All of It

By WNYC

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Leonard Lopate hosts the conversation New Yorkers turn to each afternoon for insight into contemporary art, theater, and literature, plus expert tips about the ever-important lunchtime topic: food.


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The Latest Gothamist News, Mike Birbiglia, 'Flash Back Fridays: Party Like It's 1999!'

We like to say that this show is all about culture.. and the culture. And our colleagues at Gothamist, our partner site, are also capturing the culture and stories of New York City, so we have invited a few of the reporters and writers at Gothamist to talk about the big stories they have their eyes on. Jake Offenhartz is a reporter at Gothamist and Ben Yakas is the culture editor for the site.   REBROADCAST: Mike Birbiglia (at 12:30) joins us to discuss his new Broadway show, “The New One,” which closes January 20 at the Cort Theatre at 138 W. 48th St.   This year everything from 1999 is officially 20 years old. We’d like to celebrate this lovely fact by introducing our new series, "Flash Back Fridays: Party Like It's 1999!" Every week we’ll take a look at all the gifts and cultural moments that the year 1999 gave us. For the first installment of our new series, actor Steve Zahn and Stephan Paternot, (at 32:56) the co-founder of TheGlobe.com (which was the first social networking site before Facebook), joins us to discuss the new National Geographic series, “Valley of the Boom,” which premieres on January 13. This series tells the true inside story of the internet’s fascinating formative years, including the story of Pixelon founder, Michael Fenne (played by Zahn), a convicted con man who was propping up his company with elaborate lies and a technology that didn’t work.    

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Advice for the Disorganized, DNA Testing Problems, Hilma af Klint's Abstractions

For today's "Ask an Expert" segment, Linda Samuels, a professional organizer, former president of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, and author of the book, The Other Side of Organized, joins us to offer advice on how to achieve new year organizing goals and and answer questions about listeners' organizing needs. We will also have a call-in giveaway live on-air!*   Dr. Catharine Wang, (24:40) associate professor of community health sciences at Boston University, joins us to explain her recent article for The Conversation titled, “Recreational ancestry DNA testing may reveal more than consumers bargained for.”   Curator Tracey Bashkoff (39:50) joins us to discuss the current show at the Guggenheim, "Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future." The show is changing the way the art world regards abstract art, as af Klint's paintngs foray into true abstraction years earlier than the most famous abstract painters. The show represents the largest exhibition of af Klint’s work to ever to show in the U.S. and runs until April 23.     *Giveaway details:  HOW TO ENTER: Call in to All of It when prompted during the show on January 4, 2014 at the following telephone number: 212.433.9692. No purchase or pledge necessary. Entrant is responsible for any telephone or messaging charges incurred. ELIGIBILITY: Anyone 18 years of age or older who is a resident of the 48 contiguous United States can enter the Giveaway except employees of WNYC and its related organizations, their immediate family or persons living in the same household. Void where prohibited by law. SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION OF WINNER: There will be 10 winners, who will be the first 10 eligible callers to dial in during the entry period and connect with WNYC. One winner per household. Winner will be responsible for providing contact information to WNYC during the call in which they enter. The chances of winning are dependent upon the number of entries. A list with the winners' names will be kept on file at New York Public Radio and are available by writing All of It with Alison Stewart c/o WNYC, 160 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013 or emailing listenerservices@newyorkpublicradio.org GENERAL: By participating in Giveaways, participants agree to the Official Rules, and that NYPR, its agents and employees will have no liability whatsoever for any injuries, losses, or damages of any kind resulting from their use of the prize or their participation in the Giveaway. Prize is nontransferable and cannot be exchanged for cash. There can be no substitutions for a prize. New York Public Radio may use winners’ names for publicity purposes without further compensation. Taxes and expenses as a result of winning each prize are the responsibility of the winner. New York Public Radio will not disclose any address, phone number, or email contact information without permission from the contest entrants unless otherwise noted in the Giveaway description. RESTRICTIONS: Restrictions may apply. One entry per person. Anyone who enters multiple times may be disqualified.

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Flashback Friday: Party Lik...

01.18.2019

For the next installment of our "Flashback Friday: Party Like It’s 1999" series, Matt Zoller Seitz, editor-at-large at RogerEbert.com and the television critic for New York magazine and Vulture, and Alan Sepinwall, chief TV critic for Rolling Stone, who wrote ...