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A-Rod: 2014 a 'new chapter of my life'

Four days after he was suspended for the season for violations of baseball's drug agreement, Alex Rodriguez met with the media for the first time at …

How Content Marketing Builds Your Business

If you’re interested in marketing your business online (and who isn’t at this point?), you can’t escape hearing about content marketing. It’s …

10 Ways to Write Damn Good Copy - Copyblogger

Writing effective copy is both an art <i>and</i> a science.<p>It’s an art because it requires creativity, a sense of beauty and style — a certain aptitude, …

Native Advertising and the Debate on Content Marketing as Journalism

<i>PNR: This Old Marketing</i> with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose can now be found on both iTunes and Stitcher.<p>This week’s show:<p><b>Download this week’s</b> <b>PNR This</b> …

Vince Giordano: The Fresh Air Interview

If you love jazz and pop from the 1920s and '30s, you might already love the HBO series <i>Boardwalk Empire</i>, set in Atlantic City during Prohibition. The music played throughout the show is performed by Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks, and a second album of music from the series was recently …

Never Back Down: Fresh Air Remembers Lou Reed

Lou Reed, the transgressive and transcendent songwriter, singer and guitarist, died Sunday at 71 of liver disease, several months after undergoing a liver transplant. He co-founded The Velvet Underground and then embarked upon a long solo career. <i>Fresh Air</i>'s Terry Gross interviewed him in 1996, but …

Botched Investigation Fuels Kennedy Conspiracy Theories

It's been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, and polls show that a majority of Americans still believe Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy, not a lone assassin. Though an official investigation concluded that Kennedy was killed by Lee Harvey …

Billy Crystal Finds Fun In Growing Old (But Still Can't Find His Keys)

Billy Crystal isn't happy about turning 65, but at least he's finding a way to laugh about it. His new memoir — <i>Still Foolin' 'Em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?</i> — is on the best-seller list, and he'll be back on Broadway in November.<p>Crystal got his start in …

A Peek Into The Private Lives Of 'Burton And Taylor'

You have to be of a certain age to remember firsthand the tornado of publicity that erupted when Liz Taylor, the former child star turned screen vamp, first met British stage star Richard Burton on the set of the 1963 movie <i>Cleopatra.</i> But it's still one of Hollywood's most famous and inescapable …

Meet 'The Brothers' Who Shaped U.S. Policy, Inside And Out

In 1953, for the first and only time in history, two brothers were appointed to head the overt and covert sides of American foreign policy. President Dwight Eisenhower appointed John Foster Dulles secretary of state, and Allen Dulles director of the CIA.<p>Journalist Stephen Kinzer says the Dulles …

One-Stop Shop: Jeff Bezos Wants You To Buy 'Everything' On Amazon

In his new book <i>The Everything Store</i>, Brad Stone chronicles how Amazon became an "innovative, disruptive, and often polarizing technology powerhouse." He writes that Amazon was among the first to realize the potential of the Internet and that the company "ended up forever changing the way we shop …

Pioneering 'Masters Of Sex' Brought Science To The Bedroom

<i>This interview was originally broadcast on</i> July 30, 2013<i>.</i><p>William Masters and Virginia Johnson became famous in the 1960s for their groundbreaking and controversial research into the physiology of human sexuality. Instead of just asking people about their sex lives, Masters and Johnson actually …

'Breaking Bad' Writers: 'This Is It; There's No More'

<b>Before you read any farther or click the audio above, we have two words for you: Spoiler Alert.</b> <i>Also, a warning that if you have never seen</i> Breaking Bad, <i>we may touch on some plot points that will be hard to understand without context.</i><p>Sunday nights are going to be a lot less interesting without</i> …