Listen to our March Issue

Issue 233

Elia Gran Mar 1, 2018

Each month, Indy Audio offers nearly the entire issue of the latest Indypendent in audio form.

This month, Lydia McMullan-Laird reports on the swindle-prone bail bond industry; Nathan Schneider discusses how automation could lead to a universal basic income; The Indy’s Steven Wishnia details his experiences driving a cab in 1980s New York; Brady O’Callahan reviews the latest release from Austrailian #MeToo punks, Camp Cope; and Michael Hirsch looks at a new film about Karl Marx’s wild years.

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Photo (top): Indy contributor Lydia McMullan-Laird reads her piece on the bail bond reform movement for Indy Audio. Credit: Elia Gran.

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