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“Black Love,” from filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver, displays “the other side of love that exists, that no one is showing”. Focusing on real couples from all walks of life and celebrity couples, the docu-series shares honest, emotional and sometimes cringe-worthy always-true love stories. The couples talk about how their relationships began, the road to the altar, life after children and all of the other obstacles they may have faced to make their marriages stronger than ever. ...
 
Where do the dopest kings and queens go for their weekly wellness check up? 2 Dope Docs of course! 2 Dope Docs is a podcast about navigating life , love and the world while aspiring to be our best black ass selves. With co-host and couple Dr. Moe and Dr. Bow. Its a little bit of everything from current events and whats hot on netflix to navigating relationships and mental health wellness tips. Join the Docs weekly as we talk our shit and send you on your way with peace and blessings. #blackp ...
 
The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history, and its grip on our future. Each week, host Kai Wright invites listeners to gather for intimate conversations and deeply reported stories about the choices we’ve made as a society -- and the new choices we can imagine now. We’re learning from our past, meeting our neighbors, and sharing the joy (and the work!) of living in a plural society. Our inbox is also open for your voice memos—send them to anxiety@wny ...
 
Get out of tutorial hell! Follow freelance web developer Noelle Anderson as she shares her journey from "how do you start an HTML doc?" to "hey, let's build a blog from scratch!" Filled with projects, laughs, and a few tears, this podcast is designed to help you on your coding journey, get past imposter syndrome, and gain the confidence to become the coder you want to be.
 
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Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Brad Vickers and his Vestapolitans This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven…
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Stephan Jacques A rising star in the indie music scene, frontman Stephen Jacques and multi-instrumentalist producer Alan Weatherhead (The Cardigans, Cracker, Sparklehorse) collaborate on this exceptional body of work. These alt-rock recordings are a manifestation of material Stephen gathered throughout his …
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Doc Carter Doc is originally from N. Hollywood California. He was born to aspiring vocalist Sheila Carter. When he was three his father was trying to produce an album for Sheila when dad became ill. They had to return to New Jersey to be around his mother’s side of the family. His father then passed and mom…
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Brad Vickers of Brad Vickers and his Vestapolitans Brad Vickers learned on the job playing, touring, and recording with America’s blues and roots masters: Jimmy Rogers, Hubert Sumlin, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Odetta, Sleepy LaBeef, Rosco Gordon, and Pinetop Perkins—with whom Brad had the good fortune to pla…
 
The first time Shaun saw Rai they were in teenagers in Sunday school. He was 16 and she was 15 and they were both dating someone else, but they knew that they had a crush on each other. Neither of them could have predicted being together for the rest of their lives. How did Rai and Shaun go from a first date at a Taco Bell, to college sweethearts, …
 
What defines success? Australia’s founding fathers proudly dispossessed Aboriginal inhabitants in the name of nation building. Ben Wyatt argues success is now defined by including indigenous people. He was WA’s Aboriginal Affairs Minister when Rio Tinto destroyed the Juukan caves. Now a board member, the former politician explains how it was allowe…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Indie Blues Double Shot Show! This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it’s roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation …
 
People who are abused as children can face life-long health and social problems. Many struggle despite cognitive behavioural therapy, anti-depressants and the like. How much faith should we place in the new frontier of psychiatric medicine? The drug more often associated with motherhood – oxytocin – is showing promise in the laboratory. Can the ‘lo…
 
Blues legend Bobby Rush has recorded hundreds of songs, collaborated with the likes of Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters, and headlined music festivals all over the world. At 87, he still tours more than 200 days a year, entertaining audiences with his unique funk-infused blues tunes. But Bobby Rush’s story is not just about music, but also one of raci…
 
How did September 11, 2001, and its aftermath, affect the way anyone perceived as Muslim, and those around them, fit inside the American experiment? Host Kai Wright is joined by award winning journalist Aymann Ismail, who talks about his post-9/11 childhood in northern New Jersey -- and what he learned about his identity as an adult. Then, a conver…
 
