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Brown Political Review

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BPRadio, the official podcast of the Brown Political Review, brings you highlights from BPR's coverage of policy and political affairs. Hosts: Annika Sigfstead and Autumn-Jade Stoner Podcast Leads: Kate Dario, Ethan Drake, Michael Seoane Podcast Associates: Miriam Arden, Casey Chan, Tevah Gevelber, Skylar Iosepovici, Lisa Li, Geireann Lindfield-Roberts, Gene Lu, Alexandra Ali Martinez, Lara Mikhail, Margaret Nesi, Katharine Orchard, Ben Rosenn, Emery Shelley, Ellie Thomson Executive Producer ...
 
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Seth McCombs & Peter Cunis

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Peter and Seth discuss all things Hellboy. Starting from Seed Of Destruction, each week they pore over a Hellboy story and dig out hidden references to folklore and mythology, clues to future stories and hints of Iron Shoes' overarching plan. What order do they cover the stories in? Ask Peter because Seth doesn't know. Follow us on instagram to see where we're headed next and read along! We are @bprdcast on Twitter and InstagramSeth is @sethalopod401 on InstagramPeter is @petercunisdrawings ...
 
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Diva Taunia

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The Backstage Pass Radio is a weekly show hosted by Diva Taunia and Jean Powergirl. The first hour of the show is hosted by Diva Taunia, award-winning professional musician and 8.5 year successful gastric bypass post-op. The top half of the show is dedicated to topics involving weight loss surgery, obesity, general health, and women's issues. The second half of the show is hosted by Jean Powergirl, a retired Texas family law trial lawyer and painter who focuses on international women's issue ...
 
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The Supreme Court heard a case Wednesday from Mississippi challenging Roe vs. Wade. BPR looks at the level of abortion access currently in Western North Carolina. Planned Parenthood spokesperson Molly Rivera says there isn’t access to abortion in the majority of North Carolina. “In North Carolina, 91 percent of counties in our state do not have an …
 
Jack Horton has been involved in local Western North Carolina politics since the 1970s. In November, he ran unopposed to become Franklin’s new Mayor. BRP's Lilly Knoepp spoke with Horton about his career and what he hopes to achieve in his new role. Here are some of the highlights of Horton’s career in the region: Horton was the first appointed Swa…
 
The inaugural cycle of StoryCraft, a partnership between BPR and Asheville Writers In The Schools and Community, used an exploration of the senses as our north star during a series of six youth storytelling workshops at the Grant Center. Our goal was to facilitate a genuine experience of identity exploration at a variety of levels through: Simplici…
 
What happens when you put a microphone and camera in the hands of youth? When you guide them through an exploration of the senses and encourage their creative expression? When you make space for youth and adults to collaborate, using a model that works to disrupt power dynamics and involve young people in shaping the programming? We are pleased to …
 
In the second part of StoryCraft, artist mentors Elizabeth Garland and Micah Mackenzie introduce us to 15-year-old Tori Stinson. During our series of summer storytelling workshops at the Grant Center, Tori used the writing prompt “Who am I?” to examine how dance defines her as a person, how she calls on dance to help her through difficult times. He…
 
In the first part of StoryCraft, we learn about the origins of the partnership with BPR and Asheville Writers In The Schools and Community, and we introduce you to one of the youth poets – 15-year-old Antonio Stinson, now in the 9th grade at Asheville High School. During StoryCraft’s summer 2021 storytelling workshops, Antonio used the writing prom…
 
1898 was a violent year in North Carolina. The white supremacist coup that took place in Wilmington that year is getting more and more attention as history is re-examined. Similar racist violence took place across the state that year, including an incident in the mountains that can still be felt today. History teacher John deVille convened a group …
 
Veteran’s Day celebrates the service of members of the armed forces. For some of those veterans, their service never stops, even years after they take off that uniform for the last time. For the Haywood County chapter of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, that service means a little something extra.저자 Cory Vaillancourt
 
Just one month after the protests following the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Asheville City Council approved a resolution calling for reparations for the city's black community. 16 months later, most of the details are still being worked out.저자 Matt Bush
 
Cherokee County’s former Department of Social Services director pleaded guilty to felony obstruction of justice at the end of October. The charge focuses on Cindy Palmer’s use of an illegal custody agreement which could have unlawfully removed as many as 50 children from their homes in the county. Carolina Public Press’ lead investigative reporter …
 
A news report released this month showed a Western North Carolina state representative is a member of one of the largest anti-government groups in the country. Republican Mike Clampitt told BPR that he wasn’t trying to hide his affiliation: Clampitt doesn’t see what was newsworthy about his name on a list of members of the Oath Keepers. “No, it's n…
 
The 2018 murder conviction of a Haywood County man charged with selling narcotics linked to a deadly overdose has caught the attention of public health researchers. They’ve published a paper that raises questions about the harsh punishment. BPR’s Helen Chickering talked with the researchers over Zoom about the behind the scenes work that led to the…
 
Fans of puns and cleaning up trash have an opportunity to help out in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park this weekend. Saturday is the 4 th year of the Deep Creep Smokies Service Day. Sheridan Roberts is the volunteer coordinator for the park. “We thought it would just be really fun to do a costumed clean-up at Deep Creep, Deep Creek – and cal…
 
