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The Israeli New Yorker with his own take on faith and music.
Playing the music of and speaking to Israeli jazz guitarist Yotam Silberstein.
Sweden officially recognizes Palestine as a sovereign state, but what does that mean for the rest of the world?
It’s Debt Week at BTR! On today’s show, what is life like where the government picks up the bill for students? Is getting a (mostly) free ride all that it’s cracked up to be? Geert Faber is a graduate student from Holland who gives us a bit more perspective on whether the grass is truly greener on the other side.
It’s Photo Week at BTR! On today’s show, we’re on the phone with photography historian Brenton Hamilton. Plus, author and New York interior stylist Hilary Robertson chats about the appeals of “shelfies”.
It’s Hero Week on BTR! On today’s show, we’re celebrating banned books and the brave American bookstores who sell them. And later, Molly Freeman of the Hash podcast on BTR talks about Marvel’s awesome job of bringing better representation to comic books.
Ali Gharib joins us to discuss the state of Israel and Palestine, as well as how Iranian nuclear negotiations are going. And listener mail on the terrible TERF article.
What’s good ya’ll? World Hiphop…u DON’T Stop!!!
The current conflict Palestinian-Israeli entails extreme casualty ratios, imbalances in weapon technology, and unmet peace conditions.
Have you ever wished for a social app designed just for fashion? Well, WiShi is here to grant your wish! Part virtual closet from “Clueless,” part Polyvore, WiShi gives you access to an unlimited social circle of fellow fashionistas, who are all ready and excited to help you look your best! On today’s show, WiShi’s Lia Kislev talks about how she and co-founder Hila Angel developed their idea for this ingenious app, she offers some tips on how to use WiShi’s great features, and she shares some exciting new developments coming up for the WiShi community! Plus, a playlist full of great new music – I’ve got the latest today from My Brightest Diamond, Spider Bags, Matt Kivel, and a sneak peek at the upcoming debut from SOS, a talented new electronic duo out of Portland. So join us for a stylishly social hour with Sew & Tell on BTR!

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