops by Reset to discuss how she uses storytelling to break down barriers between people with and without disabilities.
Benjamen Walker the podcaster sometimes receives emails meant for Benjamin Walker the actor. A few weeks ago your host recieved an email inviting Benjamen Walker to Saudi Arabia
The hosts of the podcast Chewing stop by Reset to discuss the history of Chinese food in Chicago and foods to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
The Brazilian federal government on Tuesday revealed charges of cybercrimes against Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Glenn Greenwald, for his alleged role in the leaking of explosive messages written by high-ranking law enforcement officials. Press free