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A new interpretation of "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" is making its way to the big screen. And in it actress Quvenzhane Wallis brings to life the character Almitra.
Every week on Tuesday Reviewsday our critics join our hosts in the studio to talk about what you should be listening to in one short segment.
Jason Segel plays David Foster Wallace in 'The End of the Tour.'
This weekend Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Craig Robinson and Christian Slater will all take the stage to perform in the Eric Idle musical "Spamalot" at the Hollywood Bowl.
What toy do children around the world spend more than 5 billion hours a year playing with, is sold in 140 countries and has spawned a fan club of 5 million members?
In this society, we tend to think of new as a good. But what about when you have to find a new doctor? We break down the best way to find a new physician.
Every Tuesday our regular music experts join us in the studio to talk about the latest in new music for our segment Tuesday Reviewsday.
How can human inventiveness push the bounds between science fiction and reality? Steven Kotler joins A Martinez to talk about some of human kinds biggest feats.
Practice, practice, practice... that's what athlete Greg Kozlowski has been up to since spring in preparation for the Special Olympics World Games.
When you're looking for alternative birthing strategies, should you consider birthing centers as a viable option? How much do they cost? We've got the answers.
Every week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our regulars bring us a selection of their favorite new music. This week we have new sounds from Lianne La Havas, Forró in the Dark and Benjamin Clementine.
As more and more companies come out with their own virtual reality devices the question of who provides the content becomes a key question.
If you don't have the time to keep up with the latest in new music, we've got the perfect solution for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.
In Northern California, someone, or someone"s", are literally going around and cutting the fiber optic cables that provide internet to large swaths of the region. But who?