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Best KMUW podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best KMUW podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Musical Space is a look at all things music, by KMUW Music Commentator Mark Foley. Mark is Assistant Professor of Double Bass and Electric Bass, and Principal Double Bass in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He has been a featured soloist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He also has performed with the Rochester Philharmonic, the Heidelberg Castle Opera Festival, the Binghamton Symphony, the Minnesota Opera and also performs extensively as a jazz artist.
 
From KMUW Studios, You're Saying It Wrong is a podcast that looks at what we get wrong--and what we sometimes get right--when it comes to this English language. Hosted by KMUW's Fletcher Powell, each episode features a conversation with the sister and brother who wrote the book on it. Literally. You're Saying It Wrong: A Pronunciation Guide to the 150 Most Commonly Mispronounced Words and Their Tangled Histories of Misuse is by Kathryn Petras and Ross Petras. Each week Kathy and Ross send a ...
 
KMUW's Engage ICT: Democracy on Tap presents monthly community conversations on topics that touch our daily lives. Join us for the next event on: Tuesday, March 10 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Roxy's Downtown | 412 1/2 E. Douglas Topic and panelists to be announced. Submit your questions and comments in advance using the Two-Way Radio feature on the KMUW app , or send an email to info@kmuw.org. Engage ICT events are free and open to all. Appetizers are provided by Roxy's Downtown and drinks are availab ...
 
In 20 years of listening to hip hop, its music and stories have never left me unchallenged or unchanged. Throughout its history—from Kool Herc to KRS and beyond—hip hop has told the story of America through the styles of noir, memoir, jazz and rhythm and blues, comic books and blockbuster action movies. It is everything we say we are, and those things we maintain we are not. This is the new American Songbook.
 
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This year’s Documentary Oscar nominees tackled some pretty lofty topics. The war in Syria, tensions between U.S. and Chinese business practices, the eroding of democracy, and, of course, beekeeping in Macedonia. OK, I’m poking a little fun, that last one might not seem so weighty, but its inclusion with those others shows how strong the movie, Hone…
 
This year’s Documentary Oscar nominees tackled some pretty lofty topics. The war in Syria, tensions between U.S. and Chinese business practices, the eroding of democracy, and, of course, beekeeping in Macedonia. OK, I’m poking a little fun, that last one might not seem so weighty, but its inclusion with those others shows how strong the movie, Hone…
 
I’ve always been attracted to photography. My first camera was a little 110 film camera that added a Ninja Turtle to the corner of every photo. The problem with that was that, for a kid, film and developing were expensive and slow. In 1998, Nintendo released a digital camera I could afford - the Game Boy camera. It was a cartridge for Game Boy that…
 
I’ve always been attracted to photography. My first camera was a little 110 film camera that added a Ninja Turtle to the corner of every photo. The problem with that was that, for a kid, film and developing were expensive and slow. In 1998, Nintendo released a digital camera I could afford - the Game Boy camera. It was a cartridge for Game Boy that…
 
When smartphones and online text editors no longer auto-corrected “gonna” and “kinda,” I knew I had to fight back. It’s not that these constructions are necessarily wrong. Contractions — such as the one at the beginning of the previous sentence — have become acceptable in many circumstances, for example, radio commentaries. “Goodbye” has so long be…
 
When smartphones and online text editors no longer auto-corrected “gonna” and “kinda,” I knew I had to fight back. It’s not that these constructions are necessarily wrong. Contractions — such as the one at the beginning of the previous sentence — have become acceptable in many circumstances, for example, radio commentaries. “Goodbye” has so long be…
 
Lizzie the librarian has a long list of worries -- her drug addict brother; cranky professors lining up at the help desk; her bum knee; the end of the world. She is the narrator behind Jenny Offill’s newest novel, “Weather,” a slender but powerful book that reads like a collection of random thoughts but so accurately reflects the fragmented, Twitte…
 
Lizzie the librarian has a long list of worries -- her drug addict brother; cranky professors lining up at the help desk; her bum knee; the end of the world. She is the narrator behind Jenny Offill’s newest novel, “Weather,” a slender but powerful book that reads like a collection of random thoughts but so accurately reflects the fragmented, Twitte…
 
Film critic Justin Chang wrote in the LA Times, “It’s just the Oscars—but my God, it matters that Parasite won best picture.” Chang is right about pretty much everything he says in his piece, but we should probably acknowledge that first part. Yes, it is just the Oscars, and it is possible to overstate the importance of this. When’s the last time y…
 
Film critic Justin Chang wrote in the LA Times, “It’s just the Oscars—but my God, it matters that Parasite won best picture.” Chang is right about pretty much everything he says in his piece, but we should probably acknowledge that first part. Yes, it is just the Oscars, and it is possible to overstate the importance of this. When’s the last time y…
 
The celebrated artist photographer, Dimitris Skliris is back at it with a powerful exhibition that opened First Friday February at Tiffany Farha Design, 2820 E. Central, Wichita. Entering the location I found Skliris’s work throughout the beautifully appointed interior design shop. Viewing the work as I might while visiting a fine home, the atmosph…
 
The celebrated artist photographer Dimitris Skliris is back at it with a powerful exhibition that opened First Friday February at Tiffany Farha Design, 2820 E. Central. Entering the location I found Skliris’ work throughout the beautifully appointed interior design shop. Viewing the work as I might while visiting a fine home, the atmosphere lent a …
 
After Mitt Romney was defeated with a stinging 332-206 loss in the electoral college in 2012, the Republican National Committee commissioned a report suggesting what the party needed to do to be a majority party. The release of the report four months after the election was clear in its conclusion that the Republican Party was out of touch with the …
 
Watch out for Friday the 14 th . Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is looming on the calendar. I thought I’d take the moment to express appreciation for some of the love-worthy things for which Hallmark does not create big glittery heart-shaped greeting cards. Among the loves of my life: The lady around the block from me who has an elaborate Vale…
 
I should begin by saying, I’m a sucker for weird. Weird food. Weird art. Weird newspaper stories about 37-pound cats that people line up to adopt from the local Humane Society. So when I heard about “Little Weirds,” a book by actress and comedian Jenny Slate, I thought, “Wait a second . . . ‘Weird’ as a noun? I’m here for it.”…
 
I should begin by saying, I’m a sucker for weird. Weird food. Weird art. Weird newspaper stories about 37-pound cats that people line up to adopt from the local Humane Society. So when I heard about “Little Weirds,” a book by actress and comedian Jenny Slate, I thought, “Wait a second . . . ‘Weird’ as a noun? I’m here for it.”…
 
Each year, in amongst the annual Pixar and Dreamworks entries for the Best Animated Feature award, there’s always one or two nominees that pretty much no one has ever heard of. Usually they’re from outside the U.S., and usually there’s almost no way for most of us to see them. But, there’s reason to hope this might be changing. This year’s film tha…
 
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