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Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This novelette was originally published in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 2005. It is read by the author.
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Topics: singularity, dogs, writing, Mondrian, sciencefiction, literature, utopia
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This novelette was originally published in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 2005. It is read by the author.
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Topics: singularity, dogs, writing, Mondrian, sciencefiction, literature, utopia
Free Reads
by James Patrick Kelly
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This novelette was originally published in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine in June, 2005. It is read by the author.
Topics: ingularity, dogs, writing, Mondrian, sciencefiction, literature, utopia
Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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"Money: A Comedy with Music" is a satiric portrayal of an economically troubled society in which an American banker tries to explain how money works. The new play written in 2010 in San Francisco moves from Brazil to New York, from scenes of wealth to scenes of bankruptcy, accompanied by cabaret songs, chicanery and financial chaos. Developed this year, but indebted to the Living Newspapers of the Federal Theatre Project from the 1930s, "Money" incorporates puppetry, film...
Topics: 1937, money, economics, comedy, musical, Federal Theater Project, WPA, Depression, derivatives
Tips From The Top Floor
by Christoph Marquardt
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Expocaster Intro
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Dr. Bruce & the Levity Zone Archive
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Returning for the second half of the Merry Pranksters visit to the Levity Zone, Prankster Lee Quarnstrom reads from his autobiography "When I was a Dynamiter" with a spectacular telling of the 1965 bust at Ken Kesey's house in La Honda. Yours truly, Dr. Bruce, shares Leon Tabory's hitherto untold tale of the accidental painting of Kesey's magic bus before its epic 1964 New York trip, a chance inspiration that colored up the whole 60s. And John Leopold, First District Supervisor of...
Topics: Merry Pranksters, Acid Test, 1960s, Santa Cruz, Ken Kesey
Dr. Bruce & the Levity Zone Archive
by Dr. Bruce Damer
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Roll open the doors to the DigiBarn Computer Museum as we enter a new theme in the Zone. Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak gets a grand tour of Dr. Bruce's vintage computer collection. Deep nerd wisdom is mixed with whimsical techie banter as first person true stories of Apple and the rise of the personal computer are shared. Credits: Steve Wozniak, Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell, Sellam Ismail (speakers, recording and editing), Bo Millward (sound cleanup) Kyle Espenshade (theme music)....
Topics: Steve Wozniak, Apple Computer, DigiBarn Computer Museum, Apple II, Xerox Alto, Elixir Technologies,...
Dr. Bruce & the Levity Zone Archive
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Dhiren Dasu
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Dr. Bruce returns for a Studio Session with Dhiren Dasu recorded back in 2012 where he dove into his  primordial thinking behind the recently published hypothesis on the origin of life, musings on the origin of the cosmos, and the unique place of life and God in the universe. Credits: Dr. Bruce Damer (speaker), Dhiren Dasu (interview and audio recording), Ryan Norkus (cover art) Mental Physix (theme music). [released 2 July 2016]
Topics: science, origin of life, cosmogenesis, God, evolution
Dr. Bruce & the Levity Zone Archive
by Dr. Bruce Damer
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Dr. Bruce marks the sad passing in April 2017 of Bob Taylor, the innovative father of much of the digital technology that we use every day. Bob funded Doug Engelbart's lab in the mid 1960s creating the first interactive computing information environment using a mouse and conceived of and headed the ARPANET project, forerunner of the Internet. In the 70s he directed the Xerox PARC Computer Science Lab which brought us the Alto. the first networked personal computer, and ran DEC labs in the...
Topics: Xerox PARC, Doug Engelbart, computer mouse, ARPANET, Silicon Valley, Xerox Alto, Ethernet
In this episode of Exploring the Illusion of Free Will, recorded on March 2, 2011, host George Ortega explains how our unconscious, which never sleeps, always participates in our decisions, rendering free will impossible.
Topics: free will vs. determinism, free choice, causal will, unconscious will, cause and effect,...
Evolution 101
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The first episode of Evolution 101.
