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We're Naji and Luis, two 20-something musicians who thought it’d be cool to share stories about life in the creative industry. Things get crazy, and someone’s gotta talk about it.
 
Splice Kit Out Now: https://on.splice.com/naji-pack
 
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Naji Stephen curry
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Stephen Curry
 
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Politics Now
Daily+
 
Welcome to the Politics Now podcast, where amazing things happen.
 
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Teen Mac Podcast
Havi
 
4 teenagers talk about all things apple
 
A great audio which explains the real beauty of Islam, by Dr Naji Ibrahim Arfaj. A very interesting audio to hear!!!
 
Exploring Israeli literature in English translation. Host Marcela Sulak takes you through Israel’s literary countryside, cityscapes, and psychological terrain, and the lives of the people who create it.
 
Exploring Israeli literature in English translation. Host Marcela Sulak takes you through Israel’s literary countryside, cityscapes, and psychological terrain, and the lives of the people who create it.
 
This is a marvelous audio which talks about the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) from many aspects. He presents some of his teachings and gives a glimpse at his life and attributes. In addition, it shows what the world’s scriptures said about him. Also, it mentions sayings of some scientists of different aspects of science about the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), praising and admiring him for his high attributes and his comprehensive legislation.
 
Twice a month we reminisce on an old album, review a new release, sit down with a guest and borrow an album from them, and then open a cold one and chat.
 
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Mason Out Loud
Monthly
 
Podcast by Mason Out Loud
 
Shaikh belongs to the Indian city of Hyderabad and attended his early education from Jamiah Mohammadiah Mansoora Malegaon, from where he attained his degree in Aalamiat and Fadheelat. Thereafter, Shaikh joined the renowned Islamic University of Madinah, and graduated from the Faculty of Shariah. Shaikh has been heavily involved in Dawah work in Saudi Arabia and working with Maktab Al-Jaaliat (Kilo 14), also known as Sharq Jeddah. Shaikh has excellent experience in Dawah and has been impartin ...
 
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We’re currently in the days of Sukkot, in which Jews everywhere dwell (or at least take their meals) in a temporary structure called a Sukkah to commemorate the forty years of wandering in the desert, and also because Sukkot is an agricultural festival as well, and in ancient times people lived in temporary shelters as they harvested. One of th ...…
 
We’re currently in the days of Sukkot, in which Jews everywhere dwell (or at least take their meals) in a temporary structure called a Sukkah to commemorate the forty years of wandering in the desert, and also because Sukkot is an agricultural festival as well, and in ancient times people lived in temporary shelters as they harvested. One of th ...…
 
We stopped by Quickly, Quickly's house to see what's up with the Boy Wonder, and ended up fangirling about the Beatles + placing bets on Tekashi69's estimated time of death. Yikes.Timestamps:Intro Stuff (0:00-6:10)The Beatles and Other Obsessions (28:37)Tekashi69 Death Bets (44:00)60s Artists vs. Today's Artists (48:00)Quickly Album Release Dat ...…
 
In honor of the Jewish new year - Rosh Hashanah - and the upcoming day of atonement - Yom Kippur - host Marcela reads poems on these themes by some of Israel's most exciting poets. She reads "Origin of the World" by the controversial and provocative young poet Noam Partom, which begins like this: "I hereby close the gates between my legs till f ...…
 
In honor of the Jewish new year - Rosh Hashanah - and the upcoming day of atonement - Yom Kippur - host Marcela reads poems on these themes by some of Israel's most exciting poets. She reads "Origin of the World" by the controversial and provocative young poet Noam Partom, which begins like this: "I hereby close the gates between my legs till f ...…
 
TImestamps:Luis' Halloween story (0:33)Ethnic people in scary movies (13:00)Mario Kart Tour! (15:47)Luis' Love for Apple (27:27)Follow us:https://instagram.com/thousandstory_https://instagram.com/mrnajiboyhttps://instagram.com/elpontilloBy Thousand Story, Luis Pontillo, Naji.
 
