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Misha Tune - заметная фигура в клубном движении России и в интернете, музыкант, диджей, промоутер собственных вечеринок, арт-директор лучших площадок в городе Сочи (Sky Club, The BOX, Central Park). За плечами Михаила музыкальные релизы на лейблах Particles Rec., Minim.all Rec., Dushe Rec, авторская online и глянцевая рубрика "Хедлайнер" о музыке и электронных музыкантах.
 
Girl and the Gov, The Podcast strives to provide a platform for young women to engage with the evolving political sphere in an approachable, digestible, and accessible way. Co-hosts Sammy Kanter and Maddie Medved, aim to provide an inside look at the ins-and-outs of government and politics through engaging interviews with leaders in the field and segments that address the questions everyone wants to ask but never does. In this podcast, there’s no question too stupid, no rock left unturned, a ...
 
In the years since its conception in 2006, Prosthetic has grown from a humble bedroom label to an internationally known driving force. Prosthetic focuses on volatile, left field techno that showcases talents from around the world. Always evolving their cultural identity, Prosthetic maintains its credibility in the Chicago community by the continuous enthusiasm and perseverance for dance music. Now in their 5th year, Prosthetic's profile must once again take a forward step into the future. Pl ...
 
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We’ve got California’s housing crisis on the mind and more than a few questions as to how it emerged. To shed light on these q’s, we tapped none other than Senator Scott Wiener (CA, SD-11) to tell us the tales of the past, present, and future of the housing crisis and the related homelessness crisis that has made a name for itself in the state. We …
 
If we had a penny for every time we heard the phrase “Haitian border crisis” over the last few weeks, we’d be richer than Jeff Bezos (don’t tell him, thanks). That phrase begs many questions - is it really a crisis? Who on earth was and is responsible for what we are seeing unfold at our southern border? Is there a reason these people aren’t being …
 
The concept of sex education might bring you back to an array of incredibly awkward classes taught begrudgingly by your gym teacher. It might also conjure absolutely nothing if you’re from a state where parents can opt their children out of sex education at school. Sex education, its depth and most importantly, its accuracy varies state to state. F…
 
Our first dive into this issue in depth, albeit a very important one, this episode takes us through the background and the basics of gun reform in the US. An often touchy topic, as well as one with many behind the scenes players, the expert we brought in, Nico Bocour, Government Affairs Director at Giffords Courage, shed light on it from a data-bas…
 
How can running for office be more accessible for working parents? Sarah Hague, political director at Vote Mama PAC has got the 411 on a solution that tackles one of the many critical hurdles parents face. Eyeing the need for a more diverse and important set of voices at the table (hello, young working parents), Vote Mama takes aim at changing the …
 
The last few weeks have been headline city as it relates to the US’s longest war -- the war in Afghanistan. A departure from the past 20 years, where the war received little to no press coverage, the past few weeks had many of us constantly at a loss for words and left with many questions as to how on earth we got to this place. Cue, this week’s ep…
 
Grab your cowboy boots and get ready to head to Texas in this episode where we get into the complexities of the Lone Star state’s politics with congressional candidate for TX-35, Claudia Zapata. Tackling a few of the many controversies that have taken to the headlines as of late, our conversation touches on voting rights legislation, the strategy o…
 
When you think ‘Iowa’, you may think of presidential campaigns and the buzz that surrounds the infamous caucuses. However, politics happens in the state 365, 24/7, especially in Cedar Rapids. In this episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Cedar Rapids Councilmember Ashley Vanorny (D-5) about the politics of her district, the politics of city…
 
In this episode we take a virtual road trip down to Louisiana to chat with State Representative Mandie Landry (LA, D-91) on what it’s like to be pro-choice in a heavily red (and anti-choice) state. Walking us through her experiences, her conversations with colleagues, and painting the picture as to the political landscape of the state, we learned t…
 
This week we virtually traveled to Philly to get the skinny on a district that will be the talk of the town, or dare we say the talk of the City of Brotherly Love, as we head into the 2022 midterms. In our explorations sans cheesesteak, we chatted with candidate and congressional hopeful, Alexandra Hunt about her campaign, the ins-and-outs of Phill…
 
In this episode we officially leave Sammy’s NY territory and hop on over to Maddie’s in California to chat with Fatima Iqbal-Zubair who is a candidate running for CA State Assembly (D64). And when we say running in this case, we mean running as a grassroots progressive candidate against an incumbent Democrat. There’s tea and there’s real talk on wh…
 
It’s all in the branding isn’t it? That is very much the case of the concept of Crisis Pregnancy Centers, as well as that of Planned Parenthood. In our first deep dive conversation (we don’t know how it’s our first either) on women’s health and the politics surrounding it, we virtually sat down with State Senator Cappelletti (PA-17) to get into it …
 
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