Evolution 101
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A look at some of the inaccurate portrayals of evolution by those with good and bad intentions.
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Evolution 101
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Today is Charles Darwin's birthday- how many people know who he was and what he did?
Evolution 101
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The scientific concept of species is not as clear as most people think.
Evolution 101
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Evolution critics say that evolution is random. They're both right and wrong.
Evolution 101
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Is the human genome full of junk, or is it important for proper genetic function?
Evolution 101
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Why are evolutionary biologists interested in developmental biology?
Evolution 101
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A short primer on the basics of molecular biology.
Evolution 101
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Part 1 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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Part 2 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
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Part 2 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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Part 2 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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Part 3 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution.
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Evolution 101
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Part 4 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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Part 5 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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Part 6 of the Molecular Evidence for Evolution
Evolution 101
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A look at the concept of the "transitional species" and several examples.
Evolution 101
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A look at the basics of human evolution from Australopithecus to Homo sapiens.
Evolution 101
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A look at one of the most popular, but unscientific, arguments by a scientist who disagrees with evolutionary theory.
Evolution 101
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A look at the function of sex and some of the reasons why it has been favored by evolution.
Evolution 101
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Is the Mitochondrial Eve a scientific fact or just another myth?
Evolution 101
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Is evolutionary theory just useful for ivory tower scientists, or is it relevant to practical everyday life?
Evolution 101
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A look at the science behind the techinque of radiometric dating. Also, listener email!
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Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Is there any evidence against evolutionary theory that has been produced by those who deny it?
Topics: evolution, creationism, intelligent design
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Is there any evidence against evolutionary theory that has been produced by those who deny it?
Topic: evolution
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Is a biological foundation of homosexuality precluded by evolutionary theory?
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Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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This week, I answer some of the many questions that have been emailed to me.
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Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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This week, I answer several listener questions submitted by email.
Topic: evolution
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Critics of evolutionary theory say that this concept represents a fatal controversy. Are they right?
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Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Some critics of evolutionary theory say that this concept exposes a fatal controversy. Are they right?
Topics: evolution, punctuated equilibrium
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore, Ph.D.
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Men have nipples, and yet they don't use them for lactation. How does evolutionary theory explain this?
Topics: evolution, lactation, nipples
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore
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How does evolutionary theory explain the fact that humans don't have hair on their body except for a few weird places?
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Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore
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It is commonly asked how evolutionary theory can account for the increase of information. A friend of mine weighs in on this subject to help explain the underlying aspects of this approach and why it is irrelevant to evolution.
Topics: evolution, information theory
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore
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Information Theory
Topics: evolution, information theory
Evolution 101
by Zachary Moore
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Those who argue against evolution claim that is is racist, and has been used to justify horrible acts of instutitional racism. Is this supported by the theory?
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Evolution 101
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Although I've stated that human and chimp genes only differ by 3%, is there any difference more substantial in our DNA?
Topics: evolution, HAR1
Free Will, Science, and Religion
by Chandler Klebs and George Ortega
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Chandler Klebs and George Ortega talk about all kinds of bizarre topics that will blow your mind. Free will belief that keeps us from asking bigger questions of the infinite regress of causality that compels us to do what we do. Chandler and George no longer have this limitation and have a fun time talking about beliefs and opinions that are beyond comprehension.
Topics: freewillsciencereligionpodcast, neuroscience, brain, mind, volition, free choice, consciousness,...
Free Will, Science, and Religion
by Chandler Klebs, George Ortega, David Joseph, Trick Slattery, Mitch J, and Mike Walsh
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Chandler Klebs, George Ortega, David Joseph, Trick Slattery, Mitch J, and Mike Walsh discuss different views on time and their implications for free will, determinism, and even fatalism. During this podcast George and Trick defended the view known as "presentism" and Mike and Mitch defended the view known as "eternalism." Links: Here are some more links to explain the concepts we talked about: This one is the ladder paradox, a really fascinating paradox in relativity. It...
Topics: freewillsciencereligionpodcast, neuroscience, brain, mind, volition, free choice, consciousness,...
