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Thank You, Brian Lehrer, That’s How You Do an Interview About Art; Plus, Our Long-Delayed Thoughts on 92Y-Gate

Steve Martin was brave enough to visit the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC yesterday, and Lehrer easily proved that it is, IS, possible to conduct an interesting interview about art (or perhaps Martin felt comfortable that the NPR audience is composed of less angry, elderly Jewish Philistines and more of cultured, respectful, art appreciators).

Listen below:

See?  That was informative and entertaining.  No one had to lower their level of discourse, and listeners were not lulled to sleep.  It can be done!

We guess this means that it’s time for our long-delayed thoughts on Martin’s recent appearance at the 92nd St. Y.

Read on: Our first-hand account of The Nightmare on 92nd St.

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