Actress Juliette Lewis phones in to Arts Express from a parking lot. In a rather strange communication intimating interview noir. As she discusses her latest film, Kelly & Cal, along with reflections on her body of work that has included starring in Scorsese’s Cape Fear, Woody Allen’s Husbands And Wives, Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers and Tarantino’s From Dusk Till Dawn. And her Brad Pitt shared career breakout romance.
A Conversation with CNN reporter Jane Velez-Mitchell. About her new book delving into the Jodi Arias murder trial now entering its penalty phase. And touching on meth and sex addictions, Mormons, the subprime mortgage crisis, Prince Charmings, the enduring Madonna/whore schizoid divide in US society, and red flags.
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Truth is Stranger than Fiction, with a Gothic twist. Mitchel Cohen with a breaking scoop, reports from Mexico City. In an interview with a local anonymous student activist relating the assassination by death squads of countless victims, some of whom seemingly fled from their mortuary body bags years ago. And highlighting the critical importance of oral history, further empowered in the digital age online, as corrective to the distorted official history emanating from the corporate media.
Poetry Corner: James Scully in a continued reading at a Santa Cruz, California cafe. Referencing cosmic inertia, crackers, spectacles, factory-crumpled hands, and ‘dying of nothing but old.’