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Musician and singer-songwriter Warren Haynes is perhaps best-known as the longtime guitarist in the Allman Brothers Band. He's also a founding member of the jam band, Gov't Mule, who recently released their 10th studio album, 'Revolution Come... Revolution Go.' Listen as he tells a story of sharing a tour bus from New York City to Denver with Dave Grohl's mom, Virginia, shortly after the tragedy.
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In this web extra, comedy duo John Early and Kate Berlant talk about their favorite moments from "Waiting for Guffman," how a teenage Kate got rejected by an agent for child actors, and how John once threw his back out working at an ice cream shop.
During their fun chat about why we give out awards, Brendan asked who Dr. Jana Gallus would like to give an award to. Listen below to hear her response below.
Slate channeled Marcel the Shell to fill Joe Pesci's Tommy DeVito shoes while Schwartzman played it straight in Ray Liotta's role as Henry Hill for a parody of the classic mobster film we'll call "Goodshellas."
Actress and author Illeana Douglas was kind enough to let us eavesdrop on her story about the time she met her acting idol, Marlon Brando. Here, she tells the story of how she came to own some of his personal belongings, though not the kind you’d expect. Illeana Douglas: Here’s a little postscript. Marlon Brando reaching […]
The author explains to Brendan how he went forward with his book, despite Didion's lack of cooperation.