An article in Rolling Stone magazine reports that two people who planned the rallies ahead of the January 6 th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. - both whom are now cooperating with Congressional investigators - have said they talked with seven Republican members of the House of Representatives or their offices ahead of the day ab…
 
Members of the National Nurses United Union at Mission Hospital marched outside the building Thursday morning, asking for a solution to a staff shortage across departments. Dozens of nurses gathered including a person dressed in a death costume with a sign reading “Unsafe staffing is good for business.” Others were dressed in scrubs, coats and mask…
 
Outside of Old Fort, the Western North Carolina railroad bends around Andrews Geyser. The man-made fountain is named after the vice president of the company that owned the railroad, built in the 1870’s. Now, the thousands of laborers who did the work are finally memorialized at the site too.저자 Matt Bush
 
On August 17th, flash floods caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Fred left six people dead in Haywood County, and devastated homes and businesses there and in neighboring Buncombe and Transylvania Counties. While the analysis is ongoing of what caused such rapid and destructive flooding in these tight spaces, one reason is inescapable - climat…
 
Dr. Darin Waters will take over next month as North Carolina's Deputy Secretary for Archives and History. The job in the state department of Natural and Cultural Resources comes with many responsibilities, including being North Carolina's state historian.저자 Matt Bush
 
Since BPR launched "The Porch" last summer, the news team has produced episodes centered on racial justice movements, policing, the insurrection on the US Capitol, all of this and more, while also navigating an unprecedented global pandemic. This episode is a little different. We invited listeners to submit funny stories from the past year and comp…
 
In this episode of The Porch, from BPR News, we explore this question: If communities benefit from the work and presence of artists, what is our collective responsibility to publicly pay for the arts? This episode includes: Interviews with Nate McGaha of Arts NC and Sheila Smith, recently retired from Minnesota Citizens for the Arts A look into our…
 
In this episode of The Porch, a production of the BPR news team, we hear from - BPR's Lilly Knoepp about her reporting on the independent monitor tasked with ensuring HCA holds to the promises it made when it purchased Mission Health Joel Burgess of the Asheville Citizen-Times about Asheville City Council's retreat this month which was at the cente…
 
In this episode of BPR News Presents: The Porch, we talk with— Musician, poet and writer Chelsea Labate Mike Martinez of the ska-rock band Natural Born Leaders Autobiographical storyteller and actress Barbie Angell Melissa Hyman of the folk duo The Moon & You Psychologist and researcher Dr. Christa Taylor Psychologist and dance therapist Dr. Ilene …
 
In this episode of BPR News Presents: The Porch, we talk with - Emma Johnson, the climate science fellow for The Pulitzer Center On Crisis Reporting. She's been examining how climate change is hurting Western North Carolina's famed trout fishing, and whether the pandemic has slowed or continued the damage. Dr. Edward Lopez, the director of Western …
 
In this episode of BPR News Presents: The Porch - We feature an episode of WUNC's podcast Tested titled 'An American Coup' which looks at the only violent overthrow of a government in U.S. history, which occurred in 1898 in Wilmington, North Carolina Western Carolina University political scientist Dr. Chris Cooper gives us a civics lesson on what i…
 
In this episode, we talk with - - Dr. David Ellis, the chief medical officer for Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville, where the first COVID-19 vaccines were administered in Western North Carolina this week. - Irene Smoker-Jackson, a Cherokee language translator for New Kituwah Academy Elementary in Cherokee. She's one of just a few hundred fluent Che…
 
In this episode, we talk with - - Dr. Chris Cooper of Western Carolina University, about why partisanship was the biggest winner in this week's elections in North Carolina - Raul Saldana, the founding director of the new PEAK Academy charter school in Asheville - Peter Lewis, reporter for AVL Watchdog, who wrote two extensive stories about the sale…
 
OVERVIEW:In the second episode of a two-part series, hosts Morgan Awner ’21 and Rachel Lim ’21 examine how Brown’s Computer Science department has implemented an ethics curriculum to help students comprehend the ethical implications of the code they produce.SPECIAL THANKS TO:Our interviewees, Andy van Dam, Tim Edgar, and Deborah Hurley, who are pro…
 
OVERVIEW:In this episode, hosts Morgan Awner ’21 and Rachel Lim ’21 examine how Brown’s Computer Science department has implemented an ethics curriculum to help students comprehend the real-world, ethical implications of the code they produce. This is the first episode in a two part series.SPECIAL THANKS TO:Our interviewees, Daniel Smits, Signe Gol…
 
Ooooooh shit! It's been a wild season of things that happened. We're gonna take a little break right now. It was supposed to be for one thing, but that thing didn't happen so we weren't gonna take a break but now there's this whole other End Of Days pandemic thing so we're gonna take a break anyway, at least until the Days start again. But we weren…
 
Oh man, shit is getting real for our boy! What's up with that hand? Why is Hellboy on Earth? I dunno, probably nothing good. Anyway, what movies do you keep going back to? I forgot to mention Thor Ragnarok. I think I've watched that four or five times in the two years since it came out. So much awesome crammed into one movie. Cate Blanchett vamps s…
 
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