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Watching the Riot

Adrianne posted on Thursday, January 17th, 2008 | Podcasted | No Comments

This week it’s Watching a Riot Through a Window by producer Zak Rosen. The story is told by Mike Mcbride: he originally wrote the piece in 1997 for the Detroit Sunday Journal.


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What a Fellowship!

Adrianne posted on Thursday, January 17th, 2008 | Podcasted | 1 Comment

This week it’s What a Fellowship! from producer Judah Bruce Leblang. Enjoy it on your commute home for the long weekend.

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An Immigrant’s Story in Four Generations

Adrianne posted on Thursday, January 10th, 2008 | Podcasted | No Comments

From the graveyard to a parade float: this week it’s An Immigrant’s Story in Four Generations from producer Melissa Townsend.


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Just In Time For the Season

Adrianne posted on Tuesday, December 4th, 2007 | Podcasted | No Comments

Put your wallets away: this week it’s Shoplifting 101 (irr, by which we mean “merchandise liberation”) from producer Eric Zassenhaus.


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The Moth, LOL

Adrianne posted on Wednesday, November 21st, 2007 | Podcasted | 1 Comment

Rocking our socks lately has been New York City based The Moth. Check out a performance if you happen to be in that area (or, you know, join them on tour in Australia).


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Today’s podcast features an excerpt by Adam Gopnik from The Moth On Air Pilot, but you will regret it for the rest of your life if you don’t listen to the entire show.

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The Raven

Adrianne posted on Friday, October 26th, 2007 | Podcasted | No Comments

A spooky podcast for you this week, meant to listen to as you don your lion/gorilla/Scream mask and arrange your cotton spiderwebs: it’s The Raven by Emon Hassan and the Hassberry Theatre Company.


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Through a Door

Adrianne posted on Friday, October 19th, 2007 | Podcasted | No Comments

And now for something completely . . . spooky.

If you recognize the producer’s name, it’s no coincidence: we podcasted her piece “Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Curtain” five months ago. (Almost to the day, actually. This wasn’t intentional, but heck, they’re both great pieces.)

The piece is called Through a Door and it’s by producer Sarah Boothroyd, with New Adventures in Sound Art.


Image by Sarah Boothroyd.

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The Steam Engine Lives On

Adrianne posted on Friday, October 5th, 2007 | Podcasted | No Comments

Do you like “character” in a machine?

This week it’s In Brooklyn the Steam Engine Lives On from producer Jonah Engle.

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Blood Pressure For Fun

Adrianne posted on Friday, September 14th, 2007 | Podcasted | No Comments

And . . . after a holiday hiatus, we’re back! This week is concerning your health. Or lack thereof. It’s BP from producer David Berner.


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The Cost of Being Pale

Adrianne posted on Friday, August 24th, 2007 | Blog, Podcasted | No Comments

Too dark? Too light? Both insecurities and their accompanying “solutions” can pose major health risks. This week it’s The Cost of Being Pale from Michelle Betz of the World Vision Report.


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