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Sep 9, 2018

I lived in a pretty male-centric world most of my life, idolizing certain baseball players, rock stars and even a writer or two. But when my daughter was born back in ’96, I made a marked effort to learn more about women who she might one day find influential for their achievements. High-flier Amelia Earhart always...


Jun 13, 2017

When I heard that Jamie Malanowski had penned a book about the days leading up to the American Civil War, I assumed it would be something along the lines of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. You know – something absurdist that could read, if well-crafted, as if it were true. Instead, the former SPY magazine writer and...


Feb 20, 2017

First clear giveaway that I’m a white guy: I didn’t even know there was a National Museum of African American History and Culture in the works until the year it opened—2016. I thought it was and is a great idea, long overdue, but I honestly had never heard a word about it. Once I did, however, I was like a lot...


Feb 20, 2017

(2007) Blender. Newsweek. TV Guide. Forbes. Playboy. Mac World. Entertainment Weekly. Wizard. Business 2.0. Esquire. These are the magazines I read as soon as they arrive in the mail each week or each month. They are frothy, entertaining reads, and I look forward to each new issue. And then there’s


Sep 9, 2015

Today's Guest: Jim Barrens, author, In Our Time (Nostra Aetate): How Catholics and Jews Built a New Relationship

 

Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with JIM BARRENS by clicking on the video player above! 

Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience full of true believers of multiple religions who all...