Humorist John Hodgman has parlayed his wit into New York Times best-selling books, a Daily Show correspondent position, a Netflix stand-up special, and his own podcast.
Video, podcast and summary: “Is There a Future for In-Depth Science Journalism?”
Hear from the editor and reporters from STAT, a new publication launched with a significant investment by Boston Globe Media Partners that focuses on health, medicine, and scientific discovery.
Video, podcast, and summary: “Ultimate Truths: Comparing Science and the Humanities”
James Carroll, Rebecca Goldstein, Alan Lightman, and Robert Weinberg talk with Seth Mnookin on “the differences and similarities in the kinds of knowledge available through inquiry in the sciences and humanities.”
Video: “The Phoenix Burns Out: Remembering a Boston Institution”
The Phoenix‘s legacy and the ways in which its loss will affect Boston, featuring Anita Diamant, Charles Pierce Lloyd Schwartz, and Carly Carioli.
Podcast: “The Phoenix Burns Out: Remembering A Boston Institution”
Audio and liveblog of four Boston Phoenix vets on their paper’s legacy and Boston’s loss. Anita Diamant, Charles Pierce, Lloyd Schwartz, and Carly Carioli.
The Phoenix Burns Out: Remembering a Boston Institution
When the Phoenix announced its closing, the city lost a powerful cultural force and a vibrant source of information. We’ll discuss the Phoenix’s legacy.
Video: “A Conversation with Nate Silver”
The statistician and political polling analyst Nate Silver discusses his career — from student journalist to baseball prognosticator to the creator of FiveThirtyEight.com.