Tuesday Here and Now: Arnold, the Legacy of Malcolm X, Sebastian Junger, Caravaggio

by Todd Mundt on May 17, 2011

Quite a palate for 1pm today: The LA Times reports today that Arnold Schwarzenegger, and his wife, Maria Shriver, separated after she learned that he had fathered a child more than a decade ago with a member of their household staff. The newspaper has been in the hot seat before for its coverage of Schwarzenegger. We’ll speak with John S. Carroll, former editor of the Los Angeles Times.

Sebastian Junger was supposed to be in Libya, covering the conflict there with photojournalist Tim Hetherington last month, but a personal matter kept him home. Hetherington and another photographer, Chris Hondros, were killed in a battle in Misrata. The two worked together on the documentary Restrepo. Junger is on the show today to talk about it.

We’ll debate the legacy of Malcolm X in light of new revelations.

And there’s a new exhibit at the Speed Museum featuring a work by the Italian master Caravaggio.

Oh, and… the cultural phenomenon of “Go the F— to Sleep.”

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