The life of musician Connie Converse easily reduces down to one of those Hemingway length sad stories: Before Dylan there was Connie Converse and then she disappeared.

In his new book “To Anyone Who Ever Asks: The Life, Music, and Mystery of Connie Converse” Howard Fishman gives us the complete tale. We meet up with Howard and learn why this incredible musician just couldn’t catch a break in 1950s New York City, and why he is devoted to her life and art.

Personally connecting the dots. All of them.

Theory of Everything plunges listeners into a whirl of art, journalism, fiction, interviews, and exploding pipe dreams. Host Benjamen Walker connects the dots in a world of information overload, featuring conversations with philosophers, friends, and the occasional too-good-to-be-real guest.

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False Alarm

Fake news and alternative facts have declared war on the real. How are we gonna keep our mix and fact and fiction going?


In the sharing economy, no one can hear you work. In 2015, your host decided to partner with an official ToE instapoder who drove, shopped, delivered, and manserved.

NY After Rent

The play Rent closed in NY the same year AirBnB came: 2008. Your host confronts the commodification of every square inch of the city.