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Praised for the “elusive beauty” of his music, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane takes a bold step in his creative journey with his new release, "Spirit Fiction." The album features two bands, each delivering a unique, expressive urgency. Join Ravi in conversation with moderator Ashley Kahn as he discusses his latest album and the influences that shape his music.
 
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Wayne Winborne and Ashley Kahn have an animated, in-depth discussion about jazz archives with host Susan Brink. Winborne is the Executive Director of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University - Newark. Kahn is an author, educator, music journalist, and concert producer. https://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/newark/visit-study/institute-jazz-s…
 
On this August 6 edition of the WBGO Journal, we get an update on the Portal North Bridge project, a discovery in South Jersey that reveals new information about the Revolutionary War and an award-winning chat with documentarian Ken BurnsBy Doug Doyle
 
On this July 30 edition of the WBGO Journal, we learn about the tradition of cantorial music from WBGO's Jon Kalish, film critic Harlan Jacobson reviews Jordan Peele's NOPE and host Doug Doyle chats with the big names in the American Cornhole LeagueBy Doug Doyle
 
On this episode of the WBGO Journal, Trumpeter Sean Jones talks to Gary Walker about NYO Jazz and we meet two of the filmmakers involved in the Women in Media Newark International Film FestivalBy Doug Doyle
 
On the July 16 edition of the WBGO Journal, the new class of NEA Jazz Masters is announced, WBGO's Gary Walker chats with pianist Bill Charlap about "Jazz in July" and singer and executive producer Melissa Walker runs down the 2022 Montclair Jazz FestivalBy Doug Doyle
 
On this July 9 edition of the WBGO Journal and update on the rise of coronavirus in NYC, commentator Mildred Antenor's reacts the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, and host Doug Doyle chats with International Boxing Hall of Famer and Brooklyn Native Lou DiBellaBy Doug Doyle
 
On this July 2 edition of the WBGO Journal, Leo Sidran takes us to the Montreal Jazz Festival, Nate Chinen chats with Ashley Kahn about the "new" jazz emigres and Jon Kalish reports on the JetLAG Festival in the CatskillsBy Doug Doyle
 
On this edition of the WBGO Journal, Sade Lythcott and Jonathan McCrory of the National Black Theatre in Harlem talk about their new upcoming home and currents projects and the three star of "Three Sisters" at Two Rive Theater discuss their roles in the bold new translation of Chekhov's classic playBy Doug Doyle
 
Host Susan Brink talks with Richard Conde, a NYC based photographer.. He currently serves as Senior Staff Photographer for the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and is the official photographer for the Newport, Exit 0, and Jazz Mobile jazz festivals, as well as New York's famed Birdland Jazz Club. Conde's much in-demand work which has been praised as…
 
On this episode of the WBGO Journal, we'll hear from saxophonist Antonio Hart about an upcoming event at Flushing Town Hall, Sweet Honey in the Rock co-founder Carol Maillard talks about preventing gun violence and a feature on William Electric BlackBy Doug Doyle
 
During this edition of the WBGO Journal, NBA legend Dick Barnett discusses the upcoming documentary about his long, frustrating, but successful journey to get his all-black Tennessee A&I from the late 50's inducted in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of FameBy Doug Doyle
 
On the latest episode of The Buzz: The JJA Podcast, host Rick Mitchell talks with longtime jazz radio programmers Linda Yohn and Cheryl K Symister-Masterson and jazz radio promo-man Mark Rini on the joys and challenges of doing what they do. The good news is, the music -- new and old -- is being played and heard.…
 
On this edition of the WBGO Journal hosted by News Director Doug Doyle, Governor Phil Murphy reacts to the Texas school shooting, we speak to two clinical psychologists as part of Mental Health Awareness Month, 5-time Grammy Award-winning bassist Victor Wooten previews his Jazz Night Fundraiser for the Institute of Music for Children, and Film Crit…
 
WBGO Journal host Doug Doyle chats with Steven Melendez, the inspiring new Artistic Director of the New York Theatre Ballet, about his career and then with the jazz power couple of Adegoke Steve Colson and Iqua Colson about their upcoming special commission and performance at the Harlem School of the Arts…
 
Broadcast veterans Neil Tesser and Mark Ruffin join host Rick Mitchell for a freewheeling analysis of what the results of the 2022 JJA Jazz Awards reveal about the current state of jazz, and jazz journalism. Mark Ruffin is the program director of Sirius XM’s Real Jazz channel. Neil Tesser is a longtime print journalist and jazz radio programmer cur…
 
