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Radio Free Kaslo, May 27, 2016

For those of us who live in the Kootenays, one of our challenges is simply staying in touch — with one another and the world. The CBC continues to exist and (hopefully) prosper, because a majority of Canadians agree it’s important to have a national broadcaster that helps unite us. 527 more words


Obama surrogate #PloughsharesFund $$$ to #NPR #BrookingsInstitution and #JStreet to help sell #IranDeal. Move along, nothing to see here.

Group that helped sell Iran nuke deal also funded media
by Bradley Klapper
May 20, 2016

A group the White House recently identified as a key surrogate in selling the Iran nuclear deal gave National Public Radio $100,000 last year to help it report on the pact and related issues, according to the group’s annual report. 104 more words

Israel & Middle East

Collateral Damage

Volunteering to shelve books at the West Custer County Library is such a blessing. If you are like me, when you typically go to the library as a patron, you look for the newest best seller… maybe you heard an interview with the author on… 692 more words

National Public Radio

Sport and Defiance: The Life of Maria Toorpakai Thus Far

This is an incredible story, one that weaves so many layers. It exemplifies why sport can be powerful for marginalized people, and the challenges that women face when they defy social norms. 213 more words


Gold Star For The Internet: NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts

In my travels across the Internet, I stumble upon many gems that when I see them, I wonder where they’ve been the whole time. One of these gems I want to share is NPR’s… 680 more words


Ari Shapiro Provides Insight and Perspective at Towson University

National Public Radio’s own, Ari Shapiro, shared his perspective on journalism, new media and the world around it during a keynote address at Towson University Wednesday night. 336 more words

Ari Shapiro Visits Towson and Puts Unpaid Internships On the Spot

Radio personality for National Public Radio visited Towson Wednesday and voiced his opinion that more internships should be paid.

In a studio with about 30 people in attendance, Ari Shapiro fielded questions from many students who had aspirations to be journalists just like him.  336 more words

Towson University