Posts Tagged ‘Emily White’

Live Chat with Emily White

Hey! Starting at noon today, we're chatting live with the controversy-stoking former NPR intern (and City Paper cover star) Emily White about the fallout from her now-infamous blog post, "I Never Owned Any Music to Begin With." Join the conversation with writer Lindsay Zoladz and me, City Paper Arts Editor Ally Schweitzer.

Wednesday: Chat With Emily White and Lindsay Zoladz About Streaming, Piracy, and, um, Emily White

For last week's cover story, Lindsay Zoladz wrote about former NPR intern Emily White, and what it's like to sit at the eye of an Internet shit storm. White became, as Zoladz wrote, "the most controversial D.C. intern since Monica Lewinsky" after penning a blog post for NPR titled "I Never Owned Any Music to Begin [...]

This Week in WCP Arts: Emily White, Ai Weiwei, and Ben Affleck

Lindsay Zoladz has this week's cover story with a profile of Emily White, the 21-year-old American University student and former NPR intern who became an unlikely Internet lightning rod this summer when she wrote about how she barely buys music. Kriston Capps leads the arts section with a review of the Hirshhorn Museum's elegant, weirdly [...]

Everybody’s Doing It, So Why Can’t We? On NPR, David Lowery, Travis Morrison, and Paying for Music

There's a culture war going on right now, and it has nothing to do with gay marriage. If you're a music nerd, a music-maker, or a Facebook friend of either kind of person, you've probably seen a link to a recent blog piece by NPR intern Emily White in which she explains how she acquired [...]