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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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Does the news ever overwhelm you? Does it leave you feeling depressed and powerless? These days, more of us seem to feel that way. About a third of people, especially young adults, say the news lowers their mood. And more than a third now say they sometimes or often avoid the news, according to a report from Reuters Institute for the Study of Journ…
 
N. Scott Momaday draws inspiration from his Native American heritage, the grandeur of the New Mexico landscape and his world travels. Novelist Oscar Hokeah shares the sentiment. He calls on the collective wisdom and voices of his Kiowa and Cherokee community in Oklahoma to bring to life a multi-generational family drama in his new book, “Calling fo…
 
New authorization for intradermal administration of monkeypox vaccine; a new approval for endometriosis pain; Amazon is among the companies to receive an FDA Warning Letter for selling unapproved drugs; a diabetes drug is found to contain a possible carcinogen; and a new scale that measures peripheral impedance and pulse rate.…
 
When you look in the mirror at your smile, what do you see? Do you see straight, white teeth, perfected by years of braces and retainers? Are your teeth a little crooked? Do you have gaps or maybe a few missing? What our teeth look like can say a lot about class, wealth and beauty standards in the United States. About 60 million Americans live in a…
 
Facebook and Twitter launched to the public in 2006, ushering in an era of constant communication and virtual communities unimaginable a generation ago. Social media has changed how we communicate and influences everything from how we engage in political life to young people’s social, emotional and civic development. MPR News host Angela Davis spok…
 
Producer DJ Cashmere spent seven years teaching Black and brown students at a Noble Street charter high school in Chicago. At the time, Noble followed a popular model called "no excuses." Its schools required strict discipline but promised low-income students a better shot at college. After DJ left the classroom to become a journalist, Noble disavo…
 
Many Americans don’t know that the histories of the United States and Mexico are inseparably intertwined. But historian Kelly Lytle Hernández says you cannot fully understand one without the other. We fought wars over the same territories, influenced each other’s politics, and remain deeply connected economically. Our stories circle around each oth…
 
Minnesota is a big shaper of mall culture. Southdale was the first indoor mall in the country when it opened in Edina in 1956. Over the next decades, malls spread across suburbia, pulling crowds of shoppers from downtowns. Then, 30 years ago the Mall of America set the stage for malls as entertainment complexes when it opened on Aug. 11, 1992, with…
 
Many of us get a skull-pounding headache now and then, maybe from stress or after getting dehydrated on a hot day. But some people get recurring headaches that are serious enough to keep them from school or work. About 1 in 5 people get migraines, a type of headache often accompanied by nausea and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Cluster and…
 
Minnesota Public Radio Indivisible Radio examined America in transition, during President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office. This week’s Big Books and Bold Ideas features a conversation with historian Kelly Lytle Hernandez about her new book, “Bad Mexicans.” It tells the dramatic and often overlooked story of the magonistas, the migrant rebel…
 
Native American students are just a tiny fraction of all the college students in the United States. And each student comes with different histories, confronting an education system once used to erase their languages and cultures. MPR News with Angela Davis is sharing a new documentary from American Public Media, “Standing in Two Worlds: Native Amer…
 
For more than 170 years, Caleb Wilde’s family has served their Pennsylvania community by facilitating funerals. He has walked beside countless grieving people as they say goodbye, memorialize and weep. He’s attended thousands of funeral services, filled with comforting messages about heaven and future reunions. But despite that — or maybe because o…
 
A neurostimulation device has been cleared for post-C-section pain; a new plaque psoriasis treatment; the FDA address the contrast agent shortage; Lucentis biosimilar treatment is approved; and the recall for an over-the-counter laxative is expanded.
 
Fifty-seven years ago this week, on Aug. 6, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed the landmark Voting Rights Act, with Martin Luther King and other civil rights leaders looking on. It was a turning point in American history. At the time, Pres. Johnson called it “a victory of freedom for the nation.” Thursday morning, in a special edition of Big Boo…
 
Fifty-seven years ago this week, on Aug. 6, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed the landmark Voting Rights Act, with Martin Luther King and other civil rights leaders looking on. It was a turning point in American history. At the time, Pres. Johnson called it “a victory of freedom for the nation.” Thursday morning, in a special edition of Big Boo…
 
Monkeypox is in Minnesota. There are 38 confirmed cases in the state as of Tuesday. Earlier this month, the World Health Organization declared that monkeypox is a global public health emergency. And this week, California and Illinois joined New York state to call the virus a public health emergency. The virus is spread through close contact, and ca…
 
