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Culture Gabfest: Cool Cats and Kittens


This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf is joined by Slate senior editor Sam Adams and Slate podcast producer Daniel Schroeder discuss the wildness of Tiger King. Then, Steve teams back up with Dana Stevens and Julia Turner to talk about one of his favorite comfort watches: Paddington 2. Finally, the panel analyzes celebrity in the age of coronavirus by exploring the two recent telethons respectively hosted by Elton John and James Corden...


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Hit Parade: La Vida Loca Edición


Hit Parade takes you back to the turn of the millennium when, for a couple of years, it seemed like a Latin pop star was topping Billboard’ Hot 100 every few weeks: Ricky Martin. Jennifer Lopez. Enrique Iglesias. Marc Anthony. Carlos Santana. Shakira. This wave of Latin crossover was hard-fought and a long time coming—from “La Bamba” to “Macarena,” Spanish-language hits in the 20th century had been treated like novelties by record buyers and radio programmers...


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Spoiler Specials: Star Trek: Picard


Three Trekkies spoil the newest installment in the sci-fi franchise.


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Thirst Aid Kit: Maximum UST


Unresolved Sexual Tension is the key ingredient for onscreen sparks.


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Culture Gabfest: Walking into the Abyss


This week on the Culture Gabfest, Dana Stevens rejoins Stephen Metcalf and Julia Turner from her book leave for a few segments. First, Steve and Dana chat with Slate’s books and culture columnist Laura Miller about The Plot Against America. Next, Steve, Dana, and Julia talk about the power of walking, particularly in this time of quarantine, and the literary history that precedes the activity...


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Flashback: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)


The psychological melodrama starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford became legendary for its campiness.


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Decoder Ring: Rubber Duckie


How did the humble rubber duck become an icon of bath time?


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Thirst Aid Kit: Thirst Buckets Galore!


Thirsty listeners get their time to shine.


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Sponsored: The Power of Mentorship with Chefs Gavin Kaysen & Chris Nye


In this episode, host Julie Gurner talks to a fascinating mentor-mentee pair who have become successful collaborators in the culinary world: Chef and Restaurateur Gavin Kaysen and Executive Chef Chris Nye.  Gavin Kaysen is a two-time James Beard Award-winning chef and owner of Soigné Hospitality Group. When he was starting his career in New York City, Gavin worked under world-renowned chef Daniel Boulud who became his mentor...


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Culture Gabfest: Viral Songs and Quarantine Culture


This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf, Julia Turner, and guest host and Slate staff writer Dan Kois talk about the film Spenser Confidential, starring Mark Wahlberg on Netflix. Next, they discuss Reply All’s recent episode “The Case of the Missing Hit.” Finally, the panel is joined by Dana Stevens to lay out how they approach culture during this time of quarantine...


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