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Melanie and Megan hosting conversations with individuals that work as creative influencers. When tuning in, you will engage in interviews with these influencers that hope to shine light into their experiences working in the midst of the entertainment industry.
 
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Octavio Isaac Rojas Orduña

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Octavio Isaac Rojas Orduña, fundador de la agencia de comunicación túatú y presidente de la asociación “Mexicanos Aquí”, dirige Revista Mprende, un espacio radiofónico en donde hablaremos sobre todo lo relacionado con el mundo de la empresa en Madrid, México y el mundo.
 
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MPR Deb and Gregg

MPR Deb and Gregg

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My name is Gregg and I Co-Host Midwest Paratalk Radio, I have been in Indy for most of my life. And have been interested in the paranormal for a long time. It wasn’t until a personal experience at 30 that I realized that there was some validity to the paranormal. Having a need for more knowledge I started looking at different media venues. Researching, reading and talking to different groups that I have come across blogtalkradio. And have found some great people. Having a radio background, B ...
 
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How’s your heart, physically and emotionally? February is American Heart Month and this year the focus is on empowering Black adults to reduce their risks of heart problems. That’s because the CDC says Black Americans ages 35 to 54 are two times more likely to die from heart disease than white adults. MPR News host Angela Davis digs into why that i…
 
The FDA make major revisions to COVID-19 antiretrovirals; Large study finds possible new indication for beta blockers; Jesduvroq approved; Artificial tears product recalled; Evusheld emergency use authorization halted.
 
Modern English loves an idiom. We use them all the time. “Take the cake.” “Eat crow.” “Deader than a doornail.” “By hook or by crook.” “Cut the mustard.” “Left in the lurch.” But do we really know what they mean? That was University of Minnesota linguistics professor Anatoly Liberman’s question when he set out to write a dictionary of common Englis…
 
Mourners gathered last week in Memphis, Tenn. to remember Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man who was fiercely beaten by police officers. His death has renewed calls for police reform nationally and in Minnesota, at a time when public confidence in police continues to drop and some police departments struggle to retain officers. MPR News host Ang…
 
Despite the tech sector being hit hard with layoffs, there’s no recession in sight in the U.S., thanks to a few key industries that have been furiously hiring. With a strong job market and inflation easing, the Federal Reserve should feel more comfortable ending its campaign of rate hikes sooner rather than later. MPR News’ senior economics contrib…
 
MPR News host Angela Davis spent a week and a half touring South Africa with a group of public radio listeners from around the United States. Their group visited historic sites in Johannesburg, Soweto and Cape Town, and went on safari. They met people who had lived through apartheid, a long period of South Africa’s history during which white people…
 
Setting foot outside your home in the middle of a Minnesota winter might make you want to run back indoors and hibernate until it warms up. But there’s a group of people who don’t hide from the wind — instead, they look for it. They wait for a fresh blanket of snow or hard freeze to thicken the ice on a lake so they can safely venture on to it. The…
 
This is it. The big one. No matter what you think, whether you want to admit it or not, this isn't something you can put off any longer. Estate planning, it's going to involve everyone in your family, and you won't be able to pick out the perfect color of urns for the perfect price like you have been planning on forever and ever. Oh no. This one is…
 
Movie awards season is in full swing. MPR News’ Cube Critics have suggestions for the movies you need to see and the ones they think you can skip. Plus, they share their thoughts about the politics behind awards shows, why some of the best movies get snubbed and whether awards shows still matter. Guests: Aron Woldeslassie is an associate producer f…
 
Art is a wide-ranging world from food to community spaces and paintings on a wall. MPR arts reporter Jacob Aloi visited the studios of local arts leaders whose work is centered around diverse experiences and voices that more accurately reflect the people who live in the Twin Cities. Guests: Bayou Bay is an installation artist and muralist with Crea…
 
Spending money can stem from an emotional place, and even just one month of overspending can put you in financial trouble. While it’s good to develop conscious, healthy spending habits, the notion of saving money and frugality is dependent on your relationship with money — and how you value where your income goes. MPR News guest host Chris Farrell …
 
Is there a word or phrase that you grew up with, something you felt was unique to your family? Maybe it was an expression your parents or grandparents used to show affection or describe frustration, only to eventually discover it had foreign origins? Or perhaps you still wonder where it came from? Borrowed words have flooded most languages, includi…
 
Do you have a family member who you are just not speaking to right now? You’re not alone. About 27 percent of American adults say they have cut off contact with a family member, according to one study from Cornell University. So how do you decide when to cut someone off or to try to repair the relationship? And what about if you are the one who som…
 
What does it mean to stand on the soil where enslaved people lived, worked and died — and to see, surrounding it, monuments to the people who did the enslaving? That’s the question at the heart of Clint Smith’s book, “How the Word Is Passed.” After a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee came down in his hometown of New Orleans, Smith began a…
 
