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Detroit Public Television interviews music producer Don Was. He is discussing his career and involvement in the new PBS series Soundbreaking.
Watch the premiere of #Soundbreaking on November 14 at 10/9c
LIVE: WDET 101.9FM's Ann Delisi interviews Don Was! Discussing his career and involvement in the new PBS series Soundbreaking. Watch the premiere of #Soundbreaking on November 14 at 10/9c
October 25, 2016 at 12:07 am
Ryan and Amy Green's son Joel has terminal cancer. Ryan, an indie video game developer, is building a poetic, autobiographical video game to document his experiences raising a dying child, and to honor Joel while he is still alive. The "unimaginably intimate" Thank You For Playing will make you reexamine your own assumptions about bereavement, technology and video games. Tune in tonight at 10/9c on POV.
October 24, 2016 at 10:00 pm
It’s always nice to see artistic collaborations. Furniture maker Jason Fierst and ceramic artist Kelly Justice recently teamed up for an exhibit with the theme ‘Setting the Table.’
From local PBS station WXXI
Main Street Arts paired ceramic artists and furniture makers for a collaborative show called, Setting the Table. Who knew artists Kelly Brenner Justice and Jason Frederick Fierst would come at it with such open minds! #wxxiarts
October 24, 2016 at 9:00 pm
Over the weekend, Gordon Hamilton—a glaciologist at the University of Maine—died while doing field work in Antarctica. NOVA l PBS is deeply saddened by the loss.
Here's his obituary in The New York Times: http://to.pbs.org/2eLtcrn
One of NOVA's digital producers, Ari Daniel, had the opportunity to report on Hamilton's work in Greenland two summers ago. He says, "Gordon was certainly a first-rate scientist. But he was also such a kind, warm, and generous man. I'm honored to have gotten to know him, and see him in his element."
Meet Helheim, a glacier of exquisite beauty that Hamilton knew well. (From NOVA l PBS)
October 24, 2016 at 6:41 pm
(See it tonight on POV at 10/9c) Thank You For Playing combines footage from both the Green family's real and animated worlds to follow their journey of encoding their life into an experience that is "playable" by others. A testimony to the empathetic power of art, the film examines how we process grief through technology in the twenty-first century and the implications of documenting profound human experiences in a new artistic medium: the video game.
October 24, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Nebraska is one of the reddest of red states. It hasn’t voted statewide for a Democrat for President in over fifty years. So how can the minority party rise from the mat and become relevant in state politics? Enter Jane Fleming Kleeb. politicalpostcards.org #politicalpostcards
October 24, 2016 at 2:00 pm
When one-year-old Joel is diagnosed with terminal cancer, his father Ryan begins working on an unusual and poetic video game to honor Joel's life. Following Ryan's family through the creation of That Dragon, Cancer. and the day-to-day realities of Joel's treatment, Thank You For Playing is a moving testimony to the empathetic power of art. See the deeply moving documentary TONIGHT at 10/9c on POV.
October 24, 2016 at 12:23 pm
Donald Trump's campaign bluntly acknowledged Sunday that the real estate mogul is trailing Hillary Clinton as the presidential race hurdles toward a close (From PBS NewsHour)
October 24, 2016 at 10:12 am
Column: We miss a lot by ignoring the shadow economies that exist all over the world. (From PBS NewsHour)
We miss a lot by ignoring the shadow economies that exist all over the world.
October 24, 2016 at 2:00 am
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