We are now in the days of Awe between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, which will take place next week. This week, Marcela reads from Amichai Chasson, whose poem America gives a portrait of the everyday reference that Yom Kippur serves in everyday life. The poem, as its title suggests, also illustrates the relationship between Israel and the Unite ...…
 
We are now in the days of Awe between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, which will take place next week. This week, Marcela reads from Amichai Chasson, whose poem America gives a portrait of the everyday reference that Yom Kippur serves in everyday life. The poem, as its title suggests, also illustrates the relationship between Israel and the Unite ...…
 
This week, In the spirit of absolutely nothing, we decided to have a chat w/ ROMderful (ROM for short), a Birmingham-born producer, unintentional fashion-icon-extraordinaire, and all-around homie.Timestamps:So how did Kehlani happen? (3:45)ROM signs a deal (7:11)Why "ROMderful?" (20:42)Otakus For Life (31:36)The ROMderful Live Experience (40:38 ...…
 
This week, Nick and Andrew chat with A/V Guy and podcaster extraordinaire Chris Wade, editor of Chapo Trap House and host of And Introducing. The guys reminisce about the (almost) final Ben Folds Five LP, discuss the sonic landscapes of Brittany Howard’s Jaime, and finally talk some heads about Talking Heads underrated first live album! Also, A ...…
 
Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday night—it is the beginning of the Jewish new year. And to usher it in, we read an excerpt from Etgar Keret’s short story, “Ladder,” published in his brand-new English language collection, “Fly Already.” Text: Fly Already, by Etgar Keret, translated by Sondra Silverston, et. al. Riverhead Books, Sept. 2019.…
 
Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday night—it is the beginning of the Jewish new year. And to usher it in, we read an excerpt from Etgar Keret’s short story, “Ladder,” published in his brand-new English language collection, “Fly Already.” Text: Fly Already, by Etgar Keret, translated by Sondra Silverston, et. al. Riverhead Books, Sept. 2019.…
 
Naji & Luis: @mrnajiboy • @elpontilloBy Thousand Story, Luis Pontillo, Naji.
 
Yesterday, Yonatan Berg’s first poetry collection appeared in Joanna Chen’s English translation, Frayed Light, published by the Wesleyan Poetry Series. The poems in this collection gather all of these experiences—religion, settlements and the Palestinian neighbors they displace or live next to, military service—into heartfelt narrative poems. B ...…
 
Yesterday, Yonatan Berg’s first poetry collection appeared in Joanna Chen’s English translation, Frayed Light, published by the Wesleyan Poetry Series. The poems in this collection gather all of these experiences—religion, settlements and the Palestinian neighbors they displace or live next to, military service—into heartfelt narrative poems. B ...…
 
Israeli elections are just one day shy of a week away, and now might be a good opportunity to examine the use of stereotypes to shut down important conversations that we might have, as we elect the people who will represent us. Today, Marcela reads a lyrical essay from a graduate student in poetry at Bar-Ilan’s Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program i ...…
 
Israeli elections are just one day shy of a week away, and now might be a good opportunity to examine the use of stereotypes to shut down important conversations that we might have, as we elect the people who will represent us. Today, Marcela reads a lyrical essay from a graduate student in poetry at Bar-Ilan’s Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program i ...…
 
Yesterday something wonderful happened—Etgar Keret’s newest short story collection, Fly Already, appeared in the world, in English, translated by a ridiculously talented cast of translators. This collection contains all the charm, the absurdities, the intelligence and surreal sense of Keret’s previous collections, but this time, most of the sto ...…
 
Yesterday something wonderful happened—Etgar Keret’s newest short story collection, Fly Already, appeared in the world, in English, translated by a ridiculously talented cast of translators. This collection contains all the charm, the absurdities, the intelligence and surreal sense of Keret’s previous collections, but this time, most of the sto ...…
 
This week we are joined by vinyl connoisseur and hip hop head Sean Hartman to discuss the legacy of Neutral Milk Hotel, Chance the Rappers “debut” album, and the lyricisms of Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Bandana! Come kick it with us on SoSnSbSb! Find us on Social Media Twitter // Instagram - @sosnsbsbpodcast Facebook - Something Old, Something New ...…
 
Today Marcela reads a story containing the writer Yossel Birstein’s two great loves: Buses and Shoes. Birstein was born in Poland in 1920. Having moved to Melbourne, Australia and later to Israel, he changed languages, continents, countries, towns, as well as professions, more than once or twice. Not many people work both as a shepherd and a na ...…
 
Today Marcela reads a story containing the writer Yossel Birstein’s two great loves: Buses and Shoes. Birstein was born in Poland in 1920. Having moved to Melbourne, Australia and later to Israel, he changed languages, continents, countries, towns, as well as professions, more than once or twice. Not many people work both as a shepherd and a na ...…
 