Free Will, Science, and Religion
by Chandler Klebs, Trick Slattery, Michael Walsh, and David Joseph
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Chandler Klebs, Trick Slattery, Michael Walsh, and David Joseph talk about free will, moral responsibility, and other beliefs that may be a useful fiction. A belief may be false but it might lead to happiness for an individual. Are there times when we should allow for useful fictions if we find them harmless? Does it matter if Jennifer Lopez is in love with Michael Walsh? What useful fictions might be necessary and which can be discarded? Official Podcast Website:...
Topics: freewillsciencereligionpodcast, neuroscience, brain, mind, volition, free choice, consciousness,...
Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
by Shaping San Francisco
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Excerpted from Jason Ferreira's essay "'With the Soul of a Human Rainbow' : Los Siete, Black Panthers, and Third Worldism in San Francisco" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Topics: Los Siete, Mission politics, San Francisco police, racism, repression, Third Worldism
Art Waves
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Amanda Jernigan returns to Art Waves with her second poetry collection, All the Daylight Hours.  Join us for a poetic exploration of time and mortality with someone who chooses her words with exquisite care.  Someone who says language makes things happen, and then proves it.
Topics: Warren Heiti, Shotgun Jimmie,, Beth Follett, Pedlar Press, Christopher Marlowe, Ovid, Monica Kidd,...
Tips From The Top Floor
by Christoph Marquardt
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A Photography Podcast for the Digital Photographer
Topics: podcast, digital, photography
In The News: The president is going to address the topic of terrorism ( and has done so ) and the contentious-among-legislators issue of Guantanamo Bay concentration camp shortly. Congress recently nixed closure funds for Guantanamo... I guess Pelican Bay and the SuperMax at Marion Ohio aren't so impregnable after all for the "No Terrorists In MY Back Yard" NIMBY crowd. Also notable, from the New York Times... Changes to your constitutional/legal rights coming up? May 21, 2009 Obama...
Topics: Travus T. Hipp, Cabale News Service, KPIG, Politics, News, Alternative News, U.S. Foreign Policy,...
Source: KPIG radio & KVMR radio, respectively in Freedom, and Nevada City... California
The Command Line Podcast
by Thomas Gideon
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This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast. This time, I chat about some recent news stories that caught my attention, including: How the Internet of Things Limits Consumer Choice Tracing the Dynabook China Using US Encryption Fight To Defend Its New Encryption Backdoor Mandate Comcast Cap Blunder Highlights How Nobody Is Ensuring Broadband Meters Are Accurate New York is finally installing its promised public gigabit Wi-Fi After A Decade Of Waiting For Verizon, Town Builds Itself Gigabit...
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Art Waves
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Marie Franek, Helena Adamczyk & Kerry Corrigan are the three incredibly talented women who make up Studio Babette.  Puppet masters, actors, set designers, writers and more, they create puppet shows from folk tales, songs, and perhaps most importantly, local history.  To learn more about the ancient art of puppetry join us for this magical episode of Art Waves.
Topics: Ruthven Park, Dundurn Castle, The Pearl Company, Alexander Mergold, Joanne Bingham, Puppet...
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Writer Ellen Jaffe returns to Art Waves to discuss her new collection of poems, Skinny Dipping with the Muse.  She also has a new hat to wear, as contributing editor of the cross-border literary magazine, The Great Lakes Review.  Throw off your clothes and dive in to Art Waves!
Topics: Lorna Crozier, Wintergreen Studio, Rena Upitis, James Strecker, Rita Chiarelli, Hannele Pohjanmies,...
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Jeffery Donaldson returns to Art Waves with his new collection of essays on poetry and poetics entitled Echo Soundings . For a lively discussion of ghostly encounters with mentors in poetry, the current renaissance in Canadian poetry, and all things poetic and spiritual, drop a stone of attention into this hour of Art Waves.
Topics: Karen Schindler, U. of T. Quarterly, W.H. Auden, John Terpstra, Mark Strand, Marianne Moore, James...
