World Cafe with host David Dye serves up an eclectic mix of music from blues, rock, and world, to folk and alternative country, with live performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.
Download a new track from the Ypsilanti, Mich., indie-pop trio. The band's third record, Blonde Album, features heavy synths and catchy piano parts, which form unexpectedly charming pop tunes when combined with Leah Diehl's chirpy vocals and brooding lyrics.
Hogan, who's sung backup for Neko Case, Andrew Bird and others, tells World Cafe host David Dye how she finally got her own record deal — and recruited more than 40 musicians to help with her new solo album, I Like to Keep Myself in Pain.
The legendary screenwriter, producer, director and entertainer whose name has become synonymous with American comedy, talks about his penchant for spoofs and his decades-long friendship with Carl Reiner. Brooks is the subject of a new American Masters documentary that premieres May 20 on PBS.
More and more gardeners are bypassing the local nursery and instead starting their veggies from seed. Seeds are often cheaper and they give growers a bigger choice of varieties. At a community garden in Venice, Calif., students learn the ins and outs of gardening from scratch.
Prominent women such as Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer are proving that women are finding their place at the table. But in an op-ed for The New York Times, former programmer Ellen Ullman argues that women in the field today face "a new, more virile and virulent sexism."
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