On this week's episode, Marcela excerpts from a fairy tale written by Leah Goldberg. She was a prolific Hebrew-language poet, author, playwright, literary translator, and comparative literary researcher. Her writings are considered classics of Israeli literature. Text: The Rose Garden (a Fairy Tale) by Leah Goldberg. Translated by Leanne Raday.…
 
On this week's episode, Marcela excerpts from a fairy tale written by Leah Goldberg. She was a prolific Hebrew-language poet, author, playwright, literary translator, and comparative literary researcher. Her writings are considered classics of Israeli literature. Text: The Rose Garden (a Fairy Tale) by Leah Goldberg. Translated by Leanne Raday.…
 
Naji Daher, a writer, poet, and playwright, was born in Nazareth and lives there. He works as a creative writing teacher and writes literature reviews. He has published more than fifty books, including six novels. Daher's works have been translated into Hebrew, English and other languages. He is the winner of the 2000 Prime Minister Prize. Text ...…
 
Naji Daher, a writer, poet, and playwright, was born in Nazareth and lives there. He works as a creative writing teacher and writes literature reviews. He has published more than fifty books, including six novels. Daher's works have been translated into Hebrew, English and other languages. He is the winner of the 2000 Prime Minister Prize. Text ...…
 
Gali-Dana Singer is a bilingual poet, translator, an artist and photographer, born in St. Petersburg, who immigrated to Israel in 1988. To Think: A River, her first book of poems in Hebrew, in translation from the original Russian, appeared in 2000. The most recent of three volumes written in Hebrew, Translucent, was published in 2017. She’s pu ...…
 
Gali-Dana Singer is a bilingual poet, translator, an artist and photographer, born in St. Petersburg, who immigrated to Israel in 1988. To Think: A River, her first book of poems in Hebrew, in translation from the original Russian, appeared in 2000. The most recent of three volumes written in Hebrew, Translucent, was published in 2017. She’s pu ...…
 
On Monday, the literary world lost one of its bright lights with the passing of Tuvia Ruebner. He was 95 years old, and passed in his home on Kibbutz Merhavia, where he had lived since arrival from Nazi occupied Bratislava as a teenager in 1942. He loved his home on the kibbutz so much that he even refusing Lea Goldberg’s invitation to move to ...…
 
On Monday, the literary world lost one of its bright lights with the passing of Tuvia Ruebner. He was 95 years old, and passed in his home on Kibbutz Merhavia, where he had lived since arrival from Nazi occupied Bratislava as a teenager in 1942. He loved his home on the kibbutz so much that he even refusing Lea Goldberg’s invitation to move to ...…
 
Israel Bar Kohav was born in Israel, the grandchild of Russian immigrants who were among the founders of the city of Tel Aviv. His ancestors took part in what is known as the Second Aliyah, an influential, ideological wave of immigration that took place between 1904 and 1914. Bar Kohav himself grew up in Givatayim and Ramat Gan, in the greater ...…
 
Israel Bar Kohav was born in Israel, the grandchild of Russian immigrants who were among the founders of the city of Tel Aviv. His ancestors took part in what is known as the Second Aliyah, an influential, ideological wave of immigration that took place between 1904 and 1914. Bar Kohav himself grew up in Givatayim and Ramat Gan, in the greater ...…
 
The hits keep on rolling! This week we’re joined by guests Mark Roebuck and Jeremy Kaplowitz of The Hard Drive; hosts of The Mario Bros. Super Show! Show podcast. We’re covering Toxicity by System of a Down, Idris Elba Presents: The Yardie Mixtape presented by Idris Elba, Brainless God by Direct Hit!, and WORRY. by Jeff Rosenstock. Come kick it ...…
 
Lali Tsipi Michaeli’s work attempts to capture, not just the mind at work, but also the spirit, the soul, as it becomes aware of itself as an entity both anchored in, and apart from, the body. Likewise, the body is often viewed as a physical object, one of many that occupy the world. Lali Tsipi Michaeli was born in the Georgian republic and imm ...…
 
Lali Tsipi Michaeli’s work attempts to capture, not just the mind at work, but also the spirit, the soul, as it becomes aware of itself as an entity both anchored in, and apart from, the body. Likewise, the body is often viewed as a physical object, one of many that occupy the world. Lali Tsipi Michaeli was born in the Georgian republic and imm ...…
 
Translation Of Friday Sermon (Khutbaat AlJumu'ah) in Urdu @ AlAziziyah Mosque, Jeddah, KSABy: Shaikh Yasir al Jabri Madani (Hafidhahullah)Title: "DILON KI HIJRAT"Date: 12 July 2019By Shaikh Yasir AlJabri Madani.
 
