Margot AdlerNPR correspondent, Morning Edition & All Things Considered
Margot Adler specializes in in-depth features that explore the interface between culture, politics and technology. She is also one of NPR’s two New York Correspondents, covering the human and political dramas of that city. Adler was also one of the first people to interview J.K Rowling and to chart the Potter phenomenon. She is the author of Drawing Down the Moon, the classic study of contemporary Paganism, goddess worship and witchcraft, and has also written a political memoir of the 1960’s and 70s, Heretic’s Heart.
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A holiday flash mob in a food court doing the messiah. But it is always amazing to realize there are fabulous voices everywhere and it is not so hard to change the mood in a place, or create meaningful lovely ritual – anywhere at any time.