Even though Americans are living longer — the share of the U.S. population 65 and older has more than tripled over the last century — we are still profoundly uncomfortable with dying. In fact, the end of life is so medicalized, death is often viewed as a failure, rather than accepted as a fundamental stage of life. Sunita Puri wants to change that.…
 
Bicycling is growing in more ways than one in Minnesota. During the COVID-19 pandemic bike sales shot up and more people started biking recreationally. City and regional planners are also encouraging bicycling with the expansion of protected bike lanes and trail networks that let you get from point A to point B without riding on the road. But, toda…
 
Tipping after meals at restaurants is almost second-nature for many Americans. But the practice is changing as more people begin to question why we tip. In many states, employers are allowed to pay a tipped staff a lower minimum wage. Minnesota is one of the few states in the nation that requires employers to pay tipped employees full state minimum…
 
Twins Mun and Chuluun are 23 years old when Quan Barry’s new novel opens, but in almost every other way, their lives are the opposite. Chuluun lives and studies at a Buddhist monastery in the countryside of Mongolia. Mun wears Western clothes and lives in the capital city, where he enjoys technology, tattoos and women. But the brothers share a cons…
 
A heatwave is coming to the Midwest next week. Highs are expected to hit near 100 degrees in Minnesota as August starts. And we aren’t the only ones struggling with extreme heat. This has been happening all over the world. Last week, the U.K. had its hottest day on record. Blistering temperatures in the Northeast United States left more than 85 mil…
 
Even in normal times, our minds wander. Research finds we’re thinking about something other than what’s right in front of us about half the time. Now, the COVID-19 pandemic has created whole new levels of stress and dramatic shifts in our routines. New concerns pull our attention in a hundred directions and make it even harder to stay focused. Not …
 
Do you remember a teacher who really made a difference in your life as a child? A teacher who really saw you and encouraged you? Minnesota schools have a persistent opportunity gap, with Native American children, Black children and other children of color less likely to graduate high school than their white peers. Research has shown that having tea…
 
Quan Barry is a poet, a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a published author. But she finds that travel is just as important as writing when it comes to her work. Courtesy of Random House 'She Weeps Each Time You're Born' by Quan Berry Her 2014 novel, “She Weeps Each Time You’re Born,” was inspired by time spent in Vie…
 
Many people are just one medical emergency away from a financial crisis. A hundred million Americans live with medical debt, or about 41 percent of adults, according to a survey by Kaiser Family Foundation. To pay off medical bills, many people have taken on other debt, including credit cards, personal bank loans, or loans from family and friends. …
 
When Ann Hood was a flight attendant in the late 1970s, airlines were only a few years past using blatant sex appeal to sell tickets. But the recent college graduate didn’t see that at the time. She just saw the glamour and freedom that could be hers, if she could complete the training, follow the rules and maintain her original weight. In her new …
 
Reading a good book is a way to step into another world, if only for a couple chapters. We read to escape daily routines and stress, to explore other people’s experiences and to better understand our own. Many of us found more time to read during the pandemic. Sales of print books in 2021 were up almost nine percent. MPR News Host Angela Davis spok…
 
Summertime can be one of the most creative seasons for home cooks, with fresh local produce spilling out of backyard gardens and farmers’ markets. But the hot summer months pose their own challenges. Schedules are thrown off with kids out of school for summer break. No one wants to spend a lot of time in a sweltering kitchen and some of us are just…
 
You can't flip through a magazine or scroll social media today without being confronted with a list: "10 places to see before you die!", "15 secret vacation destinations," "5 beaches that will blow your mind." But what's in a list? In 2015. Christine Sarkis, a Smarter Travel staff writer, said she’d rather ditch the bucket list. "A travel list isn'…
 
Inflation hit a new high last month of over nine percent. Grocery bills are 12 percent higher than a year ago. Gas prices dropped a bit last month, but Minnesotans are still paying about $4.50 per gallon, about $1.50 more per gallon than last summer. New car prices are also up 11 percent over 2021. The Federal Reserve has stepped in to slow inflati…
 
From a young age, Frederick Joseph recognized that violence is often demanded of men. “We collectively teach our boys that winning, surviving, things of that nature, always demands beating someone,” he told host Kerri Miller, “whether that means beating them in competition, beating them mentally, beating them emotionally, beating them physically.” …
 
Novavax Emergency Use authorization; the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine gets approval in adolescents; submission for oral contraceptive to be switched to over the counter; Astepro nasal spray gets over-the-counter approval; and Dupixent shows benefits in pediatric patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.
 
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