The poetry of Adi Assis injects us with the distress that consumes his days and nights. His laments madden us as we find ourselves rare witness to circumstances usually hidden from view, and even more profoundly, to the hidden reaches of the poet's heart. Podcast on Anat Levin’s poetry Text: Various poems by Adi Assis from Poetry International ...…
 
The poetry of Adi Assis injects us with the distress that consumes his days and nights. His laments madden us as we find ourselves rare witness to circumstances usually hidden from view, and even more profoundly, to the hidden reaches of the poet's heart. Podcast on Anat Levin’s poetry Text: Various poems by Adi Assis from Poetry International ...…
 
It’s July—school and university are out for the summer; it’s hot. This month is often a strange mix of the ecstatic and the supremely boring. It’s a month that does not usually receive much praise or fanfare. It’s the perfect month to focus on poetry—that intensifier that makes the joy more joyful and the pain more painful, and the days just a ...…
 
It’s July—school and university are out for the summer; it’s hot. This month is often a strange mix of the ecstatic and the supremely boring. It’s a month that does not usually receive much praise or fanfare. It’s the perfect month to focus on poetry—that intensifier that makes the joy more joyful and the pain more painful, and the days just a ...…
 
Ayat Abou Shmeiss is an Arab-speaker who writes in Hebrew in part because she was educated in that language, and in French, at a Christian school in Jaffa, and has been writing since she was a teen. In her second book, her subjects include an examination of her life as the mother of one child, and as a student at the Open University, where she ...…
 
Ayat Abou Shmeiss is an Arab-speaker who writes in Hebrew in part because she was educated in that language, and in French, at a Christian school in Jaffa, and has been writing since she was a teen. In her second book, her subjects include an examination of her life as the mother of one child, and as a student at the Open University, where she ...…
 
Returning to our regular format, we are visited by friend of the show Erik Hart (aka Erik Nervous) to discuss II by Bad Books, the latest from the Mountain Goats - In League with Dragons, and go a little old school with Devo’s debut Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! Find us on Social Media Twitter // Instagram - @sosnsbsbpodcast Facebook - Som ...…
 
We continue what we began in last week's episode, discussing the historian Flavius Josephus, focusing on his biography, “The Life.” In terms of his future career and authorship, Flavius Josephus could not have arrived in this world at a better time or place. In the year 37—four years after Jesus was crucified—Josephus was born in Jerusalem as Y ...…
 
We continue what we began in last week's episode, discussing the historian Flavius Josephus, focusing on his biography, “The Life.” In terms of his future career and authorship, Flavius Josephus could not have arrived in this world at a better time or place. In the year 37—four years after Jesus was crucified—Josephus was born in Jerusalem as Y ...…
 
Fall for the Book and the Visiting Writers Series presents a discussion with Ilya Kaminsky about his new book Deaf Republic.By Mason Out Loud.
 
To mark the completion of the Shavuot holiday, this week Marcela reads from Josephus’s account of the giving of the Torah, in his volume “Jewish Antiquities.” Text: This edition of Josephus’s works was translated from the Greek original by William Whiston (1667-1752).
 
To mark the completion of the Shavuot holiday, this week Marcela reads from Josephus’s account of the giving of the Torah, in his volume “Jewish Antiquities.” Text: This edition of Josephus’s works was translated from the Greek original by William Whiston (1667-1752).
 
Arab Israeli women are one of the most underrepresented groups of writers in Israel and the world. It’s very difficult to find such work that's been translated into English. And so today, we spotlight the poetry of three such women. I’m using Nathalie Handal’s anthology “The Poetry of Arab Women.” Text: “The Path of Affection” by Laila Allush, ...…
 
Arab Israeli women are one of the most underrepresented groups of writers in Israel and the world. It’s very difficult to find such work that's been translated into English. And so today, we spotlight the poetry of three such women. I’m using Nathalie Handal’s anthology “The Poetry of Arab Women.” Text: “The Path of Affection” by Laila Allush, ...…
 
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