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The podcast where we take you backstage on all things dance industry related. We will be chatting weekly with some of the industry's best. Seeking out their advice, lessons learned, struggles and stand out moments.
 
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Revista Mprende

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.
 
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.
 
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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For people in recovery, the pandemic presented some familiar and some new problems. And while the opioid epidemic continues to grow, access and affordability of rehab and counseling continues to be a challenge for many people. Host Angela Davis speaks with experts on entering or staying in recovery during the ongoing pandemic.…
 
It took many decades after Mahmood Mattan’s execution at Cardiff Prison in Wales for his name to be cleared over a killing he did not commit. Booker Prize finalist Nadifa Mohamed remembers seeing his picture in the newspaper, and she later learned that Mattan, a young Somali sailor, knew her father. Mattan’s story — and the life he led before his h…
 
The birth rate in the United States declined for the sixth straight year in 2020, and according to the Pew Research Center, more people say they don’t plan on having children. People are making that choice for a variety of reasons. Some are concerned about having children because of instability caused by climate change, political division and the C…
 
We’re paying about 90 cents more per gallon of gas compared to a year ago. Inflation hit 7 percent last year overall, affecting everything from food to furniture. MPR News host Angela Davis talks with personal finance experts about how to save money when consumer goods cost more.Minnesota Public Radio tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Are you one of those people that freeze up when you need to calculate a 15 percent tip on the restaurant tab? Do you hope a friend will volunteer to figure it out? You might have a bit of math anxiety. A lot of adults and kids think they’re bad at math and say they don’t like it. But learning to be comfortable with numbers and patterns is vital to …
 
The prolonged stress, uncertainty and grief of the pandemic is making people angry — and some of them are taking it out in public. A poll conducted by Monmouth University found that 41 percent of adults said the upheaval caused by the pandemic has made them angry. And that has caused people to have outbursts in grocery stores, on airplanes and othe…
 
Have you found love in the pandemic? Decided it was time to break things off with someone? Has the pandemic brought you and your partner closer together… or has it made your relationship more rocky? The American Family Survey found in 2020 that 37 percent of married people reported that the pandemic has increased stress in their marriage. But on th…
 
As the cost of shelter goes up, some people are turning to alternative ways to afford the roof over their head. MPR News guest host Twila Dang talks with experts involved with land trusts and housing cooperatives and takes listener calls about creative ideas for alternatives to rising rents and mortgages.…
 
Robocalls. Identity theft. Fake websites. Scams take many forms in the digital era. And they cost Americans serious money. In 2021, Americans lost about $30 billion to scam calls. And in 2020, they lost $56 billion to identity fraud. According to the AARP, scammers often target older adults, and they use creative methods that reflect what is curren…
 
Many adults can think back to a time when someone other than their close family took an interest in them, taught them a new skill or maybe helped them through an emotionally tough patch. Mentors can play an important role in a young person’s life, especially children who may not have a lot of adult support or guidance. Sometimes they can make the d…
 
When celebrated ESPN writer Ivan Maisel’s son died by suicide in 2015, he channeled his grief into words. His deeply personal and moving book, “I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye: A Memoir of Loss, Grief and Love,” is a testament both to a father’s love and to the human soul’s ability to grieve and remember and still not lose hope. Host Kerri Miller ta…
 
President Joe Biden has once again extended the pandemic pause on federal student loan payments – this time until May 1. While campaigning for president, Biden pledged to cancel at least $10,000 of student debt per person. That has not yet happened. But the pause on student loan payments has reignited the debate on what to do about student loans. S…
 
Incentives like gift cards aren’t working to get people vaccinated. Rates have stalled or dropped, and public health officials all over the country are nervous. As omicron spreads, infection rates soar and hospitals are once again overwhelmed, do we need to rethink how we motivate people to get vaccinated? Would denying access to the public sphere …
 
When Barbara F. Walter started researching her book, “How Civil Wars Start, and How to Stop Them,” in 2018, many wondered if it was an “exercise in fear-mongering.” The idea that the U.S. could find itself mired in a second civil war seemed incredulous, even irresponsible. In 2021, it doesn’t feel as implausible. Walter’s book examines how civil wa…
 
Two years into the pandemic, restaurants are sometimes open depending on omicron surges and staffing, and grocery stores are struggling with supply chain issues. But your family is still asking, “What’s for dinner?” We are here to help. From the growing popularity of air fryers to mushrooms predicted to be the ingredient of 2022, getting it done in…
 
The president, members of Congress and many federal workers take an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution — against all enemies, foreign and domestic. But what does that mean? What’s actually in our founding document? If you grew up watching “School House Rock,” you likely can sing the preamble, but most of us can’t remember or quote the amendments.…
 
COVID-19 cases are once again surging in Minnesota after the holiday season with the spread of the highly contagious omicron variant. Two years into the pandemic, the new variant has raised questions about how and when the pandemic will end. MPR News host Angela Davis talks about how to cope with a pandemic that keeps stretching on. She spoke with …
 
Ann Bancroft was the first woman to reach the North Pole on foot with dog sleds in 1986. A few years later she skied across the ice to the South Pole with a group of three other women, inspiring students across the country with updates along the journey. But polar expeditions aren’t her only legacy. Bancroft started a foundation 25 years ago that h…
 
What’s on your list of New Year's resolutions? Do you want to spend less and save more? Do you plan to get in shape? Lose some weight? Read more books? Stay in better touch with loved ones? Eat healthier? Work more? Relax more? Whatever kind of change you want to make, saying it out loud is the first step. Committing to getting it done is the secon…
 
For our final Big Books and Bold Ideas show of the year, host Kerri Miller talks with three writers who also own bookstores and invites them to share the titles from 2021 they loved and were most eager to put in readers’ hands.Minnesota Public Radio tarafından oluşturuldu
 
All this week, we’re listening back to some of the conversations we’ve had on this show over the past year. Associate producer Samantha Matsumoto joined MPR News host Angela Davis to share some of the shows that have stood out to her. We take you back to Nobles County, the fastest diversifying county in the state. We traveled there earlier this yea…
 
After more than a decade on the MPR News airwaves, Dr. Jon Hallberg says goodbye to host Tom Crann and all of you. Dr. Hallberg spent a final hour with MPR News listeners looking back on his long career and commenting on everything from the measles to back pain to flu shots and COVID. They also took questions from callers and previewed what’s next …
 
All this week, we’re listening back to some of the conversations we’ve had on this show over the past year. Associate producer Samantha Matsumoto joined MPR News host Angela Davis to share some of the shows that have stood out to her. We take you back to Nobles County, the fastest diversifying county in the state. We traveled there earlier this yea…
 
All this week, we’re listening back to some of the conversations we’ve had on this show over the past year. This hour, producer Maja Beckstrom joins host Angela Davis to share some of the shows that stood out to her. We’ll learn more about the grief of losing the language of parents and grandparents. It’s a topic that hit home for many listeners, i…
 
This week we’re looking back at some of the conversations host Angela Davis had in 2021 that resonated with us here at MPR News, and with you, our listeners. On Monday, senior producer Susan Davis shared her selections. She starts with a show about missing and murdered indigenous women, during which we didn’t get or take any calls. She also brought…
 
Two years into the global COVID-19 pandemic, children and their parents are struggling with mental health concerns, COVID safety and living with the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic. Being a parent can be challenging even during the best of times. So how do parents handle it as the pandemic rages? MPR News Host Angela Davis speaks with a materna…
 
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