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As a child, comedian and impressionist Jay Pharoah struggled with bullying and feelings of alienation. He describes how his father encouraged him to perform his funny, and accurate, celebrity impersonations in public.
Dani McClain’s new book, ‘We Live for the We: The Political Power of Black Motherhood,’ is informed not only by the journalist’s years of reporting on race and reproductive health but by her own experiences raising her young child.
In an interview with Jancee Dunn, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy explains how an appraisal of his own musical tastes changed his palate and why he thinks the idea of a generation gap was destructive to young musicians growing up in the ’70s and ’80s.
Food writer and journalist Mark Bittman talks about how parents can break their children free of the marketing culture that encourages them to value ‘junk food’ over real, quality meals. What is ‘good food’?