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Poetically Yours

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Get ready to hear from northern Illinois’ “prose pros." Hosted by WNIJ Arts Reporter Yvonne Boose, you will hear voices from northern Illinois poets as they share their words about the world around them. If you would like to submit a poem for consideration, please send submissions to yboose@niu.edu
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Teachers' Lounge

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Host Peter Medlin connects with teachers, students and leaders in education as they discuss the biggest issues impacting classrooms.We want to hear your experiences as an educator. Send us a note to teacherslounge@niu.edu
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Sessions from Studio A is a local program dedicated to showcasing regional and touring musicians, featuring performances recorded in WNIJ's own Studio A in DeKalb and hosted by Spencer Tritt. Have a band you'd like to hear on Sessions from Studio A? Send us your suggestions: sessions@niu.edu
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Perspectives

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Perspectives are commentaries produced by and for WNIJ listeners, from a panel of regular contributors and guests. If you would like to submit your own Perspective for consideration, send us a script that will run about 90 seconds when read -- that's about 250 words -- and email it to NPR@niu.edu, with "Perspectives" in the subject line.
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Under Rocks

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What’s so great about the Midwest? WNIJ’s Under Rocks podcast isn’t afraid to dive into that question head-first every month. In fact, our team won’t leave a stone unturned when it comes to hunting down the most interesting people, places, and events in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.What are you excited about? We’re always looking for a shove in the right direction, so send us on our next adventure by messaging us at Rocks@niu.edu.
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The Sound of Science

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WNIJ and NIU STEAM are partnering to create “The Sound of Science,” a weekly series explaining important science, technology, engineering and math concepts using sound. The feature will air at 1:04 p.m. Fridays as a lead-in to Science Friday.Got questions or topic suggestions for the Sound of Science team? Please submit them below!The Sound of Science is made possible by Ken Spears Construction
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The STEM Read Podcast

Northern Public Radio

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The STEM Read podcast explores the connections between STEM and storytelling. Host Gillian King-Cargile dives into hot topics in K-12 education with an educator or STEM expert and then talks with an author whose books can ignite enthusiasm for reading and learning.We are no longer producing new episodes of the STEM Read Podcast, but our previously recorded episodes are still available. We hope you'll take a listen!
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Parks & Travel

Big Blend Radio Network

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A Big Blend Radio Travel Podcast covering Parks and Public Lands, Historic Sites and Landmarks, and their local communities, destinations, and recreational opportunities.
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It's not about me or any amazing DJ tricks that I could do - it's about the MUSIC. I am Seanskee, a DJ since 1979. I am an experienced nightclub, event, festival and mix-show DJ. I have played to crowds from the hundreds, to thousands, to tens(hundreds?)-of-thousands in clubs, theaters, events and on TV. My work has taken me from Chicago, to Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco, among many other cities in the U.S. In Chicago during the rise of House Music in the 1980s and early 1990s ...
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Our podcast includes episodes of KPFA Radio shows as well as station updates and donor highlights. KPFA is a community powered radio station that creates and curates a unique mix of music, informed public affairs, culture, and news. Since 1949, KPFA has investigated the contemporary intersections of class, race, distribution of wealth and it’s affects on the citizens of our Northern and Central California coverage area.
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Northern California Public Media presents Living Downstream: The Environmental Justice Podcast, produced in association with the NPR One mobile app. Living Downstream explores environmental justice in communities from California to Indonesia and is hosted by NCPM News Director Steve Mencher. The podcast features some of the most experienced environmental reporters in the public radio system, as well as a handful of talented newcomers.
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Story of the Day

NCPR: North Country Public Radio

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Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss
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If All Else Fails

NCPR: North Country Public Radio

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Far-right extremism is thriving in small, rural communities across the country, gaining the support of mainstream voters and local law enforcement. In this podcast from North Country Public Radio, reporters Emily Russell and Zach Hirsch investigate extremist groups and militia movements in northern New York State, why they're drawing support, and what kinds of threats they pose at a pivotal moment for democracy in the United States.
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Home and rental prices continue to soar in Northern Nevada and Northeastern California, leaving more working families and individuals on the brink. Seniors, college students, single parents, immigrants, and the working poor are particularly vulnerable. Some must choose to pay rent over buying food or securing healthcare. The lack of affordable housing in urban and rural areas alike is changing the identity of this region. In response, the KUNR newsroom is examining housing through many lense ...
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Colorful vignettes dedicated to the regional history of Southern Oregon and Northern California. As It Was is an all volunteer effort -- produced by Raymond Scully and narrated by Shirley Patton in partnership with writers from the Southern Oregon Historical Society.If you have a writing background and would like to submit an As It Was essay for consideration, email your written piece to mrkrt@ashlandhome.net.A collection of As It Was essays is available in a high-quality paperback book at t ...
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Newsmakers

