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I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author

I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author

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I don't write to right. I write so that others might. You can know the word but not the author

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English

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Episodes

Kelly Keagy And Night Ranger Release The Album ATBPO

8/1/2021
The band began writing the album in early 2020, amid the onset of the global pandemic. After narrowing down the song selection and tightening them up to their well-known rock ‘n roll sound, the band hit the studio, although separately, due to the times we are in. Throughout "ATBPO", we hear Night Ranger continuing their hot streak that kicked off with 2011's "Somewhere In California". Ten years on, and two highly acclaimed albums later, "High Road" and "Don't Let Up", the band's latest...

Duration:00:15:03

Pod Crashing Episode 114 With Anna Seregina And Kyle Mizono From Truth Hounds

7/31/2021
Hosts Anna Seregina and Kyle Mizono are two close friends who have decided to investigate the smallest, most insignificant mysteries known to mankind: why are some people always late? Why does it feel so good to reveal a secret? Why does Anna's neighbor rearrange the succulents on her porch five times a day? I mean, five's too many times - I don't care who you are. In every episode, Anna & Kyle attempt to get to the bottom of these mysteries. And they will stop at nothing to get there -...

Duration:00:20:50

The Daily Mess More About You

7/30/2021
During these days of juggling more than one job we are living a life of windows. What can we fit into this open space so that survival can be met. Windows. In walk this way you must learn to be fair to yourself more than others. Others will take your windows and break them.

Duration:00:06:26

Ryan Jay Reviews Jungle Cruise, Still Water And Pray Away

7/30/2021
Ryan Jay returns with his reviews with films and documentaries on the big and flat screen. Up first is Disney's big time summer adventure with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt Jungle Cruise. It's every edge of your seat action packed film you've ever seen and then some. Then Matt Damon creates drama in Still Water which is loosely inspired by the Amanda Knox murder case. Ryan spoke to the entire cast which you can listen to at ryanjayreviews.com. If Netflix is your thing and you dig...

Duration:00:16:39

Play It Forward Episode 278 With Chelsea Andersson From NBC's Making It

7/30/2021
This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 278 with Chelsea Andersson from NBC’s Making It.

Duration:00:09:00

The Lyrics From Billys Forest Chapter 256

7/30/2021
Where are we? Why? The tall elm and pine look the same. We can see how far we've traveled since the Covid lockdown because careers have changed, landscapes the same. Our only certainty was the arrival of Spring. We don't sound the same. I can't tell if we've been hardened like an old oak or weakened at the roots like a Lodge Pole Pine. It's fact that we're making up as we add on layers of fiction. Where are we? Why?

Duration:00:05:08

Lauren Speed and Cameron Hamilton Release Leap Of Faith On Netflix

7/30/2021
From the fan-favorite couple of Netflix's "delicious romp" Love Is Blind, Lauren and Cameron share their engaging and accessible love advice for the modern world, the ups and downs they've experienced during their first years of marriage, and exclusive behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the pods. When Lauren Speed and Cameron Hamilton locked eyes for the first time, they were already engaged. They had no idea what to expect, having fallen in love across the divider of their pods on the daring...

Duration:00:09:33

The Daily Mess Maybe I Wasn't

7/29/2021
Breaking free of what other people think. Removing opinion and judgement from the journey by way of identifying with the truer self and not what's been painted into place. In the mid 90's called me an artist. 25 years later I'm not sure his assessment was true. Although I changed my life to become what needed to be lived up to, in looking over my shoulder the weirdness I was and still am doesn't convince me that all of this is about being what another person called me. And I'm not alone. Who...

Duration:00:05:20

Andre Comeau Releases The Song Clean Break

7/29/2021
Real World Homecoming: New York has been one of the most talked about new shows of 2021, garnering massive press and critical praise from the biggest media outlets including Time, Rolling Stone, People, The New York Times, Yahoo, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, and many more. Says Comeau, “It was interesting to step back into that place and to do it again. Just like the first time, I went in as an artist. It was great to reconnect with everyone and be part of these important conversations....