This week on Parent Tell Kaila talks with Kat, a fellow toddler mom and Parent Tell listener, about what it was like to go through IUI and IVF in order for her and her wife to bring their son into the world. The intimate details of conceiving a child through IUI (intrauterine insemination) and/or IVF (in vitro fertilization) are not often openly di…
 
At the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Big Ideas looks at how the attacks have reverberated over the past two decades and continue to impact global affairs. What has been the experience of Muslim, and non-Muslim youth growing up during the ‘war on terror’? And how did the attacks influence civil liberties and political polarisation?…
 
Making a Scene Presents Gerry Casey's Interview with Michael Katon! While it’s entirely accurate to describe the music of Detroit legend Michael Katon as ‘blues’, it also fails to do justice to the power, intensity and raw Motor City attitude that Katon commands with every note and chord. Ever since he first started playing around the bars and club…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Avery Grouws Band This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation an…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Mick Kolassa This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation and cre…
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Rigby Summer Rigby Summer weaves an Americana soundscape that reflects the road she’s traveled, from her Kansas City jazz upbringing to the beach pop of her former home in southern California to the red dirt roots of her current home in Stillwater, Oklahoma. While her influences range from Mary Chapin Carpe…
 
One man’s ongoing effort to get justice for the abuse he endured at a U.S. prison in Iraq. At the start of the Iraq War in 2003, Salah Hasan Nusaif al-Ejaili was working as a journalist when the U.S. military detained him inside Abu Ghraib, a prison that would become notorious for American abuses committed in the wake of the September 11th terroris…
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Avery and Grouws! Avey Grouws Band met at a blues jam on the Iowa side of the Quad Cities along the Mississippi River, and have since put their Quad Cities sound into the world with the release of their debut album 'The Devil May Care' in March of 2020. The album hit #10 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart, …
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Mick Kolassa Mick Kolassa, a lifelong musician and hardcore blues fan who, in addition to being an active blues artist, is also the head of Endless Blues Records and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation. He lives in Memphis but was born in Michigan and lived in Mississippi for n…
 
2x Super Bowl Champion Aaron Ross and Olympic Gold Medalist Sanya Richards-Ross first met as students at the University of Texas-Austin. While we wouldn't call it love at first sight, it was definitely like at first sight! 17 year old Sanya wasn't going to take any chances. She walked up to Aaron and asked him out on a date and the rest was history…
 
It is no secret that the idea of an open, pluralistic democracy is under stress. It is being challenged by a new form of democracy that has certain closed, nationalistic, and autocratic features - so called "illiberal democracy." Illiberalism is anti-plural; seeks to make distinctions by race and ethnicity; and it uses anti-democratic means to achi…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Indie Blues Double Shot Show! This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. An Indie Blues double shot of artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form…
 
How effective are mindfulness apps on your smartphone? These apps are increasingly popular, making mindfulness meditation more accessible. Over a hundred million people have the “Calm” app on their phone. It is a two-billion-dollar business. Do these apps help you to “be present”, or improve your mental health? Or are they another digital distracti…
 
The “Great Resignation” appears to be a real thing. But why? We ask workers what they really want. Plus, 45 questions to help us understand each other, and ourselves. Recent research shows that for a lot of us, our relationship with work has evolved greatly through this ongoing pandemic. In our Labor Day episode, journalist Sarah Jaffe, author of t…
 
It's been a while since the last Babysode (that's just what we call a shorter, mini episode around here, for what we think are obvious reasons) but it's back and with a super relevant topic that new babes and parents will really enjoy. Kaila sat down with Helen Thompson, an Australian podcaster but also a baby massage instructor. During their talk,…
 
Making a Scene Presents Turn it up with Gerry Casey and his guest Rob Strong! Ireland has had more than its fair share of world class artists. Names like Rory Gallagher, Gary Moore , Van Morrison, bands like Thin Lizzy and U2. But there is another artist that stands tall alongside these legends. Rob Strong has a voice, heart and soul that could mak…
 