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In the fall of 2014 Seraphim Editions published the anthology Engraved: Canadian Stories of World War One. It's a powerful collection of stories about how that war changed Canadian society. This episode of Art Waves welcomes three Engraved writers: Carol Leigh Wehking, who wrote about conscientious objector Edwin Zavitz; Jean Ryan, who wrote about a WWI nurse from Paris, Ont.; and Lise Levesque, who wrote about the tragedy of her grandfather, Edouard Quirion.
Topics: Religious Society of Friends, Edwin Zavitz, Sidwell School, conscription, the American Friends...
In this episode, recorded on August 9, 2011, host George Ortega describes British philosopher Galen Strawson's refutation of free will, that is based on a logical extension of the principle that nothing can be the cause of itself.
Topics: free will vs. determinism, free choice, causal will, unconscious will, cause and effect,...
Art Waves
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Poet and scholar Jeffery Donaldson turns the tables on Art Waves host Bernadette Rule in this episode, as he interviews her about her collection of poems, Earth Day in Leith Churchyard: Poems in Search of Tom Thomson (Seraphim Editions, 2016). The program closes with four songs: Hard Times sung by Thomas Hampson; Tom Thomson's Mandolin by Bob Yates; Shining Birch Tree by Wade Hemsworth; and Brush & Paddle by Ian Tamblyn.
Topics: Tom Thomson, Jeffery Donaldson, Owen Sound, Leith, Don McKay, Kitty Lewis, Carys Ryan, Winnifred...
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By popular demand, Jean Rae Baxter is at work on the sixth of her Canadian historical novels set in the era of the United Empire Loyalists. To do so she has had to set aside her manuscript of an adult novel set during the American invasion of Pelee Island in 1838. And somehow she has to fit all this in with her impending marriage and a move to Kingston. A force to be reckoned with, Jean Rae Baxter visits Art Waves to talk about her astonishing writing career.
Topics: Queens University, Opera Hamilton, Tiger Cats, Seraphim Editions, A Novel Idea Bookstore, Verdi,...
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Two writers published this fall by Seraphim Editions are featured in this episode: Katharine O'Flynn & Ian Lancashire . O'Flynn's Coming Home is a collection of linked short stories about an English family emigrating to Creston B.C. while Lancashire's Primal Testamen t is an epic poem in ten cantos which takes as its subject nothing less than life on earth from the beginning. For a fascinating discussion which covers creativity and belonging, flatworms and family, join us for episode 296.
Topics: emigration, family stories, Creston B.C., Nelson B.C., the Kootenays, Wales, England, epic poetry,...
Art Waves
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Moving to Alberta gave a deaf six-year-old back her hearing. An eccentric and brilliant piano teacher guided her toward composition. She is now Composer-in-Residence with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and is repaying her adopted country in uncountable ways—among them putting Roch Carrier's iconic Canadian story, The Hockey Sweater, to music. At the end of this compelling interview Art Waves has added two of Abigail Richardson-Schulte 's compositions in their entirety: The Hockey Sweater...
Topics: Calgary, deafness, Beethoven, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, composing, Bach, the University...
Art Waves
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Chelsea McWilliams, Danielle Beaudin and Tim Allard make up The Redhill Valleys , a Hamilton trio that blends country, rock and folk to create genre-defying music. And that music is setting Hamilton on fire. Just one year after their self-titled debut album was released, they are already working on another collection. Tune in to another Art Waves mini concert, and thrill to these beautiful harmonies.
Topics: Jim Watson, Austin Livingood, Nashville, The Bluebird Cafe, Carl Jennings, Westmoreland Recording...
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Hamilton writer John Terpstra returns to Art Waves with his tenth book of poetry, Mischief. From the manly cover, through the background of how it got its title, to the reading of the last poem in the interview, you will find yourself engaged and delighted as this particularly mischievous grasshopper sings his songs and tells his stories.
Topics: Wolsak & Wynn, Chedoke Creek, nature in the city, aging, The Hamilton Spectator, found poetry,...
