Weekend All Things Considered

Weekends at 4pm
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3:59pm

Sun September 22, 2013
Author Interviews

'Hollywood Said No,' But 'Mr. Show' Fans Said Yes!

Originally published on Sun September 22, 2013 5:19 pm

From left, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross co-created the sketch comedy series Mr. Show. They have since played long-running roles on Breaking Bad and Arrested Development, respectively.
Sharon Alagna Courtesy of Grand Central Publishing

1:17pm

Sun September 22, 2013
Music Interviews

?uestlove And Elvis Costello On Writing Together

Originally published on Mon September 23, 2013 8:34 am

?uestlove and The Roots play backing band to Elvis Costello on the new collaborative album Wise Up Ghost.
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4:45pm

Sat September 21, 2013
Music News

Walking The Sunset Strip, A Fading Beacon Of Cool

The Whisky a Go Go club on the storied Sunset Strip, once the hub L.A.'s music scene, acknowledged the May 2013 death of The Doors' keyboardist on its marquee: "Rest In Peace Ray Manzarek, Thanks for the Memories."
Jason Kempin Getty Images

In a city with 6,500 miles of blacktop, one stretch of road might be the most legendary in Los Angeles: the Sunset Strip. It's where the vibrant L.A. music got its vibe; imagine The Doors blaring through the gates of one club and The Byrds softly strumming just a few doors down. From one decade to the next, from folk to metal to hip-hop, iconic music was born there.

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4:03pm

Sat September 21, 2013
Media

Westerly Weekends: 'All Things Considered' Shifts Viewpoint

Originally published on Sat September 21, 2013 4:45 pm

The weekend broadcast of All Things Considered has moved to Los Angeles. This view of the city comes from from Griffith Observatory.
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Like many pioneers before it, All Things Considered has moved west. On Saturdays and Sundays, the show will air from NPR studios in Culver City, Calif., with a new host, Arun Rath.

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4:03pm

Sat September 21, 2013
Pop Culture

An Introduction To What's New And What's Next

Originally published on Sat September 21, 2013 4:45 pm

A Japanese micro-bar only has room for four customers at a time.
Will Robb

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