1. Měsíc autorského čtení 2009 - Arnošt Lustig


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    Čtení Arnošta Lustiga 27. 7. 2009 v brněnském Divadle Husa na provázku na Měsíci autorského čtení. Více na www.autorskecteni.cz Festival pořádá nakladatelství Větrné mlýny. The Month of Authors´Readings is the biggest Czech literary festival. It has been taking place annualy since the year 2000. The event is organized and managed by the publishing house and cultural agency “Větrné mlýny“ (www.vetrnemlyny.cz). “Месяц аўтарскага чытаньня” – найбуйнейшы чэскі літаратурны фэстываль, які з 2000 году ладзіць выдавецтва й агенцтва “Větrné mlýny”

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    • David Horsey in conversation with Robbie Conal


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      Video from a Live Talks Los Angeles event featuring two time Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist David Horsey in conversation with artist Robbie Conal. Event was held at Track 16 at Bergamot Station on March 29, 2012. To learn more about Live Talks Los Angeles, visit: www.livetalksla.org Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and columnist David Horsey is a political commentator for the Los Angeles Times. His Top of the Ticket blog is the mostly highly viewed feature on LATIMES.com. David’s work has appeared in hundreds of media outlets, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Newsweek and MSNBC.com. Besides winning two Pulitzers for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 1999 and 2003, Horsey has received the National Press Foundation’s Berryman Award for Cartoonist of the Year and many other honors, including first place in the Best of the West Journalism Competition for his columns about the 2008 presidential election. After graduating from the University of Washington, Horsey entered journalism as a political reporter. His multi-faceted career has taken him to national political party conventions, presidential primaries, the Olympic Games, the Super Bowl, assignments in Europe, Japan and Mexico and two extended stints working at the Hearst Newspapers Washington Bureau. As a Rotary Foundation Scholar, Horsey earned an MA in International Relations from the University of Kent at Canterbury. He was also awarded an honorary doctorate from Seattle University. Horsey has published seven books of cartoons, including his two most recent, Draw Quick, Shoot Straight and From Hanging Chad to Baghdad. For escape, he spends a few weeks each year working as a cowboy in Montana. Robbie Conal has gained national prominence as the country’s premiere guerrilla political poster artist. His work has been featured on “CBS This Morning”, “Charlie Rose” and in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post—which has called him, “America’s foremost street artist”—The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, People Magazine, Interview, and numerous daily newspapers around the country. He received a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Grant, a Getty Individual Artist Grant and a Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Individual Artist’s Grant (COLA). Robbie has authored three books: “Art Attack: The Midnight Politics of a Guerrilla Poster Artist”, HarperCollins, 1992, “Artburn”, Akashic Books, 2003, and the just published, “Not Your Typical Political Animal,” with Deborah Ross, Art Attack Press, 2009.

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      • SoundNotion 15: The Other Whitesnake


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        SoundNotion is the weekly podcast for new music and music news. Topics include Q2’s list of 100 composers under 40, Zhou Long’s Pulitzer, grooving robots, the future of the avant-garde, and more. This week's panel: David MacDonald - http://davidmacdonaldmusic.com Roger Petersen - http://rogerwoolworthpetersen.com Patrick Gullo - http://patrickgullo.com Sam Merciers - http://sammerciers.com For more information or to subscribe to this podcast, go to http://soundnotion.tv Show notes: http://www.soundnotion.tv/2011/04/soundnotion-15/

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        • Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart at IRE 2013


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          Len Downie, Cronkite School professor and Washington Post vice president at large, moderates this IRE 2013 panel with Pulitzer winners David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertab, two journalists awarded for their investigative New York Times piece that unveiled high-level corruption at Wal-Mart. For more information about Barstow and von Bertrab's work, please visit: http://businessjournalism.org/2013/06/17/cracking-corporate-corruption-at-wal-mart-self-guided-training/ For more information about training for business journalists, please visit http://businessjournalism.org.

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          • American Forum National Debate: Is Our Campaign Finance System Corrupting American Democracy?


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            U.S. Supreme Court litigant SHAUN MCCUTCHEON, plaintiff in the landmark McCutcheon v. FEC, and former Federal Election Commission chair BRADLEY SMITH, debate Citizens United, "dark money," super PACs and the current wild West of campaign finance laws with current Federal Election Commission Vice Chair ANN RAVEL, and UC-Davis constitutional law professor VIK AMAR. Airing Sunday nights at 7 pm in October, on most PBS stations. (And repeating during the week--check local listings). Taped at the University of Virginia's Miller Center

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            • Speakers on the Square: David Oshinsky


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              On September 29, 2010, Pulitzer prize-winning author Dr. David Oshinsky discussed his New York Times investigation that helped bring justice to the 1964 “Mississippi Burning” civil rights murders. This lecture was part of the NYU Speakers on the Square series.

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              • Talking with David Frost - Wynton Marsalis (1997)


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                In 1997, David Frost met up with Wynton at his home and discussed jazz, praciticing, pop culture and his career in music.

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                • Panel Discussion with William Kentridge


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                  In conjunction with the Pulitzer Foundation's exhibition Dreamscapes, this panel discussion with William Kentridge discusses Kentridge's artistic practice. The panel was jointly organized by the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, St. Louis, for the students at the Graduate School of Art. It was held on March 2, 2011; the panelists were: William Kentridge, South African artist honored with the Sam Fox School Dean's Medal John Hoal, Chair of the Urban Design Program and Associate Professor, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University Sabine Eckmann, William T. Kemper Director and Chief Curator, Kemper Art Museum Francesca Herndon-Consagra, Senior Curator, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

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                  • Charles Wright | 2012-2013 Lannan Center Readings and Talks


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                    Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice Readings & Talks Series 2012-2013 Charles Wright March 26, 2013 Charles Wright read in Copley Formal Lounge at 8:00 PM. Introduction by Duncan Wu, Lannan Readings and Talks Director.

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                    • History Symposium: Disasters of the Pikes Peak Region Pt. 1


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                      Mike Olsen defines a disaster and pulitzer prize nominee David Philipps discusses how one Army Batallion brought murder back to Colorado Springs.

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