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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!

Mar 4, 2022

The Positively Adventurous League Series: First Book: "As Alone as Alone Could Be" Written By Rachel Mcintosh, Illustrations by Merve Terzi Yildiz, Production Consultant David Zellerford. 

"As Alone As Alone Could Be, a beautifully illustrated children’s book and the first title in the series, features “Sparkles”...

Nov 19, 2021

I narrated my first audio book in 2005, a very large and little known book called Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, a giant series to kick off my career and here I am 90 books later and I have told many stories, which I love so much. And on this episode we have guest: Jeremy Forsyth,  whom we have had the pleasure of working...

Jun 13, 2018

In this episode, co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell are celebrating their 13th wedding anniversary and they invite you to join them for dinner and a little radio theater broadcast called "As For Tomorrow" written by James Harrell of Lythion Music and performed by James and Ilyana. Plus a bonus music treat called...

Nov 8, 2016

Special Guest: Sasha Hynes- a lawyer and mother who immigrated from Russia to America in the late 1970's. She visits the podcast and tells an immigrant story, a coming of age reflection on racism, political correctness, a good old fashioned American tale. Music Segment: Ilyana and James perform their song "The Reason".

Aug 30, 2016

Special Guest: Liza Zapol, an artist and oral historian who creates sound, multi media works and performance on the themes of memory and place using documentary methods. We chat with her about the differences between oral history and modern story telling. From the every day life stories to the preservation of major...