Slaughter Film
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Warning! There may be language used in this Slaughter Film podcast that is not suitable for all listeners. This week the Horror Duo show their appreciation for the tortured souls of the Criterion Collection. Forest shares his appreciation for the spooky ghost flick Carnival of Souls . Cory revisits the works of H. G. Wells with the 1932 adaptation of Island of Dr. Moreau - The Island of Lost Souls . They also chat about the recent Barnes and Noble Criterion sale that just may have sparked an...
Topics: Slaughter Film, podcast, horror, criterion collection, Carnival of Souls, Island of Lost Souls
Art Waves
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Sam Robinson has worked as a child therapist, arts administrator and sculptor. This year he decided to publish a book of his short stories, Neither...Nor . Each piece in the collection was prompted by a question, but Robinson says it wasn't as much his goal to answer the question for readers, as to battle rigid thinking. The book closes with a nonfiction piece about Percy Leggett, a mid-twentieth century Hamilton “character”--a man whom that word, in its highest form, fits him better than...
Topics: Macassa, self-publishing, Haudenosaunee, League of the Iroquois, anthropology, Robert Yates,...
Art Waves
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Darrell Epp is interested in "the poem as a document of its own creation, a celebration of the creative process itself".  With each collection of poems he publishes, he comes closer to realizing this.  His third book, Sinners Dance --due to be released this spring--was originally intended to be an exploration of Epp's Mennonite heritage, but the poems took him in other directions, and he let them.  They will take you on surprising journeys as well.
Topics: Staircase Theatre, Joseph Conrad, Raymond Chandler, Graham Greene, Wm. Faulkner, Somerset Maugham,...
In this excellent episode of Exploring the Illusion of Free Will, recorded on January 12, 2012, producer and host George Ortega explains how the belief in hell requires a prior belief in free will.
Topics: free will vs. determinism, free choice, causal will, unconscious will, cause and effect,...
5 Song Set
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Episode 111: Five Songs From Decca Records 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On May 12, 2016, Episode 111 of the podcast was released. In this episode, I have five songs for you that were released on Decca Records in the 1930s and 1940s. The songs are: "Swing That...
Topics: 5 Song Set, music podcast, Louis Armstrong, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Barrel House Annie, The Ink...
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Episode 11: Dixieland 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On June 24, 2011, Episode 11 of the podcast was released. This episode takes us from the beginning of Dixieland right up to the edge of what still fits in the genre. We get to hear some great music along the way....
Topics: dixieland, original dixieland jass band, miff mole, jed davis, emersen, firecracker jazz band
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Episode 1: Cab Calloway Is Awesome! 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On January 14, 2011, Episode 1 of the podcast was released. This episode is entirely devoted to Cab Calloway and his fabulous, fun music. All the music from this episode is freely available from the...
Topics: music, Cab Calloway
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Episode 55: Surf! 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On April 19, 2013, Episode 55 of the podcast was released. In this episode, you will hear five songs from the surf music genre. Surf music was initally popular in the early 1960s, before the British Invasion, but it...
Topics: 5 song set, music podcast, surf music, action camp, 4Waves, Los Lunes, Gulf of Brass, The Orions
5 Song Set
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Episode 70: Chant 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On November 24, 2013, Episode 70 of the podcast was released. Chant - when I hear the word, I think of Gregorian chant from the Middle Ages. However, chant goes far beyond that. There is chant in a variety of religions...
Topics: 5 song set, music podcast, chant, mignarda, Bill Pfleging, i fight dragons, chance chants,...
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Episode 92: Five Songs from the 1920s 5 Song Set is an eclectic music podcast that plays everything from ragtime to punk. Each episode is five songs long and includes information about the songs and the bands that perform them, as well as other interesting information that varies from show to show. On January 18, 2015, Episode 92 of the podcast was released. Here are five songs for you from the 1920s, in memory of my grandmother. The songs are: "Some Sunny Day" by Lee Wiley...
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Topics: 5 song set, music podcast, 1920s, jazz age, miff mole, irving aaronson, lee wiley, my blue heaven,...