Wisconsin Public Radio

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"Newsmakers" is a weekly news and current affairs talk show produced by WPR's La Crosse News Bureau. The program's host/producer is Ezra Wall (pictured above) with La Crosse senior news editor/producer John Davis. Interviews on the program explore politics, education, the environment and other regional issues relevant to southwest Wisconsin and adjacent portions of Minnesota and Iowa.
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On the second Tuesday of every month, we hear from our contributors in the field. Susan Knight and Gretchen Gerrish both work for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Limnology at Trout Lake Station. Scott Bowe is the Director of Kemp Natural Resources Station.
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Backstage at Tilles Center provides listeners with an exclusive behind the scenes peak at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post. Learn what it takes to put on a performance on stage, and hear plenty of backstage stories along the way! Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post in Brookville, is Long Island’s premier concert hall. For 37 years, Tilles Center has been host to more than 70 performances each season by world-renowned artists in music, theater and dance. Til ...
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American Indian Airwaves

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American Indian Airwaves (AIA), an Indigenous public affairs radio porgram and, perhaps, the longest running Native American radio program within both Indigenous and the United States broadcast communication histories. Also, AIA broadcast weekly every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 Los Angeles (http://www.kpfk.org). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aiacr American Indian Airwaves is produced in Burntswamp Studios and started broadcasting on March 1st, 1973 on KPFK in order t ...
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DJ, producer Alexander Barashkov (DJ BARASHKOV) DJ BARASHKOV began his career in 2002. Addiction young DJ were very diverse and covered many styles of music from pop, and house to drum`n`bass`. However, DJ BARASHKOV was in continuous creative search. Having tried thus almost all kinds of house music. In January 2003, he made his debut in nightclub Hutor-House, and soon took the place of the resident almost 2 years. He did not lose time in vain, while continuing to develop a sense of musical ...
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The Republican National Convention came to an end Thursday night with a speech from GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. The Trump campaign is gaining momentum as we head to November. But will the national GOP agenda resonate in deeply blue California, particularly in a region that had long been a GOP stronghold, Orange County? Guest: Kaitlyn Sch…
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The National GOP unveiled its platform this week at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, and former President Donald Trump officially accepted the GOP nomination Thursday night. How is the convention resonating with New Hampshire voters? Guests: Josh Rogers, NHPR James Pindell, Boston Globe Top stories from this week: The RNC is over. H…
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(Jul 19, 2024) Three of the five tornados that tore through upstate New York on Tuesday were reported in the southern Adirondacks. A National Weather Service investigator on how he confirmed the tornados and what damage he saw deep in the Adirondack backcountry. Also: Clinton County is at odds with Greyhound over the company's decision to change it…
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(Jul 19, 2024) Three tornados ripped through the southern Adirondacks on Tuesday, tearing down huge swaths of trees and leaving tens of thousands of people without power; Clinton County is at odds with Greyhound after the bus company's abrupt change in stops over the last week; and, John Warren checks the trail conditions for us in the Adirondacks …
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Jeezum crow, is it tough to find the origin of the phrase ‘jeezum crow’! Join us for our exploration into this quintessential Vermont saying, as we journey from folklore to linguistics to… crows. Thanks to Sandra Bettis of Middlesex for the great question: “Where did ‘jeezum crow’ come from and is it just a Vermont saying?” Find the web version of …
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The Republican National Convention wraps up Thursday night in Milwaukee with a speech from presidential nominee Donald Trump. The talk around the convention this week is the importance of congressional races in California, and how the state can be involved in the GOP's national agenda. Guest: Guy Marzorati, KQED A state ballot measure set to go bef…
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(Jul 18, 2024) Cleanup continues in Glens Falls after a line of severe thunderstorms moved through the region Tuesday night; we speak with the manager of a Queensbury car dealership where multiple vehicles caught fire due to a downed power line; a group of academics is looking to change the name of a hill in the Tri-Lakes region that currently uses…
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For most migrants and asylum seekers, San Diego is not a final destination. It's a layover. But more migrants are choosing to stay in San Diego. And many are becoming homeless. Reporter: Gustavo Solis, KPBS California will have to build public charging stations at an unprecedented — and some experts say unrealistic — pace to meet the needs of the m…
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(Jul 17, 2024) What's it like to work in real estate when so many local families are struggling to find housing? We hear from a realtor in Indian Lake. Also: Great Camp Santanoni in Newcomb will have all-terrain wheelchairs and scooters available for visitors with mobility issues to use this summer.By NCPR News
