It’s our belated Mother’s Day episode, and Butler & Elaine share some memories about what Cathie’s journey to becoming a psychologist has meant to them.
Butler talks to his sister, Elaine, about her work as a social worker in New Orleans.
Cathie and Butler look at the relationships different generations have with technology.
We catch up with the very talented Astronautalis about his collaborative album Jason Feathers, the recording process, and the importance of Young Jeezy.
Cathie and Butler look back at the music of 2014 and discuss what the year’s top records say about the culture.
In the wake of all the protests in Berkeley, Butler and Cathie discuss the powerful emotions that arise when we’re faced with injustice.
With so many choices available today, the idea of choosing can almost become paralizing. We also talk about choosing toilet paper.
At Cathie’s latest speaking engagement, she notices the grounding of helicopter parenting and a return taking things in stride.
Our guest is the rapper Open Mike Eagle. We talk to him about his career in music and about his excellent new album, Dark Comedy.
Becky Hammon became the first female assistant coach in the NBA. Butler & Cathie talk about what that means for gender equality as well as Cathie’s favorite team, the Spurs.
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