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The podcast where we take you backstage on all things dance industry related. We will be chatting weekly with some of the industry's best. Seeking out their advice, lessons learned, struggles and stand out moments.
 
Melanie and Megan hosting conversations with individuals that work as creative influencers. When tuning in, you will engage in interviews with these influencers that hope to shine light into their experiences working in the midst of the entertainment industry.
 
My name is Gregg and I Co-Host Midwest Paratalk Radio, I have been in Indy for most of my life. And have been interested in the paranormal for a long time. It wasn’t until a personal experience at 30 that I realized that there was some validity to the paranormal. Having a need for more knowledge I started looking at different media venues. Researching, reading and talking to different groups that I have come across blogtalkradio. And have found some great people. Having a radio background, B ...
 
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The landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court case known as Roe v. Wade is cited as having made abortion legal in America. And while that’s true, what the decision says is that no state may make laws regulating abortion during the first three months of pregnancy — except to provide that they be done by licensed physicians. The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesda…
 
Kate Bowler is back with another bestseller. In her new book, “No Cure for Being Human,” she asks: How do you move forward with a life you didn’t choose? Bowler talks with host Kerri Miller about her book, her life today and how hope is better than anticipation.Par Minnesota Public Radio
 
Handmade gifts come from the heart. If we take time to make something for someone else, there’s love knitted into that scarf and affection baked into every box of cookies. Making gifts for the holidays is a long tradition for some people. Others are making homemade gifts for the first time, maybe after they discovered a craft or hobby during the pa…
 
Thanksgiving is a time for food, family and friends. It’s designed for gathering and articulating our gratitude for each other and the fruits of the earth. Particularly in these trying times, practicing gratitude can help lift your spirits in the moment and create a positive outlook for a lifetime. Guest host Chris Farrell spoke with three experts …
 
Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released some heartbreaking statistics. Not about COVID-19, but about drug overdose deaths, which reached a new record high during the pandemic. In the 12 months between May 2020 to April 2021, over 100,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States. Three-quarters of those deaths wer…
 
The pandemic has disrupted the global supply chain. Manufacturing, transportation and logistics have been affected by delays, labor shortages and rising prices. And that could impact everything from the price you’re paying for groceries to whether you can get a turkey for Thanksgiving. MPR News host Angela Davis breaks down exactly what is going on…
 
Courtesy of Alexandra Vang Pumpkin pie from Pie & Mighty in Minneapolis Are you looking forward to eating a slice of pie this Thanksgiving? Or two slices? Maybe you’re planning to make one. Pie is a classic finale to a holiday feast, comforting and distinctly American. Do you like pumpkin or sweet potato? Pecan or apple? Many people discovered baki…
 
As if the holidays aren’t stressful enough, many of us are still dealing with the mental health effects of the protracted pandemic. Host Angela Davis talks about navigating holiday stress during a pandemic and how to manage social anxiety when gathering in groups once again.Par Minnesota Public Radio
 
Courtesy Brett Newski Brett Newski's book When Sen. Josh Hawley described what he called an attack on men and masculinity in a speech to the National Conservatism Conference a few weeks ago, it raised the question of whether or not masculinity can be defined. Certainly there are societal traditions, norms and expectations, but are those what he’s d…
 
What does it mean to leave a legacy if you can’t have kids? That’s the core question N. West Moss wrestles with in her new memoir, “Flesh & Blood.” Honest, wise and filled with moments of whimsy, Moss allows everything from good cocktails to the natural world — including a praying mantis in her sunroom she names Claude — to teach her how to heal. H…
 
A third of the people killed in Minnesota in 2020 were killed by a spouse, intimate partner or other family member — and the vast majority of these deaths were women. Advocates working to prevent family violence say the stress and close quarters during the pandemic increased violence in the home and calls for help. Is this cycle of violence unbreak…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on the economy, but economic recovery has been strong in 2021. As the economy recovers, it’s crucial for the Twin Cities to close the economic opportunity gap, according to a new report released by the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Monday at 9 a.m., host Angela Davis talks with a McKinsey researche…
 
Host Angela Davis talks about how to support gender expansive children with teacher Tom Rademacher, who wrote a new book about what he’s learned raising his nonbinary art-nerd kid, a pediatrician who leads a gender health program and a nonbinary young adult who works with nonbinary teens.Par Minnesota Public Radio
 
In Louise Erdrich’s new novel, “The Sentence,” a bookseller with a fervent love of reading reads a page in a book that a ghost has been reading. She discovers that one of the sentences on that page is so dangerous that she suspects it changes according to the reader’s ability to decipher it. The novel swirls in a kaleidoscope of ghosts and grief, j…
 
On Tuesday, state officials, veterans and citizens gathered to announce that 13 counties in central Minnesota have cleared their housing waitlists of military veterans, bringing the state that much closer to ending homelessness among veterans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, veterans are at higher risk for homelessness …
 
COVID-19 cases are once again spiking in Minnesota. On Monday, the state posted its highest single-day count of new cases since December. For some people who have contracted COVID, symptoms can linger months after they’ve recovered. The lingering side effects are known as long-haul COVID and can include persistent joint pain, fatigue, shortness of …
 
Where are you from? Is it a town on the Iron Range? A city block in south Minneapolis? Somewhere outside the United States? We all come from somewhere, and our hometowns shape who we are. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns thinks Americans should talk more about the places that define us as a way to learn about each other. He’s teamed up with country …
 
The so-called “great resignation” isn’t slowing down. Since April 2020, about 20 million employees have quit their jobs, according to Marketplace. And according to a Microsoft survey from March, 41 percent of the global workforce said they intend to leave their job this year. The pandemic contributed to so many people leaving their jobs. But burnou…
 
There’s more to Daniel Boone than the stereotype of an explorer wearing deerskin and a raccoon hat. On her Friday book show, MPR News host Kerri Miller sorted fact from fiction with the help of Matthew Pearl. “The Taking of Jemima Boone: Colonial Settlers, Tribal Nations, and the Kidnap That Shaped America” is Pearl’s latest book and his first nonf…
 
This week, an FDA panel recommended COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5 to 11. Shots could be available to children as soon as the federal recommendations are finalized next week. Meanwhile, tens of millions of adults in the United States are eligible for booster shots of the vaccine. Guest host Stephanie Curtis talks with two doctors about t…
 
Sustainability is a way of life for Indigenous communities in Minnesota — and beyond. Unique Indigenous nations and cultures have survived over time in large part because of sustainable practices passed down through the generations. Across Minnesota, Indigenous communities’ connections to land, nature, language and culture honor the delicate balanc…
 
Rent stabilization is on the ballot in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Guest host Chris Farrell talks with supporters and opponents of St. Paul’s proposed new ordinance — should residential rent increases be capped at 3 percent annually? If St. Paul becomes the first city in the country to stabilize rents this way, will other places follow suit?…
 
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