Duration:00:17:01

Play It Forward Episode 277 With Jason Scheff From Chicago

7/29/2021
This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 277 with Jason Scheff lead vocalist and bass player of the fourth most successful band in music history Chicago

Duration:00:05:32

Stream Thinking Using Your Words

7/29/2021
July 29, 2021 We all have a lot to say. How we use our words can lead us toward troubled waters. Mainly because most of those receiving don’t meet your presence with acceptance. Absolutely we live in the land of free speech and opportunity. We also live within the replenished soils that make up cancel culture. Comedians are having to change their live performances because of their words. A single person can say something about Batman and totally irritate the lovers of bats around the world....

Duration:00:04:47

Jeff Shesol Releases The Book Mercury Rising

7/29/2021
In Mercury Rising, Shesol looks back at the last time a new president faced a national security challenge that extended into orbit. He recounts Kennedy’s boldness and his pledge to send Americans to the moon by drawing on new materials describing Kennedy’s uncertain path to that decision. Kennedy was reeling from a series of Soviet “firsts” in space and Soviet nuclear tests over Central Asia, and was facing relentless pressure from the US military (a classified Air Force report confirms) to...

Duration:00:10:49

Les Ford From Lost In Silence Talks About The Song Rest In Peace

7/25/2021
Lost In Silence recently released a new single that hits a heavy, melodic alternative rock sweet spot with memorable choruses, spacey lead guitars, and changes that make the hairs on your arms stand up. “Rest In Peace” is alive with passion flowing through its veins and hooks that stick with you. The track doesn't let up even for a second, and you find yourself waiting for certain parts to hit again and again. The single has its heavier moments, but it's really focused on that driving...

Duration:00:19:37

Zania Alake From NBC's The Voice

7/24/2021
Born and raised in Detroit, Zania grew up around stage productions and music. Her mother would have Zania and her sister put on "kitchen concerts," where they would sing in the kitchen of their home. It was then that young Zania knew she wanted to be a singer. Her parents enrolled her in a performing arts high school and she continued her artistic education through college. Her talent led her to perform with various known artists and she co-produced and stared in an Anita Baker tribute show....

Duration:00:18:13

The Daily Mess Your Magazine Story

7/23/2021
If your life could be edited down to a single magazine story, what would the first paragraph include? Would it be about you? Does it have to be about you? What if your story was on social media would you allow there to be pop up ads? How far into the story would people get before those ads drove them away? Would your life be better told in a pop up ad?

Duration:00:05:12

Robert Hays From A&E's Fasten Your Seatbelt

7/23/2021
A&E Network is taking viewers through the most incredible caught-on-camera moments in air travel with the new original eight-episode series "Fasten Your Seatbelt," hosted by actor/producer/director Robert Hays (Airplane!). "Fasten Your Seatbelt" premieres with back-to-back episodes on Wednesday, July 21 at 10pm ET/PT. Each thirty-minute episode of "Fasten Your Seatbelt" tells the true stories behind the most incredible moments from airports and flights. Air travel is a universal experience...

Duration:00:15:19

Play It Forward Episode 276 With TLC's Deon And Karen Derrico

7/23/2021
This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 276 with Karen and Deon Derrico from TLC’s Doubling Down with the Derrico’s.

Duration:00:10:47

Still Locked Up In Lockdown

7/23/2021
July 23, 2021 They all run together! I’m not talking about the deer in my forest. The days of the week and the numbers they carry with them. A herd of days. Or would it be a gaggle of moments? I never hear anyone getting excited about it being Friday. Backyard BBQ’s are anytime and anyplace just bring your own brand of beer. The Covid lockdown erased the lines that separated the days of the week. I have to look at my Google calendar to remind myself that wow it really is a Friday! I feel...

Duration:00:05:01

Dan Abrams Releases The Book Kennedy's Avenger

7/23/2021
The killing of Lee Harvey Oswald and the subsequent trial were the genesis of the Kennedy conspiracy theory complex and, despite no good evidence, polls show that the majority of people still believe there was a conspiracy at play here. There's something uniquely American about conspiracies, and in our current moment, they're more prevalent than ever. KENNEDY'S AVENGER focuses on the trial for what is still today the most witnessed crime in the history of the world. It called into question...

Duration:00:08:44