Making a Scene Presents Gerry Casey's Interview with Rob Strong The legendary Blues/ Soul singer, Rob Strong, may be 73 years old this year but as the title of his forthcoming Biography suggests, Rob is STILL GOING STRONG! Rob is celebrating a remarkable 55 years on the road and has sold out concerts in theatres all over Ireland in 2020.…
 
Making a Scene Presents an interview with Emily Frembgen After a successful tour and two albums with Denver indie-rock band Language of Termites (“In a Different Time and Place”, 2009 and “Preterito Perfeito,” 2012) and a string of DIY solo albums and EP’s (“Emily Frembgen and the Spiky Little Pinecone,” 2009, “Always With You,” 2010, “Fremb Fatale…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Shaw Davis and The Black Ties This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by i…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Seth James This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation and creat…
 
Film director, producer, and screenwriter Steven Caple Jr was first introduced to costume designer Ciara Whaley through a photo her cousin showed him. It was 2004 and they were both in high school at the time, but he knew two things: first, she was baaad. Second, he had to find a way to meet her. Their love story would begin after a chance meeting …
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Sam Barron Sam Barron was born in NYC. His father was a former folk musician turned forensic criminal investigator. His mother worked with severely handicapped children. Stories from the autopsy table and the macabre reality of God’s misfits left a significant imprint on his developing mind. For Sam, jazz a…
 
Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Shaw Davis of Shaw Davis and the Black Ties Formed in 2017 and hailing from Pompano Beach, Florida, Shaw Davis & The Black Ties feature an incendiary fusion of Progressive Hard Rock and Roots Rock that embodies the soul found within Blues Rock icons of the 60s and 70s. After a steady dose of touring the Uni…
 
MAKING A SCENE PRESENTS AN INTERVIEW WITH SETH JAMES AT FIRST, SETH JAMES’ STORY READS LIKE PLOT LINES HAVE GOTTEN THEIR WIRES CROSSED OR TRANSLATIONS MUDDLED: COULD A WORKING COWBOY FROM DEEP WEST TEXAS REALLY BE A ROCK-AND-SOUL ROOTS FUNK MASTER, EDUCATED BY THE BLUES? One listen to James’ new album Different Hat proves the answer is implicitly––…
 
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Indie Blues Double Shot Show! This is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. An Indie Blues double shot of artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form…
 
Australia produces world leading scientists, and world class scientific research. But, compared to the United States, the UK, and other countries, we don’t translate enough of our science into solutions or products. Do we lack an entrepreneurial culture? Are universities, and other institutions, doing enough to encourage innovation and industry col…
 
Black Lives Matter: Has anything really changed? The protests following the death of George Floyd generated a surprising solidarity against racism in many countries around the world. And BLM became a symbol against the oppression of many different minority groups. But looking at policies, organisations and the general society, experts say that not …
 
Hundred year old school buildings. Sputtering HVAC systems. Covid revealed a legacy of racism that’s built into the physical infrastructure of education. A lack of investment in school buildings determines who can safely go back and who can't. But if we all pay taxes, why is our public school system full of inequality and inequity? Kai speaks with …
 
Making a Scene Presents Turn it up with Gerry Casey and his Guest Gerry McAvoy For well over two decades Gerry McAvoy rode shotgun as the bass player to the legendary Rory Gallagher. Rory’s hell for leather stage presence was matched by the rock n roll dynamo that is Gerry McAvoy . In this heartwarming interview Gerry takes the listener right back …
 
Making a Scene Presents Gerry Casey's Interview with Gerry McAvoy! Gerry McAvoy (Bass Guitar) played, recorded and toured with Rory for 20 years, from 1971 to 1991. Gerry played on every album Rory ever made. His 2005 book, ‘Riding Shotgun’ follows his career and life with Rory (available from www.ridingshotgun.co.uk). Gerry also played with Deep J…
 
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila tackles how isolating it can feel when you become a parent but live far from your best and most supportive friends and family members. Speaking with fellow military spouse, Leslie, the two moms discuss how FOMO can hit pretty hard when you see other friends reaping the benefits of living down the street from family (…
 
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