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Formula Indie Asia, Africa & Oceania is a 2 hours music showcase focused on independent music made in Asia, Africa & Oceania produced by European Indie Music Network info on www.euroindiemusic.info Country List Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Armenia, Georgia Moldova,Ukraine, Israel, Turkey, Russia, Azerbaijan,Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burma, Botswana, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia,Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad ,China, Comoros, Rep of the Congo, DR of the Congo, So ...
 
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Paintbrush & Ivories

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Paintbrush & Ivories

Michelle Walker & Jennifer Ruth Russell

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Paintbrush & Ivories is the podcast for artists, curious creatives and art lovers that connects creativity with heart and soul. Twice a month, your hosts, Michelle Walker and Jennifer Ruth Russell share generous, soulful conversations about what it takes to have a joyful, fulfilling life while balancing and nurturing your creativity. If you are someone who feels ’called’ to your creative pursuits, then this is the podcast for you. Michelle and Jennifer wish to inspire you to be every bit the ...
 
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A record number of bills targeting trans people in the U.S. have passed this year. In February, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott issued a directive, classifying gender-affirming care as child abuse. 1A recently traveled to Austin to speak with trans kids and their families as part of the Remaking America Series. This conversation is part of our Re…
 
The world's eyes are on the 32 national soccer teams hoping to win big at this year's FIFA World Cup in Doha, Qatar. It's the first time the competition is being hosted in the Middle East. And while fans from across the globe descend on the tiny host country to cheer on their favorite teams, controversy has taken center stage. We'll hear more from …
 
In 2019, Tembi Locke published her memoir titled "From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home." In it, she tells the story of how she pieced her life back together after losing her husband, Saro, to cancer. The book is also a celebration of their love story. And that love story is now the center of a Netflix series also titled "From Sc…
 
Multigenerational living is by no means a new arrangement. But it has become more common in recent years. The number of Americans living in multigenerational households has quadrupled since 1971, according to Pew Research Center. Financial issues were cited as the top reason people chose to live in multigenerational households. It can also benefit …
 
Karen Harding – Letter To My Friend Silcrow – Keep The Silence EAST POINT – Banyan Tree TRYHARD – Taxi Brambles – Wing Dyan Tai – We Can't Forget Dane Blacklock & The Preacher's Daughter – Sway Heathen Sway DAMIEN – Nowhere Tali Flynt – I'm So Bored victor wrott – Dear Crush Sunday Lemonade – See you sometime Medhanit – Friends Glu – MEDACIN% Blake…
 
Many popular artists take advantage of a pricing system used by live events company Ticketmaster that sets prices based on demand. The more people waiting in line for tickets, the higher the prices go. But many fans aren't happy with the ballooning costs. Live Nation, Ticketmaster's parent company, owns concert venues, promotes tours, and sells tic…
 
Almost half of eligible voters cast a ballot in the most recent election, according to the U.S. Elections Project. Still, voters can feel like our centuries-old voting system isn't working for us today. 1A spent election week in Wichita, Kansas, after voters decided to change how they elect their city school board. This conversation is part of our …
 
Results from the 2022 midterm elections continued to trickle in this week. The GOP took control of the House of Representatives and the Democrats managed to hold onto the Senate. Meanwhile, in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his military's reclamation of the city of Kherson is "the beginning of the end" of the conflict. U.S. President …
 
Every ten years, election maps are re-evaluated and redrawn to reflect states' populations. But how the maps are drawn differs from state to state. So was the outcome of the midterms determined before voters even cast their ballots? We gather a panel of experts to discuss how redistricting can advantage one party over another. Want to support 1A? G…
 
As the largest minority group in the United States, Latino voters have a huge say in how elections shake out. While most Latino voters have traditionally leaned into the Democratic Party, both political parties have been largely unsuccessful in solidifying the voting bloc's support in the past four decades. We convene a panel of experts to discuss …
 
InDuna – All my love Jnr. - a friend Trent Vine – H8 ME 2 Sharl – Darker Than Midnight Watching Wolves – Darkglow Lilac Thief – When Insomnia, Do As The Somniacs Do Jeffrey Chan – Over Celeste Kate – Can you hold my hand instead SUMMER CAKE – Potion StarAV – Waiting So Long NUR – The Line Age Palmo X – No Worries Blue Vedder – Please (Proceed) Zøne…
 
We've heard a lot about candidates and parties, 132 measures were also on ballots across the U.S. last week. From decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms to prohibiting slavery, to implementing new rules around how and where we vote, Americans made a ton of local decisions with national implications this November. We discuss some of the midterm resul…
 
The majority of GOP candidates on the ballot this midterm have denied or challenged the results of the 2020 presidential election. So far, election-denying candidates have performed slightly worse than expected. But this doesn't mean the threat of election denialism is gone. We discuss what this midterm reveals about the future—or lack thereof—of e…
 
The midterms are largely over, but the nation is still waiting for some key results. The "red wave" Republicans predicted failed to materialize and Democrats managed to hang on to contested seats and even flip a few districts. Elon Musk's Twitter is trying to clear new self-imposed hurdles. Meanwhile, elsewhere in Silicon Valley, Facebook's parent …
 
Results are still being declared in the U.S. midterm elections. Control of Congress hangs in the balance. Republicans seem poised to take control of the House of Representatives. But the Senate fight is on a knife's edge. We discuss the latest in Georgia, Nevada, and Arizona. We also take a look at how the U.S. voted down the ballot. Millions weigh…
 
In this week's climate change edition, we go to Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt where the COP27 summit is taking place. With climate change expected to disproportionately affect the African continent, we ask what future lies in store if the goals of today are not met or changed. Countries across the continent are already feeling the heat. Kenya's worst dr…
 
