Anorexia and bulimia - those twin eating disorders that seem so common and maybe even just a phase for a teenage girl – are actually the deadliest mental illnesses in America. Cultivating an eating disorder can create issues that can last a lifetime. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
To play Richard Jewell, Paul Walter Hauser knew he needed to tap into a part of himself he thought he left behind in Saginaw, Michigan. Paul and Marc talk about his Christian upbringing as the son of a Lutheran pastor, the importance of faith in his life today, how show business initially beat him down and kicked him back to his home town, and how he got back in the game with an emotional audition that changed everything. They also talk about his performances in I, Tonya and Blackkklansman. This episode is sponsored by the Watchmen Podcast, SimpliSafe and American Express.
Fashion designer Anna Sui reflects on her incredible career and how an encounter with Madonna changed everything for her. Throat singer and electronic music artist Riit performs live in the q studio. The life of soul music icon Curtis Mayfield is told through the words of his son, Todd Mayfield. Author and poet Morgan Parker talks about her two most recent books, a YA novel called Who Put This Song On? and a poetry collection called Magical Negro.
Bands including the Beatles and the New York Dolls inspired legendary designer Anna Sui, whose work is the subject of a major design retrospective at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design.
Morgan Parker: The author reread her teenage diaries to write her new young adult novel, Who Put Thi
Author and poet Morgan Parker joined Tom Power in the q studio to talk about her two most recent books, a YA novel called Who Put This Song On? and a poetry collection called Magical Negro.
This week’s Thursday Headliner is Inuk musician Riit. She dropped by the q studio to perform some new songs from her debut album, ataataga.
Every year, Americans short the I.R.S. nearly half a trillion dollars. Most ideas to increase compliance are more stick than carrot — scary letters, audits, and penalties. But what if we gave taxpayers a chance to allocate how their money is spent, or even bribed them with a thank-you gift?
On the Gist, the problem with democracies.In the interview, Benjamin Wittes of the Brookings Institution and Lawfare is on the phone with Mike today to talk about Devin Nunes’ memo from 2017 in light of the recent Inspector General’s report. What did Nunes get right and wrong? And was it enough to let us stop calling him a nincompoop?In the spiel, McKinsey and Pete Buttigieg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The story of teleportation’s First Man.
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