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Train passing trough Cresson, PA
Our Town

Cresson

Posted on August 25, 2016

Volunteer storytellers from Cresson share stories about a love for singing, their schools and libraries, reading and sports programs, ambulance and fire departments, and the joys of train watching. Continue »

 

Cover of Zero K
WPSU's BookMark

“Zero K” By Don DeLillo

Posted on August 11, 2016

Here is the guiding question to Don DeLillo’s newest book, Zero K: “We were born without choosing to be. Should we have to die in the same manner?” This futuristic novel is not so much a whirlwind as it is a gradual, reflective sweep of humanity and mortality through metaphysics, bioethics, language and technology. Continue »

 

Talia Cowen
WPSU's This I Believe

I Believe In Asking Questions

Posted on July 25, 2016

I have this friend who gets to know people by interrogating them. It’s as intense as it sounds. She starts with the basics: “Where did you grow up?” “What’s your favorite movie?” “What’s your favorite color?” But it quickly gets more and more obscure. Continue »

 

NFL Hall of Famer, Harry Carson.
Take Note

Harry Carson, Captain for Life

Posted on July 22, 2016

NFL Hall of Famer Harry Carson played 13 years with the New York Giants, 10 of them as team captain. We’ll talk with him about his hard-hitting career as inside line backer, about living with post-concussion syndrome, and about why he says if he could, he wouldn’t do it all over again. Continue »