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No, I Know

Multi media artists, activists and husband and wife duo, James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin, talk shop with special guests and perform live music. From art to science to society and culture, they bring you spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. On this podcast you will hear interviews highlighting people and organizations that do incredible community work around the nation. They aim to inspire you to find ways to engage with your community and your self positively. Thanks for listening!

Sep 17, 2021

Our guest is author Susan Verde and we speak about her newest title in the #1 New York Times best selling series called,  "I am Courage, a book of Resilience", illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds. What is Resilience, how can we cultivate it and why do we need it in our lives? How do we adapt in the face of tragedy and...


Sep 3, 2021

Meet some of the artists and musicians who will be at the National Folk Festival—one of America’s largest, most prestigious and longest-running celebrations of arts, culture, and heritage. A Great American Festival (celebrating it’s 80th year) Comes to Maryland’s Historic Eastern Shore. A free, large-scale...


Aug 13, 2021

 Our Special Guest: Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic Magazine photographer, Ami Vitale has traveled to more than 100 countries, bearing witness not only to violence and conflict, but also to surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit. Throughout the years, Ami has lived in mud huts and war zones,...


Jul 30, 2021

What does it take to be a member of one of the most prestigious dance companies in the world? What are the sacrifices to the art form and it’s life style? Most of us have no idea.
Georgina Pazcoguin, aka The Rogue Ballerina, was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania and began training at the age of 4 at the Allegheny Ballet...


Jul 16, 2021

On both National and Local levels in America, we see truly disturbing and disheartening images of violence and death of our fellow citizens. And if one has cultivated empathy for the state of our country, then we mourn that death, whether they are a civilian or a police officer. When faced with the growing issues in...