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Rough Translation is a podcast about cultural mistranslations and what we can learn from them. Usually, we're heading to far off places to bring you stories that hit close to home. This spring, with the help NPR's Veterans Correspondent Quil Lawrence, we're taking on a cultural divide that's closer to home. One many Americans might not know is there.
Welcome to OrthoAnalytika, Fr. Anthony Perkins' podcast of homilies, classes, and shows on spirituality, science, and culture - all offered from a decidedly Orthodox Christian perspective. Fr. Anthony is the mission priest of Holy Resurrection Church (a mission of the UOC-USA in Waynesville, NC), a full-time PhD student in Political Science at UGA, and a Professor at St. Sophia Seminary (UOC-USA). He has a diverse background, a lot of enthusiasm, and a big smile. See www.orthoanalytika.org f ...
Wiredly Inspired is co-hosted by Steve Bliznicenko and Taylor Pasichnyk. They dive deep into their own self-discovery and aspirations while being focused on bringing valuable content to those with an open mind and undeniable ambition to be greater than average. If you are still trying to pronounce our last names it's because we are two contagious Canadians with a Ukrainian heritage, and yes....we do like perogies. Through a wide range of topics together or with guests almost nothing is off l ...
What drives people in Europe? How do Europeans lead their lives? What are their views, hopes and fears? Fokus Europa provides the answers: up close, exciting and balanced.
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Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast: Raising Multilingual Children, Multicultural Living, Growing Up With Multiple Languages.
Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast is your place to connect with multilingual families, language experts, and passionate authors from around the world. We share actionable tips and motivational stories. Learn from our experiences so your journey raising multilingual children is enjoyable, manageable, and successful.
The Daily Mirror reports the couple wanted to stay handcuffed until they married. Instead, they lasted 123 days. The couple have now broken up.By KUOW Staff
The former tenant at the house in Colorado Springs vandalized it, spray painted the walls, and left something in the fridge with a terrible smell.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Rob and Reece Scheer, who adopted five children out of the foster system. The ruling says a Catholic group doesn't have to consider same-sex foster parents.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Lori Windham about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of her client, a Catholic agency that had refused to work with same-sex couples applying to be foster parents.By KUOW Staff
Oregon's bold move to decriminalize small amounts of all hard drugs and expand treatment is now meeting the reality of implementation as the treatment community is divided over the way forward.By Eric Westervelt
Just in time for the new federal holiday Juneteenth, New York City is naming 16 parks for prominent Black Americans.By KUOW Staff
Juneteenth has been signed into law as a federal holiday. As U.S. prepares to pull troops out of Afghanistan, allies are left behind in danger. And, Iranians elect a new president.By KUOW Staff
Women in Turkey are demanding more protection from male violence. They are urging Ankara to rejoin the Istanbul Convention.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
In the Donbas region, a small town wants to avoid being bombarded by gunfire by renaming itself "New York"—which was actually its name until the end of World War II.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Stacey Abrams, who pushed for different voting rules after losing the 2018 governor's race in Georgia, about what she wants from Congress, and what advocates can do.By KUOW Staff
After lengthy roadworks, white-gloved officers are back directing traffic around Rome's Piazza Venezia in true Italian style.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
In coronavirus times, Serbs are moving to the countryside and rediscover the rural life. This is bringing new life to many village communities.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
The Portuguese health fanatic moved two bottles of Coke out of the frame, and held up a bottle of water. Coca-Cola is a tournament sponsor. The company's market value dropped $4 billion.By KUOW Staff
The family honored 16-year-old Frankie by cremating him and keeping his ashes. Days later, Frankie walked home — hungry and thin, but very much alive. Whose cat is in the urn?By KUOW Staff
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Tamara Hermann of the Israel Democracy Institute about the first major test for Israel's new government after an exchange of attacks with Hamas threatens the ceasefire.By KUOW Staff
The end of U.S. tariffs brought on by the Airbus-Boeing dispute is a great relief for France's wine industry and U.S. wine importers. One Trump-era dispute remains: tariffs on EU steel and aluminum.By Eleanor Beardsley
NPR's Noel King talks to Aida Touma-Sliman, a Palestinian-Israeli member of the Knesset, about the new coalition government that unseated Israel's longest serving prime minister.By KUOW Staff
