March 20, 2009 "Goodbye, News & Notes. Hello, future."
February 18, 2009 What should you be called if you're an adult and a child addresses you? Or, what if you've achieved a status that has earned a title of one sort or another?
January 29, 2009 "We expected to get some feedback on our segment "To Spank or Not to Spank," but the reaction was much more than I'd anticipated."
January 27, 2009 Has there been a paradigm shift on the discussion of race in this country? There has on News & Notes.
January 16, 2009 "I've also been privileged to be a part of this show's history," writes Tony Cox, "and, along with the other members of the News & Notes staff, I'd like to assure you that we're not gone. Yet."
January 9, 2009 Timing is everything in this business, so it was an unfortunate twist of timing that prevented us from airing the incredible "Legends" interview we did with the great jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard before he died last December 29th.
September 25, 2008 Rev Run Simmons and his wife Justine stop by to share some words of wisdom with our very own Tony Cox.
June 19, 2008 From Tony Cox: On Wednesday, I found myself struggling to keep my on-air distance.
April 10, 2008 Tony Cox weighs in on today's roundtable.
January 11, 2008 NPR's Tony Cox reflects on a conversation on today's show with former TV news anchor Carole Simpson.
December 10, 2007 Tony Cox: It's not often that I hear things that make my jaw drop. But I did on today's bloggers' roundtable.
November 12, 2007 R&B crooner Will Downing's latest CD is titled After Tonight. He recorded it from his bed after being diagnosed with a debilitating auto-immune disease which confined him to a wheelchair.
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October 25, 2007 Is hip-hop culture poisoning the sports world?
August 31, 2007 First of all, it should come as no surprise to anyone paying attention that the FBI surveilled Coretta Scott King. She was, after all, the wife of the man that the FBI's J. Edgar Hoover most detested -- not only because of King's efforts on behalf...
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June 25, 2007 Hosting a live radio show can get a little crazy sometimes, especially when it comes to staying within the format. Like today, for instance.