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(Jul 17, 2024) Severe storms swept across the North Country yesterday afternoon, leaving downed trees and powerlines; a peer support group is open for veterans in St. Lawrence County, and advocates say it's a place veterans can turn to for more resources; an Indian Lake realtor shares what it's like to work in real estate; and News Director David S…
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Celebrate the Dog Days of Summer, Parks & Rec Month, Picnic Month, Family Reunion Month, and more on this episode of Big Blend Radio’s “Go to Natchitoches” Podcast. From Zydeco and Meat Pie Festivals to cruising Cane River Lake and exploring Cane River Creole National Historical Park, K. Nicole Connell of the Natchitoches Convention and Visitors Bu…
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Last year, the city of Fontana hired a private contractor to help enforce its strict new street vending law. Officials say it’s working. But some vendors say the crackdown is affecting their livelihoods. Reporter: Anthony Victoria, KVCR California delegates to the Republican National Convention are cheering former president Donald Trump's pick of O…
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(Jul 16, 2024) Border Patrol officials in the North Country say they're seeing record numbers of illegal crossings at the northern border. It's changing life for people who live in communities like Mooers; forest Rangers recovered the body of a kayaker whose boat overturned in the Husdon River last weekend; Onchiota listener Phil Fitzpatrick shares…
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(Jul 16, 2024) Border Patrol officials in the North Country say they're seeing record numbers of illegal crossings at the northern border. It's changing life for people who live in border towns like Mooers in Clinton County. Also: A powerful thunderstorm downed trees and caused flash flooding in Jefferson County this afternoon, including in Sackets…
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As a fast-moving fire broke out over the hills near the town of Mariposa earlier this month, residents rushed out of their homes. The French Fire started on the Fourth of July, and was the latest fire to hit so close to the town. And for residents, fire is becoming a part of life. Reporter: Rachel Livinal, KVPR California Republicans are in Milwauk…
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(Jul 15, 2024) Great Camp Santanoni is introducing electric scooters and wheelchairs to make it more accessible, but some advocates say, it’s not enough; as the North Country gets warmer and wetter, one North Country art gallery is dealing with mold in its archives; a central New York church where abolitionist Harriet Tubman spent much of her later…
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Peso Pluma’s new album Éxodo just dropped and it hit the Billboard 200. The artist sings corridos, a type of Mexican traditional music that was once relegated to Spanish language radio. But today, a younger generation of artists like Peso Pluma and Xavi are bringing the music into the mainstream. And California's demographic change is helping to fu…
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Multiple roads in northern New Hampshire were washed out by torrential downpours on Wednesday night and Thursday morning. We hear more from residents about the impact of the storm. And how are local Democrats responding to concerns following President Joe Biden’s first debate performance? We talk about these stories and more on this edition of the …
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(Jul 12, 2024) What role does social media play in the lives of children today, and how controlled should it be? We asked, you responded. Amy Feiereisel comes in to talk about new legislation and how North Country families deal with social media. Also: The DEC is urging hikers to stay away from many High Peaks trails because the heavy rains have ma…
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(Jul 12, 2024) Lowville and Lewis County surveyed the damage from flash floods that surged through the village and county on Tuesday; we hear from an 11-year-old who’s reached the age when social media is becoming a bigger part of her life. She - and her parents - are trying to find a balance; a preview of Grammy-winning bluegrass fiddler Michael C…
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Here we are again. Exactly one year after historic floods ravaged Vermont, parts of the state are again dealing with devastating flooding following heavy rains. We turn back to a 2023 episode about how understanding why these floods are so destructive is not as simple as measuring rainfall. Last year, reporter Lexi Krupp took on what turned out to …
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Hosted by Rona Renner - Pain is an unpleasant signal and complex experience when something hurts. It’s an important message to let us know something is wrong, and to help us to take action to prevent further harm. Pain will often go away on its own, but it can also persist and become chronic pain, which is one of the most common reasons people seek…
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Celebrate Parks & Recreation Month and National Forest Week with this episode of Big Blend Radio that was recorded onsite with Steve & Karen Wilson, owners and innkeepers of the The Lion & The Rose Bed & Breakfast in the heart of the Montford Historic District in Asheville, North Carolina. Hear about author Wilma Dykeman and Jean Webb who worked to…
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The California State Fair kicks off this week in Sacramento. This year's State Fair will have something new that no state fair in the U.S. has ever had. For the first time, marijuana sales and on-site consumption will be allowed. Guest: James Leitz, Executive Producer of the State Fair’s cannabis competition and exhibit As calls continue from some …
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