Jeremy D. Goodwin
Jeremy D. Goodwin joined St. Louis Public Radio in spring of 2018 as a reporter covering arts & culture and co-host of the Cut & Paste podcast. He came to us from Boston and the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, where he covered the same beat as a full-time freelancer, contributing to The Boston Globe, WBUR 90.9 FM, The New York Times, NPR and lots of places that you probably haven’t heard of.
He’s also worked in publicity for the theater troupe Shakespeare & Company and Berkshire Museum.For a decade he joined some fellow Phish fans on the board of The Mockingbird Foundation, a charity that has raised over $1.5 million for music education causes and collectively written three books about the band. He’s also written an as-yet-unpublished novel about the physical power of language, haunted open mic nights with his experimental poetry and written and performed a comedic one-man-show that’s essentially a historical lecture about an event that never happened. He makes it a habit to take a major road trip of National Parks every couple of years.
“The Culture: Hip Hop & Contemporary Art in the 21st century” at St. Louis Art Museum maps the broad influence of hip-hop culture in a wide-ranging exhibition.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture allocated $40 million in loans and grants to telecommunications companies to build high-speed internet networks in rural parts of Illinois and Missouri.
Scholars have a mantra: Shakespeare is universal and his works are for everyone. But for Black actors and audiences, does an implicit whiteness in the Bard's canon hinder access and identification?
When does a mirror selfie become high art? For artist and political activist Ai Weiwei, it happened in 2008 when he photographed himself inside an...