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How exciting is it to listen to a podcast about your home? If you live in California, this show might pique your interest. Here at SoCal Voices, we take a deep dive into the beauty of the southern region of the state, as well as the inspiring stories of those living there. Each episode features candid conversations exploring news, culture, and politics that impact the people living in the region. See how these things affect your well-being, community, and financial capabilities. Discover the ...
 
A Shot of Brandy Podcast is hosted by Brandy Mayes. He is the owner of a podcast studio in Oklahoma City called Creators Create Studio. A Shot of Brandy Podcast was created to provide a platform where guests can openly share their truths as well as highlight their achievements. The show hopes to captivate the audience with in-depth stories from people who should be celebrated but whose voices are often unheard of. Brandy felt there was a need for black excellence to be on display and that it ...
 
Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
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Choir lovers, rejoice! Join International Orange Chorale Director Zane Fiala and SF Chorister Giacomo DiGrigoli as they interview notable choral composers, conductors, and singers, review new and notable performances, chat about the Bay Area choral scene, and cover some of the larger questions, issues, and topics of interest affecting all of us in the choral community. More at https://www.inunisonpodcast.com
 
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Isis Barra Costa is an assistant professor in Contemporary Brazilian Cultural and Literary Studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese with research interests in Brazilian literature and culture, cyber literature and art activism in the Americas performance studies, and Latin American cinema, among others. Her research started with the ques…
 
Health inequities continue to prevail in the African American communities. Despite economic or social status, people of color are too often treated differently among medical institutions and professionals. The impact of that treatment can have devastating impacts among those treated unfairly. While women are more vocal about this treatment, we tend…
 
Alicia Montgomery is CEO of the Center for Powerful Public Schools, a Los Angeles-based organization that helps educators create and sustain powerful public schools that prepare every student for college, career, and life. In this episode of SoCal Voices, hear how Ms. Montgomery and her team work to address the needs of students working to thrive i…
 
Tristram McPherson, professor of philosophy, examines foundational philosophical questions about ethics, specifically meta-ethics; epistemology; and conceptual ethics. He looks at whether there are ethical facts that answer ethical questions and what the relationship is between God and ethical claims, among other areas. For more of his discussion w…
 
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 44 children in the United States today. In this Episode we speak to Tracey Foskey, C…
 
Are you dealing with imposter syndrome? That nagging, anxious feeling that you don’t have what it takes and don’t belong in the spaces you occupy? Maybe a workplace bully shattered your confidence and you’re unsure how to get it back. In this edition of SoCal Voices, author, coach and hypnotherapist Michele Molitor shares how she regained her confi…
 
John Grinstead, professor and interim chair in Spanish and Portuguese, researches developmental linguistics, developmental semantics and pragmatics, and children's comprehension of syntax. Ten years ago, he began using stop-motion movies in his experiments on language development, and the Despicable Me minions were a well-known and experimentally u…
 
Virginia Rich, associate professor of microbiology and the director of the eMERGE Biology Integration Institute, studies global change microbiology, microbial meta-omics, and "Genes-to-Ecosystems" inquiry. She's spurred on in her work by the problem of not knowing how the biosphere as a whole will respond to climate change. For more of her discussi…
 
The Inland Empire Black Worker Center (IEBWC) serves as a resource to help address Black unemployment and under employment. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Community Organizer Dominique Dean shares the principles that guide IEBWC’s approach to helping workers learn about all the services available to help them carve a path toward higher-wage jobs …
 
Sam White, professor of history, studies environmental history and uses natural and human records to reconstruct past climate variability and extreme weather. He discusses the methods that historians use to get a more complete picture of the past, such as how an intense drought and famine impacted the Ottoman Empire in the 1500s. For more of his di…
 
April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 44 children in the United States today. In this pod…
 
Riverside’s Gail B. Smith started working for Pacific Telephone/Pacific Bell (known today as AT&T) in the 1970s. When she was hired, she was Riverside’s first African American woman splicer and installer for the phone company — jobs that were held primarily by Caucasian men. In this episode of SoCal Voices, Ms. Smith discusses her experience being …
 
Professor of history David Steigerwald teaches courses in 20th-century American history from World War I through the 1960s. He also researches and writes about alienation, a composite term that refers to the sense people have of not really being in control of their everyday lives. His emerging book argues that post WWII power structures pushed towa…
 
