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David reminisces about his grandfather, who raised him for most of his life and recently passed away. He shares how his grandfather influenced him and some of the moments which meant the most in their…
So much to be thankful for this year. It’s my first year doing a PRE Thanksgiving Reggae Hour and to celebrate I bring you songs of unity and togetherness as well as a humble and grateful sense of holiday cheer! Carve your birds and stuff your faces!. Here comes the Thanksgiving Dub!
Confronting your racist Uncle Jerry is uncomfortable and downright scary. The conversation can go a thousand ways and most of them are terrible. But listening to him sympathize with Nazis is equally…
Raised in the Midwest, Pat compares his upbringing to that of his children, who have been raised in New York City, while also reflecting on what it is like to work as a teacher in New York. 1st…
In this episode, Robert shares the most difficult experience he ever went through: being kicked out of his house by his parents. He talks about what led up to that point, how he handled the situation, and how that experience has shaped him as a person.   Music featured in the episode: “Open Your Eyes” by STRFKR
In this episode, Mary talks about how a trip to New York led to a change in goals and a career in fashion. She also shares some insight for anyone who wants to move to New York City.   Music featured in the episode: “Baby, I Hope So” by Miniboone
For Father’s Day, we present stories of four fathers along with pictures and memories of the children they left behind.
This week, we welcome back contributor Oriana Leckert and, for the first time, new contributor Alexander Augustyniak to discuss the abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey, the most recent version…
In this episode, Carol talks about how a DNA test brought her together with family members she never knew existed, as well as some who she’s lost track of. Those family members helped her fill in the blanks about her father, who had been missing from her life for many years. Music featured in the episode: “Where The Light Gets Lost” by Slow Club
Patricia Silva is a Lisbon-born, New York-based artist working with photography, video, and words. Her video “Self and Others,” a study of bisexual culture as captured through the lens of film history, recently screened at New York’s First Feminist Film Week. She has also exhibited and screened at the Anthology Film Archives, the  Phoenix Museum of Art, Flux Factory, the British Film Institute,  MoMA Ps1, IFC, Tengis Cinema in Mongolia, the Berlin Biennale and others. All images courtesy of the artist.    
A riveting medical mystery about a young woman’s quest to uncover the truth about her likely fatal genetic disorder that opens a window onto the exploding field of genomic medicine.
Joe Bochynski is a Brooklyn-based artist whose multi-disciplinary work explores ideas surrounding symbolism, archeology and power.
Ekaterina Abramova is multi media artist whose paintings are a hybrid of 21st century Neo-Expressionism and Spiritual Ornamental paintings, drawn mostly from the symbolic art of Russian and Indian mythology. She received her MFA from the I.E. Repin State Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Russia. She has attended multiple residencies such as the International Artist Residency in Hyderabad, India and a 3- month residency at the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation located in Mana Contemporary Art Complex in Jersey City, NJ.
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