Insya Allah kedepannya Masjid Pogung Raya akan rutin berbagi rekaman murottal ayat pilihan berdurasi setengah sampai satu menitan, beserta tafsir ringkasnya di caption. Salah satu bentuk keberkahan Alquran adalah, hanya didengar saja pun sudah dapat berbuah kebaikan. Apalagi jika direnungi maknanya dan diamalkan. Selamat menyimak, semoga berkah. Ta…
 
It’s been four years since the Supreme Court of the United States legalized sports gambling in 2018. Since then, 35 states and Washington D.C. have made sports betting legal for their residents and all who visit. Betting online has also evolved. If you live in a state where sports betting is legal, you can download a variety of betting apps to get …
 
When MPR News’ Climate Cast debuted in January 2013, it was one of the few regular programs to address how a warming planet could change life as we know it. That urgency has only grown. In 2023, climate change is one of the leading issues driving political, economical and societal change. To celebrate Climate Cast’s 10th anniversary, MPR’s chief me…
 
When a racially segregated community is suddenly forced to integrate high schools, it inextricably intertwines families on opposite sides of the divide. How two of those families navigate the chaos — and its ripple effects for years to come — is at the heart of Naima Coster's novel, “What's Mine and Yours.” Coster joined MPR News host Kerri Miller …
 
How have the past three years changed us? That is the question that the MPR News series “The Future of Us” aims to answer. The project asks how a pandemic, a police murder and a city on fire have changed us and our path forward. We’ve posed the question to a pastor, a former mayor, a theater director and more. MPR News host Tom Crann shares the ser…
 
The American West wouldn’t have been settled without the women who braved the frontier. Katie Hickman’s new history, “Brave Hearted: The Women of the American West” uncovers their stories. But she doesn’t stop at the white women settlers who traveled by wagon or on foot. Drawing on diaries, letters and memoirs, she also brings to life Black enslave…
 
Pfizer-BioNTech bivalent vaccine under investigation; Trial evaluating HIV prevention vaccine discontinued; Early detection sepsis test cleared; Trial results for RSV-associated disease vaccine; Combo Tx for HCC recurrence shows promise
 
MPR News host Angela Davis is heading to South Africa for an 11-day tour of the country. She will travel with a small group of public radio listeners from Minnesota and eight other states. They’ll visit historic sites in Johannesburg and Cape Town, and they’ll meet people who lived through apartheid, white people and non-white people were separated…
 
Winter activities can bring a lot of joy, but getting around this winter has been challenging. Minnesotans have seen an above average snowfall this month, but above-average temperatures have also left parts of the state covered in ice from freezing rain and a “January Thaw.” Minnesotans might expect to deal with the slips and falls associated with …
 
Everyone's heard the story of the shootout at the O.K. Corral. It's been immortalized in over 40 feature films and written about in 1,000 books. But Mary Doria Russell refused to accept the story as we know it. Her 2015 novel novel digs for truth in the conflict that made Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday household names. While researching “Epitaph,” Rus…
 
When Alan Page was a justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court he didn’t decorate his chamber with Vikings memorabilia. Instead, there was an old railroad sign on the wall that said “Colored Waiting Room.” It was a constant and jarring reminder of Jim Crow era segregation. That sign is in the private collection of the Page family, along with thousands…
 
A truly great speech can change the world. We all know Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream.” As we reflect on King’s legacy, MPR News is revisiting a conversation about a memorable speech from 2015. In June 2015, President Barack Obama sang Amazing Grace during a eulogy for a Black reverend killed in a horrific hate crime. Last fall, MPR N…
 
When we first meet Cristabel, the heroine of Joanna Quinn’s debut novel, “The Whalebone Theatre,” she is only three. But she is already sure of herself, in the pure and defiant way that young children often are. She knows she was born to be a leader. But how does she get there? That’s the story at the heart of Quinn’s delightful book, which follows…
 
FDA grant accelerated approval to Alzheimer disease treatment; New fixed-dose asthma treatment; NERD therapy looks promising; Leukemia drug to be withdrawn; Pertussis prevention treatment approved for use during pregnancy
 
Several of the biggest automakers are gearing up to release a fleet of new, sleek-looking and high-tech electric vehicles. Ford, GM and Honda (in conjunction with Sony) plan to make non-combustion cars more available, both in price and inventory, to a larger part of the market. While this might give future buyers options, there is also an incentive…
 
If you played high school sports growing up, you know how being a student-athlete can change your life. It teaches you teamwork, responsibility, perseverance and so much more. MPR News host Angela Davis talked with longtime high school boys basketball coach Larry McKenzie. He was the first coach in Minnesota history to win four consecutive basketba…
 
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