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The Majority Minority

The other day I was listening to an interview on National Public Radio. The woman who was speaking was a refugee from Yemen who had to flee that country under a hail of bullets, and had lost everything she ever had. 323 more words

Observation

The future of American accents

I’ve been interviewed a second time about that article I did for The Week on what Americans will sound like in 2050. This time it was with a National Public Radio station in New Hampshire, and it was pre-recorded and edited rather than live and on the spot. 41 more words

The Week

SUNSOUNDS OF ARIZONA

SunSounds of Arizona is a reading service for the blind. I have had the good fortune to create two entertainment programs for SunSounds, the first of which was in the early years, called STUFF and SUCH  and eventually simply, STUFF. 345 more words

Memoirs

SUNSOUNDS OF ARIZONA

SunSounds of Arizona is a reading service for the blind. I have had the good fortune to create two entertainment programs for SunSounds, the first of which was in the early years, called STUFF and SUCH  and eventually simply, STUFF. 345 more words

Memoirs

Nepali Earthquake Kills Over 3,800

Over 3,800 people are dead after an earthquake struck Nepal Saturday.

News coverage of the event has been huge since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit over the weekend. 147 more words

News

My Morning Typical

So, instead of using the time to write like I always wish I had upon realizing that the morning has passed, I usually spend my mornings reading stuff off the web. 565 more words

Writing

The Cockroach of Media

The new CEO of National Public Radio is a man named Jarl Mohn. Before his life in public radio began, he rose pretty high up in commercial radio, only then he went by his “radio name;” Lee Masters. 471 more words

Radio