Barbara Bradley Hagerty
Author Barbara Bradley Hagerty joins Jim to discuss her latest book.
"There’s no such thing as an inevitable midlife crisis, Barbara Bradley Hagerty writes in this provocative, hopeful book. It’s a myth, an illusion. New scientific research explodes the fable that midlife is a time when things start to go downhill for everybody. In fact, midlife can be a great new adventure, when you can embrace fresh possibilities, purposes, and pleasures. In Life Reimagined, Hagerty explains that midlife is about renewal: It’s the time to renegotiate your purpose, refocus your relationships, and transform the way you think about the world and yourself. Drawing from emerging information in neurology, psychology, biology, genetics, and sociology—as well as her own story of midlife transformation—Hagerty redraws the map for people in midlife and plots a new course forward in understanding our health, our relationships, even our futures."-
Jere Longman of The New York Times discusses his article "A One-of-a-Kind Story." The article revolves around Randy Carlisle, who coached boys and girls basketball at Summerfield High School and led both teams to win the state championship in their divisions.
Louisiana film critic John Wirt joins the show to talk about the new Batman vs. Superman movie. Wirt says it was more boring than he expected.
Jim honors Bob Adelman by playing a clip from a previous interview. Adelman passed away on March 19th.
Stephanie Grace of the Advocate chats with Jim about TOPS and why presidential candidate Bernie Sanders would like program. Grace recently wrote an article in the Advocate about how the program isn't sustainable.
Dayne Sherman and Lamar White
Political bloggers Danyne Sherman and Lamar White join the conversation to discuss the state building art program and a bill to be heard in the regular session to put a cap on those funds.