Written and directed by Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab, “Amira” may be the most controversial film presented in this year’s Wisconsin Film Festival—not for Madisonians necessarily but for Arab people and, especially, Palestinians. Esty Dinur reviews.
Bitcoin legal tender in El Salvador. It uses more electricity than Finland. People are spending 2 million dollars on “Bored Ape Yacht Club” NFTs. Ukraine received millions in crypto currency […]
All eyes have been on Ukraine since Russia began its invasion of the country last month. The media has been covering it extensively, and Americans are showing solidarity and support […]
Today on the show, Anishinaabe and Cherokee writer Chris Stark shares excerpts from and discusses her new novel, Carnival Lights, which deals with topics like sexual assault, Missing and Murdered […]
It’s long been the belief that humans have five senses: touch, sight, hearing, taste, and smell. But what if we told you there are more? In her new book Sentient, […]
For today’s show, Friday host Esty Dinur speaks with historian Gregg Mitman about his new book, Empire of Rubber, “an ambitious and shocking exposé of America’s hidden empire in Liberia, […]