Episode 219 features Demarco Robinson, the creator, and CEO of Trap Spelling Bee. This marks Demarco’s third appearance on the podcast. He brought along the VP of Operations at Trap Spelling Bee Rah’Man Byrd. He also introduced rapper UndaDawg, who shares tracks from his latest project titled The U-EP. Since his last episode, Demarco’s company has …
 
Today on In Unison, we’re chatting with Craig Hella Johnson, founder and Artistic Director of Conspirare, a grammy-winning choir based in Austin, Texas that is comprised of distinctive solo artists from around the country who are also committed to the highest level of ensemble performance. Music excerpts “Let the River Run,” by Carly Simon, perform…
 
Richard Samuels, professor of philosophy, researches cognitive development, reasoning, computational models of psychological capacities, and modular theories of cognition. He describes why cognitive science is different from psychology and why children can acquire the ability to count and to do basic arithmetic. For more of his discussion with Davi…
 
Interruptions Red Carpet is a 3-part series where we meet some of characters from the book that shaped the lives of the Cooper family and were with them during this Interruption. In each episode, Coach Cathy and Rev. O dare to invite the stories from characters themselves. You will hear stories that are tearful, heartfelt and often hilarious. In th…
 
Today on In Unison, we’re heading across the pond to chat with Robert Hollingworth, the director of I Fagiolini, a solo-voice ensemble based in the UK. Robert also co-hosts a very choir-nerdy podcast called Choral Chihuahua, and his passion for bringing choral music to the masses definitely helped to inspire the In Unison podcast. Music excerpts “D…
 
Greg Anderson, professor of history, specializes in ancient Greek history, historical thoughts, and critical theory. In his most recent book The Realness of Things Past, he proposes a new way of doing history that is a fundamentally different way of thinking about reality for people who lived in the past. For more of his discussion with David Stale…
 
Episode 217 Cory Moore, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and founder of Moore Financial Planning “MFP”. After earning a finance degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2006, Cory moved to the Philadelphia area to pursue a career in personal finance. Through persistence, hard work, and a positive can-do attitude, Cory navigated a successful ca…
 
We have a special place in our hearts for the choral music of the Philippines, and we have many mutual friends who were raised in the Filipino choral tradition. Thanks to our dear friend Robin Estrada, we were lucky enough to get not one, but TWO incredible choral conductors to join us for this episode of In Unison: Mark Anthony Carpio of the Phili…
 
Alexander Thompson, professor of political science and senior faculty fellow at the Merson Center for International Security Studies, conducts research in international relations with an emphasis on the politics of international organizations and law. From the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to the Kyoto Protocol to the Paris Agreement, c…
 
Kathy Murphy is an author, singer, inspirational speaker, surfer, mother and certified health and life coach who believes in faith and trust over fear. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Kathy discusses her coaching business, The Rising Tide, and how she helps empower people who lead to overcome challenges and see their lives in a whole new way. Reso…
 
Interruptions - the book - has launched and we are rolling out the Red Carpet! Interruptions Red Carpe is a 3-part series where we meet some of characters from the book that shaped the lives of the Cooper family and were with them during this Interruption. In each episode, Coach Cathy and Rev. O dare to invite the stories from characters themselves…
 
On today’s episode, we’re chatting with Beth Willer and Anne Riesenfeld of Lorelei Ensemble. Lorelei is an organization that creates and champions bold artistic work that points toward a new normal for women in music. Through commissioning, performance, and education, Lorelei is carving out a boundless new space for women to be among, and become, o…
 
Verious Smith, III is a man on a mission. He’s a web developer by trade, podcaster and founder of Startempire Wire that aims to foster and build the startup culture in the Inland Empire. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Smith shares what led him to launch his project and his vision for the Inland Empire’s startup ecosystem. startempirewire.com…
 
Tom Hawkins, associate professor of classics, looks at the ways that societies create social hierarchies and how the lower ends of those hierarchies interact with the higher. His forthcoming book explores the way Greek and Roman literary models and themes have been used, appropriated, and hacked by Haitian authors. He describes this and more to hos…
 