This is episode #8 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody. The truth is we all have solutions and answers to the things that we go through. The solutions and answers can be found in our heart space. However we as human beings are so in our head space with our thoughts and beli…
 
This is episode #7 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody. What is empathy anyways? Empathy according to Websters Dictionary is “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” Why is empathy so important in the parent child relationship? Empathy builds connectio…
 
This is episode #6 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody. We all grow up carrying with us our deeply engrained beliefs. Typically from the age of 0-7 is when our beliefs systems were created. Our belief systems are created based on culture, religion, parental upbringing and o…
 
This is episode #5 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody. All to often as parents we miss the underlying root or need beneath our child's behavior and find ourselves reacting to them based on our perception or judgement of the situation, circumstance or behavior. In this epsi…
 
This is episode #4 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody. “Our expectations are a disguise for our fears and unmet inner needs.” Dr Shefali The Awakened Family If I were to ask you what are three things you expect of your child, you would probably be able to give me three exp…
 
We all have deeply rooted beliefs! From 0-7 years of age is typically when our core beliefs were created and influenced by culture, religion, parental upbringing, relationships, environment ect. We carry these beliefs with us throughout our whole life, they become the lenses in which we view the world and relationships. When we have children all to…
 
This episode is #2 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody! By observing the child in front of you the parent/caregiver creates an envrionment for the childs confidence to grow by sending the message to the child that they are loved as is and there is nothing to fix. The parent…
 
Hey sis! This episode is #1 of a 20 episode series on raising confident children and the characteristics + habits confident children embody! To create a safe environment for our child's cofidence to grow, the parent/caregiver must meet three needs. These three needs are: + To be seen + To know they are worthy + To know they matter Come hang out wit…
 
Driving in the car with your kids can be an environment that allows for some of the most beautiful conversations! The other day my sweet daughter asked some beautiful questions on our drive to cheer which led to an amazing conversation. The conversation was so powerful that I just have to share with you the three things that came up for me. As pare…
 
Do you have a todo list that never seems to end? Are you constantly on the go? Do the words SLOW DOWN make you anxious? Life can naturally be busy and it takes mindfulness and intention to slow down and be still. If we don't, life will pass us by and we won’t be able to experience the deep connection with ourselves and others that human beings need…
 
Most of us unless we are somewhat conscious go through our days unconscious. Meaning we go from one thing to another with no real thought. It’s almost as if we are robots moving mindlessly through our days unaware of how we are feeling inside, unaware of our environment and its effects on us and unaware of what is causing us to emotionally react. T…
 
We are more comfortable being uncomfortable than we are with taking the appropriate steps to make changes to experience true joy, true happiness, liberation and freedom. It’s almost as if we are allergic to change. Come hang out with me sis and I will share with you tools you can use to effectively make the changes needed in your life that will cre…
 
Two words “teen years!” For some of you these words may bring up feelings of stress and anxiety because you have heard how difficult the teen years can be. Maybe you are in the thick of the “teen years” feeling disconnected as if you and your child are living on different planets. The words “teen years” may bring up sadness because you feel like yo…
 
Have you ever emotionally reacted to your child and afterwards thought where in the world did that come from? As Maya Angelou would say, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better do better.” Our mind is the most powerful tool we have and can be our best friend once we understand how it works and take action cleaning up a…
 
Michele Brangwen discusses the background and inspiration for Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble's new dance & music film TO YOUR CONSTANT EMBRACE, THE CLOUD STREAM SWAYS including hearing Charles Lloyd at the Blue Note after 9/11 and Silvio Rodriguez composition "Rabe de Nube." She is joined by Grammy-nominated trumpeter Tim Hagans improvising betwee…
 
Motherhood is like taking a road trip. However most of us have never really taken the time to sit down to put together a thought out plan backed by research, recommendations and wisdom from those that have already gone on the motherhood trip or are a few steps ahead of us. Here's the deal, if we don’t have a clear direction as to where we were goin…
 
Resilience. We have all heard this word but do you know what the true definition of resilience is? Resilience: The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. Psychological resilience: Psychological resilience is the ability to mentally or emotionally cope with a crisis or to return to pre-crisis status quickly. Resilience exists when…
 
November is the month we celebrate Thanksgiving. You may have a tradition where you go around the table and say what you are grateful for. Creating space throughout your day every day to express thankfulness is something you can implement all year round! I literally could not be more excited to have a very special guest on this episode to talk abou…
 
In this episode we talk about how we can prevent “should-ing” on our kids, ourselves and others by taking the word “should” out of our vocabulary. The word “should” is used when we have an expectation. Expectations are created because of certain stories and beliefs we have around how things or people “should” be. Placing unwanted expectations and “…
 
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