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The B&N Podcast: Michael Eric Dyson on an American Icon

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The B&N Podcast: Michael Eric Dyson on an American Icon

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The bestselling author of "Tears We Cannot Stop" joins us to talk about the innovations and artistry of hip hop icon Jay-Z-- and what looking at his career and life tells us about America in...
The B&N Podcast: Flea on the Music of the Streets and the Call of the Spirit

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The B&N Podcast: Flea on the Music of the Streets and the Call of the Spirit

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As the bassist for alt-rock superstars The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Flea was a defining figure in the alt-rock scene of the 1980s and 90s. He joins us to talk about his unfettered new memoir of...
The B&N Podcast: Julie Andrews with Emma Walton Hamilton on Home Work

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The B&N Podcast: Julie Andrews with Emma Walton Hamilton on Home Work

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We talk with screen icon Julie Andrews about her engrossing new memoir "Home Work" -- and we're joined in the conversation by her daughter and co-author Emma Walton Hamilton!
The B&N Podcast: Shea Serrano on the Art of the List

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The B&N Podcast: Shea Serrano on the Art of the List

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The author of "Movies (and Other Things)" returns to talk about the things he loves in movies (and other things) and what makes them important to us all.
The B&N Podcast: Common on a Love Supreme

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The B&N Podcast: Common on a Love Supreme

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The rapper, actor, activist and writer joins us to talk about grappling with trauma, the music that inspires him, and much more from his new memoir "Let Love Have the Last Word."
Handel in London: The Making of a Genius

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Handel in London: The Making of a Genius

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The German-born composer found his greatest audience in Britain's capital -- even if they were suspicious of his Italian-language operas.
Gary Giddins on Bing Crosby and Swinging on a Star

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Gary Giddins on Bing Crosby and Swinging on a Star

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The legendary jazz critic talks about the second volume of his epic life of Bing Crosby, and why he was for a time America's most beloved star....
The B&N Podcast: Questlove

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The B&N Podcast: Questlove

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The co-leader of The Roots and author of "Mo' Meta Blues" joins us to talk about where life meets art in his new book "Creative Quest."
Unmasked: A Memoir

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Unmasked: A Memoir

Reviewed by Julia M. Klein ×

The "maximalist" composer who reshaped musical theater offers a peek behind the curtain.
Beethoven’s Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony

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Beethoven’s Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony

Reviewed by Michael O'Donnell ×

Beethoven's 3rd symphony was a seismic event in the history of music, and its impact can still be felt.
They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us

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They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us

Reviewed by Robert Christgau ×

A poet and music critic's boundary-smashing new collection proves to be one of the year's most vital documents on an America in crisis.
Lou Reed: A Life

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Lou Reed: A Life

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A new biography of the musician and cultural icon attempts to give us the man beyond the myth of "Heroin" and "Walk on the Wild Side." Review by Tom Carson.