On today’s episode, we are chatting with Arianne Abela, the Artistic Director and co-founder of Kaleidoscope Vocal Ensemble, a group that engages in creative educational outreach to audiences and students, particularly in communities of color, and promotes the study, research, performance, and recording of music from various eras with special atten…
 
Novelist, essayist and short story teller Keenan Norris’ new coming-of-age novel, The Confession of Copeland Cane is being hailed as “simply genius,” “potent” and “engaging.” In this edition of SoCal Voices, Norris, a SoCal native who teaches American Literature and Creative Writing at San Jose State University, discusses his latest work and what i…
 
Sarah-Grace Heller, associate professor of French, specializes in medieval French and Occitan literature, language, and material culture. Her most recent book is a cultural history of fashion in a medieval age. She describes her sources from sumptuary laws to conduct literature to poetry and beyond to host David Staley on this week's Voices of Exce…
 
Interruptions - the book - has launched and we are rolling out the Red Carpet! Interruptions Red Carpe is a 3-part series where we meet some of characters from the book that shaped the lives of the Cooper family and were with them during this Interruption. In each episode, Coach Cathy and Rev. O dare to invite the stories from characters themselves…
 
Today’s conversation came about as a result of the choral world being a small one, where everyone is connected in one way or another. Through Bob Geary of Volti, we managed to get in touch with an incredible luminary in the world of choral music: Karmina Šilec, who is the Artistic Director of Carmina Slovenica, a Slovenian production house that is …
 
Josh Giles is the super successful head coach of the Corona-Centennial High School’s boys basketball team. As coach of the Huskies, Giles’ long list of honors includes being named the 2020-21 Cal-Hi Sports Coach of the Year. He’s also known for his dedication to helping students become champions on and off the court. In this edition of SoCal Voices…
 
Scott Levi, professor and chair of the Department of History and interim chair of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, specializes in the social and economic history of Central Asia. His most recent book is The Bukharan Crisis: A Connected History of 18th-Century Central Asia, which he describes as "the first time I've ever writte…
 
Today we’re continuing our series of episodes focused on ensembles, and this episode’s conversation is with Dr. Joseph Gregorio, the director of choirs at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. It’s a very interesting conversation covering the operations of choirs at a well-established educational institution, a somewhat different perspective than the…
 
The John M Pfau Library on the campus of Cal State University San Bernardino holds a digital archive honoring inland southern California’s Black history. In this edition of SoCal Voices, Assistant Professor of History Marc Robinson shares how “The Bridges that Carried Us Over” project came to be and his role in helping to preserve African American …
 
Bruce Weinberg, professor of economics, studies the economics of innovation and creativity. In this area, potentially small numbers of individuals can have a large impact on how our understanding and knowledge evolves, which is rare among economic activities. For more of his discussion with David Staley, listen to this week's Voices of…
 
Today we’re chatting with the Artistic and Executive Directors of the Santa Fe Desert Chorale to learn all about the storied past, present, and future of this unique professional vocal ensemble. We’ll also learn about the inner workings of planning and producing a successful season for the Desert Chorale, and discuss some of the characteristics of …
 
A new business publication in the Inland Empire — IE Business Edge — promises content that is informative and actionable. The brains behind this new magazine brings years of corporate and entrepreneurial experience to this latest enterprise. In this episode of SoCal Voices, publisher Norm Pelzer discusses why he launched IE Business Edge, the chall…
 
Gregory Jusdanis, Humanities Distinguished Professor of Classics, researches modern Greek literature and culture, including the poet C. P. Cavafy. His recent work has been a biography of Cavafy, co-written with Peter Jeffries, exploring, among other areas, how Cavafy rejected his early poetry and found new expressions in his later years. For more o…
 
The housing market in Oklahoma City has exploded as the city continues to grow. Mortgage interest rates in the United States have dropped to an all-time low, which makes taking out a mortgage more attractive to consumers. If purchasing a home is one of your new year’s resolutions, this episode is for you! Episodes 211 […]…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” episode, the tables are turned as SoCal Voices host Angela Ross answers questions posed by KGGI and KOST radio personality Evelyn Erives on Black History Month and more! #socalvoices #socal #california #podcast #lifestyle #workforce #ad #chamberofcommerce #InlandEmpire #news #media #community #economy…
 
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