Press and security scuffled during a photo op, which added to the tense atmosphere between the two sides.By Franco Ordoñez
President Biden and Russian President Putin have arrived at the Geneva villa where they will hold their first face-to-face talks as leaders. The two shook hands and ignored reporters' questions.By Steve Inskeep
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Mark Galeotti, senior associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, about the focus on cyber crime during the U.S.-Russia summit.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to retired Army General Wesley Clark, a former NATO commander, about President Biden's meeting with Russian President Putin, and about the challenges facing Biden and NATO.By KUOW Staff
Rachel Carle got the ticket from a relative who purchased the Late Gate Ticket in 1983. The aquarium discontinued those tickets roughly 25 years ago, but says about each year a customer presents one.By KUOW Staff
The painting is expected to sell for thousands of dollars. The unnamed seller, who picked up the painting at a donation center in Canada, paid $4.09.By KUOW Staff
Alicia's situation raises questions about the VA's caregiver program. And a new diagnosis changes everything for Matt. How will Alicia and Matt start healing their respective wounds, borne out of different battles? Find part 2, Battle Lines, here. And part 1, Battle Rattle, here.By NPR
The U.S. and EU reached a truce in a protracted, dispute over Boeing and Airbus. They are putting aside their differences to counter an upcoming competitor in the airline industry: China.By KUOW Staff
Israel hit Hamas sites in Gaza after incendiary balloons were launched in the first attacks since a ceasefire ended 11 days of fighting last month.By KUOW Staff
Lordstown Motors doesn't have enough cash on hand to produce its long-promised electric pickups. And this week it admitted it exaggerated its preorders, and its CEO and CFO stepped down.By Camila Domonoske
The United States and European Union have reached a truce on a long-running and costly trade dispute involving Boeing and Airbus. They say they are doing so to focus on a common competitor: China.By Frank Langfitt
President Biden took great pains to try to repair ties with European allies at the G-7 and NATO summits over the past six days. He'll meet with Russian President Putin on Wednesday.By Franco Ordoñez
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Ivo Daalder, former U.S. Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, about what Monday's NATO summit means for the future of the alliance.By KUOW Staff
Esme is a cat who steals items from her neighbors. Esme's owner Kate knew she had to make it right. She displayed all of her cat's loot on a clothesline, with a sign that reads: My cat is a thief.By KUOW Staff
The Jersey Devil, named after a mythical creature that is said to wander the New Jersey Pine Barrens, is the world's tallest single rail coaster.By KUOW Staff
Nearly a year after Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko's crackdown, "None of us doubt that we will prevail," an activist tells NPR. Others sound worried. "Every day is a little scarier," says one.By Lucian Kim
The Library of Congress acquires audio diaries featuring more than 200 front-line health care workers in the fight against COVID-19By KUOW Staff
Some of the migrant families who were separated at the U.S. border during the Trump administration are back together. A Salvadoran father and son share their experience.By KUOW Staff
In Canada, the man who allegedly killed four members of a Muslim family in Ontario will be charged with terrorism.By KUOW Staff
President Biden is in Brussels for the NATO summit. The 30 member nations will meet to set the tone for the alliance. This after Biden renewed the U.S. commitment to the G-7.By Sarah McCammon
The Israeli parliament voted to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu after 12 years in power. Israel's longest-serving prime minister will be succeeded by Naftali Bennett, a former aide turned political rival.By Steve Inskeep
Last June, Dan O'Conor was anxious about the pandemic. He decided to jump into a lake. The next day he did it again, and again the next day. A whole year's worth of plunges — including the winter.By KUOW Staff
A highly anticipated study of a COVID-19 vaccine has finally produced results — and the results are good, very good. The vaccine is made by the Maryland biotech company Novavax.By Joe Palca
When the pandemic deprived Nik Sennhauser of Glasgow of his beloved cuisine, he decided to recreate some of his favorite meals in his home kitchen — such as fried chicken and waffles.By KUOW Staff
President Biden attends the NATO summit in Brussels on Monday, meeting with key allies before he squares off with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday.By Steve Inskeep
CBS Late Show host Stephen Colbert will tape his show in front of a live studio audience at the Ed Sullivan Theater for the first time since the pandemic shut down live performances.By Eric Deggans
In this homily on a selection from Christ's High Priestly Prayer (St. John 17), Fr. Anthony encourages us to keep our theology simple. Enjoy the show!
The Trump Justice Department subpoenaed Apple in 2018 to obtain metadata of at least two Democratic members of the House intelligence panel — as well as their current and former staff and family.By Ryan Lucas