Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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The New Pornographers Return With A 'Celebration Record' That's Fun To Figure Out
Brill Bruisers is a collection of lushly arranged and harmonized pop. While Neko Case, Dan Bejar and A.C. Newman make moody music individually, there's a brightness when they come together.
Campaign Expert Neil Oxman Talks About How He Makes Political Ads
Oxman is the founder of The Campaign Group, which has managed ad campaigns for more than 700 races around the country. Ahead of the Congressional elections, he talks about what works and what doesn't.
'10:04': A Strange, Spectacular Novel Connecting Several Plotlines
Ben Lerner's new novel is about a writer who gets an advance for a second work of fiction, is diagnosed with an aortic heart valve problem and agrees to be the sperm donor for a close friend.
Nevada Likely To Become Home To Tesla's Battery Factory
Several states, including California and Texas, are in competition for the so-called Gigafactory, which is expected to employ as many as 6,500 workers. They will make lithium ion batteries.
NYPD Officers Sent To Twitter School
The New York City Police Department is forcing some cops to enroll in Social Media 101, following several snafus. A memo handed out at the first session reminded them to use common sense.
What Can NATO Do To Stop Russia's Moves Into Ukraine?
David Greene talks to General Philip Breedlove, NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, about the NATO summit and how to handle the crisis in Ukraine.
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