For weeks, Republicans have been predicting a "red wave" would wash over the U.S. this midterm cycle. But that wave did not materialize. Control of Congress is still up in the air, with both the Senate and the House still too close to call. We'll check in on Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, and others throughout the show today. And we'll hear live …
 
Roni Amir – Before Joel Moncherry – The Sparks in Your Eyes Face Jackson – Dr Groove Felicia Lase – Sign Chloe Kay & The Crusade – Broken Woman Thomas Cleaver – Road to Nowhere Prerona – Taxi Driver RetroAct – Into the Divine Squamatyr – Extinction Saint Barae – Heaven The Max Headroom – Days on days TANISHA – Two Sides TREBLER – Daylight Neon Blac…
 
For many, voting is a chance to make sure their voices are heard. But full and fair representation can feel out of reach depending on where you live and the party that dominates your district. We're camping out on so-called "political islands." These are cities or counties whose political demographics don't align with the states in which they're lo…
 
More than 35 million people have already voted in this year's midterm election, that's according to the United States Elections Project. But poll workers and voters alike are getting ready for Election Day and for some, that means dealing with threats of violence. U.S. security agencies like the Department of Homeland Security have issued threat ad…
 
The first days of Elon Musk's Twitter have been full of controversy. The Tesla co-founder fired the company's board of directors and is planning to lay off about half the existing workforce in an attempt to cut costs. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week, including those in a case involving the future of affirmative action at U.S. unive…
 
Political spending is at an all-time high. Campaigns will spend almost $10 billion this year on advertising, according to AdImpact. But what are the rules? And in a world where every digital step we take is tracked, how much should we care? We get into who's behind this spending and how far down the ballot it goes. This conversation is part of our …
 
In today's daily round-up of export, trade and commodity finance news, TXF's Max Thompson covers the latest stories and trends across the market: The financing of the Ras Laffan petrochemicals project in Qatar is expected to be out to banks later in 2022, according to a source familiar with the matter. The target for signing the project financing o…
 
Affirmative action is once again on the Supreme Court docket. Two separate cases have been filed that argue against Affirmative Action and court watchers believe the policy could be doomed under the current conservative supermajority. We discuss the history of Affirmative Action, its legal background, and the potential impact a Supreme Court ruling…
 
More than 22 million people have already voted in the 2022 midterm election, that's according to the United States Elections Project. The way we vote radically changed in 2020 because of the pandemic and these days more people are opting to vote by mail and in person before polls open on Election Day. We discuss what early voting numbers tell us ab…
 
It's Halloween—a day for adrenaline, heart-pumping terror. And this year's best horror films are sure to terrify you. Our guest panel discusses what movies are worth the nightmares, and where the genre may be heading next. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @…
 
Early and absentee voting for the 2022 midterm elections is well underway. President Joe Biden is making last-minute trips around the country to bolster Democrats candidates, talking to constituents about inflation and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's plans for Congress. Meanwhile, Russian courts upheld WNBA star Brittney Griner's sentence fo…
 
Teenagers under 18 years old don't have a vote, but they do have a voice. According to PEW research, Gen Z – those born between 1996 and 2012 — are the most racially diverse generation. They're also the first generation of so-called "digital natives" to grow up with smartphones. These same young people can also be those most vulnerable to society's…
 
The Darién Gap is a roadless stretch of treacherous jungle that connects Panama and Colombia. It is increasingly crowded with migrants who are risking their lives to make it to the United States. "People will go to great extents to improve their lives or get away from danger. Even the greatest natural deterrents in the world won't stop them from se…
 
Ittai Binnun – Me and Julio Saz cover Sharl – Hanging On KOOLZ – Coffee Wrash Heed – Cry T. Lopea – Chartreuse Dreamin' feat. Melita Roni Rix - Reckless Karen Harding – Til The Ocean Meets The Shore CMK Beats – Sexy Ladies (feat. John H Hall) Ben Konarov – Fucked Up World Cassidy Watts – Isolation Elad David‏ - Funky Smell AK ASTRA – unable to conn…
 
Young voters had record turnout in 2020 and 2018. With midterms just around the corner will they show up again in 2022? We discuss young voters, what drives them to the polls and what first time voters should expect. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.…
 
Millions of Americans are applying for student loan forgiveness this week as the online applications site goes live. And coming to a quarter near you, the actress Anna Mae Wong makes history. The celebrated Hollywood icon will become the first Asian American featured on US currency. Meanwhile, overseas, Britain's newest prime minister prepares for …
 
Rising food and energy costs are hurting Americans' pockets, especially for those earning lower wages. Wages haven't kept up with inflation. But low-income workers have seen some of the largest percent increases in pay since the pandemic. But how long will those reported gains last? How do we fix a system that asks millions to work hard, but doesn'…
 
Nearly five million American seniors across the U.S. are living below or at the poverty line. The Social Security administration recently announced that benefits for the 2023 calendar year will increase by 8.7% to adjust for the surging cost of inflation. Medicaid premiums are set to decrease by a similar amount as well. How much will that help? We…
 
Child poverty has dramatically decreased in the U.S. over the past 25 years. The now-defunct Child Tax Credit helped bring those numbers down even further by roughly 30 percent. We discuss child poverty across the United States and what lessons can be learned from the decrease. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscri…
 
In 2020, more than 37 million Americans lived in poverty according to new data from the U.S Census Bureau. That number doesn't include those who are above the poverty line and struggling to make a living. We discuss what it means to be poor and how people fall below the poverty line, and the difficulties associated with it. This is the first part o…
 
The Jan. 6 hearings resumed on Thursday, a week after members of the U.S. House Select Committee interviewed Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. She's a proponent of the disproven theory that the 2020 election was fraudulent and was in contact with several Trump surrogates after the former president lost the race…
 
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