No, I Know

No, I Know

Musicians and married couple, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell talk with people who make a difference in their community. With social consciousness in mind, from art to science to society and culture, they bring you spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. With music performances inspired by their guests.


November 17, 2022 59 min

Since we first aired this episode in 2021, Thelonious Cook of the farm, Mighty Thundercloud Edible Forest, won the USDA 2022 Farmer of The Year Award. We are also airing this episode in loving memory of Niamh Shortt, who passed away in 2022. Remember Your Farmer has interviews with Lisa Garfield and Niamh Shortt of Future Harvest Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture and goes on location with farmer, Thelonious Cooke of M...

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Do we honor veterans on more than just Veterans Day? What do memorials and these commemorations mean to the veterans? There are a myriad of ways to serve our country.  In this episode, we meet some of the founders of The Worcester County Veterans Memorial in Ocean Pines, Maryland. We also speak with veteran and owner of Delmarva Veteran Builders, Chris Eccleston. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.

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October 18, 2022 59 min

Alice Arnold is a documentary media maker and educator. She creates, edits, writes and photographs projects that explore the urban environment and visual culture — from street art to advertising and from sidewalks to electric signs. Her films are in the collections of university libraries throughout the United States and have screened at MoMA and other festivals. She is a NYFA Photography Fellow, a Fulbright Fellow in film and an A...

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October 6, 2022 59 min

In this episode, in our Community Esteem segment we hear from Mayor Jake Day about the creation of Anne Street Village, a transitional housing village of tiny homes for the homeless in Salisbury, Maryland.

Then in our Make a Difference Spotlight segment we speak to the founder of The Jeptha Group, Jason Naradzay and board member and supporter, Stephanie Thompson.The Jeptha Group is a nonprofit whose aim is to bring music instructio...

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This episode is part of our Make A Difference Non Profit Spotlight Series, where we highlight non profits, organizations and individuals making a difference in their communities. 

Why do we do this series? If we think we know everything about our communities and our neighbors, chances are we do not, meaning, we only see the surface or we only see the negativity, the division and we do not always get offered the stories of those in ...

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September 8, 2022 59 min

Your hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell, recorded this episode in the brand new @nikpodroad aka Barbarella (a teardrop camper) and once again from a place of love and learning, popped the hood on their marriage.

Relationships. What are the greatest challenges in marriage (or long term commitment) and what are the potential antidotes for them? Everything is unearthed, from addiction to.. can a zebra change it's stripes?...

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Our Special Guest: Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic Magazine photographer, Ami Vitale has traveled to more than 100 countries, bearing witness not only to violence and conflict, but also to surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit. Throughout the years, Ami has lived in mud huts and war zones, contracted malaria, and donned a panda suit— keeping true to her belief in the importance of “living the story.”  I...

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August 5, 2022 59 min

Making art at this time on the planet and in this country is more important than ever.  The pressure is mounting and the disconnection continues and you could allow your self to be lead by others people’s thoughts and the din of social media, the cultural malaise OR you could GET DOWN AND MAKE ART, MAKE FILMS, MAKE MUSIC! That is a mantra of our guests, (another long awaited PART 2) as they have been guests on NIK POD before…The Ad...

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July 21, 2022 59 min

Qool DJ Marv returns to the podcast! Born & raised in Philadelphia, Qool DJ Marv started DJing while in college at Emory & grad school at Columbia. From school to gigs in the West & East Village & all over downtown Manhattan; Bar Six, Izzy, Opaline, Ludlow Bar & APT. Late 90s started a 21 year run of being HBO's non-celebrity DJ. Early 2000s Marv became a resident at the Manchester UK based Friends & Fam...

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July 8, 2022 60 min

Your co-host Ilyana Kadushin interviews musician, composer, producer and co-host, James Harrell, about a collection of music he wrote about the time we are living in called, everyman, the musical. Tune in and hear music performances and the stories behind them. All Music and Lyrics and Performances by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. Originally aired in 2020.

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June 24, 2022 60 min

Our guest is Monique Anderson Walker and she is currently running for Lt. Governor of Maryland. In this interview we cover: What influences our successes and how our relationship with failure impacts this? Why Monique decided to enter into politics today, despite this country's current climate of campaign fatigue. How should any person running for office handle or "balance" their aspirations of a "vision" versus...

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June 12, 2022 60 min

Klan-Destine Relationships. It began with a question. How can you hate me when you don't even know me? Listen to our powerful Interview with acclaimed musician, author, educator and race reconciliator, Daryl Davis. A chance encounter with members of the Ku Klux Klan led musician Daryl Davis on a quest to determine the source of the hate. His unorthodox, yet simple approach, has wielded surprising results and just might be the s...

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May 27, 2022 60 min

Special Guest: Reverend Elder Pat Bumgardner, is currently the Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of New York, where she has served for 30 +years and is also the Executive Director of MCC’s Global Justice Institute. We talk about: What is the role of the church today? What does religious freedom really mean and for the LGTBQ community especially? What is true acceptance? What influences our choices? Is there a misus...

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May 12, 2022 60 min

Originally aired September 2020. Music and sound and the vibration and frequencies they emit, have a power to shift and transform us and even heal us. How? What does this mean and feel like? That’s what this episode is all about. We have special treat, we recorded a sound bath healing session with Chrissy Earhart of Zenna Wellness Studio in Berlin, Maryland. What is a vibration in sound? How does it enter on a cellular level and ho...

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April 29, 2022 60 min

A replay of one of our favorite episodes that originally aired in 2018. Special Guest: Arielle Hayat, a clinical herbalist, chats with us about empowering and guiding people to a healthier lifestyle and wellness from the inside out. In this episode we cover: What herbs can we take when we are stressed and anxious? What herbs help with digestion, adrenals, hormones, insomnia and more? What are some mood elevating herbs you can take ...

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April 17, 2022 60 min

No, I Know Podcast kicks off "Earth Year" with some fresh updates from past guests: Youth Environmental Action at Boundless Community Garden, Green SBY's Alyssa Hasting and a kick butt teacher, Jerry Kelley from Parkside High School, whose students run their own garden center business. Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. Let's Go! 

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April 2, 2022 60 min

Mickey Rowe, the first autistic actor to play the autistic lead character in the Tony Award- winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, knows these statistics all too well. He also knows what it takes to overcome the odds and land a part. Mickey chronicles this journey to stardom in his memoir FEARLESSLY DIFFERENT: An Autistic Actor’s Journey to Broadway’s Biggest Stage, which released just ahead of Autism Awareness...

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March 18, 2022 60 min

This episode is part of our Make A Difference Spotlight and celebration of women making history with their work. In the city of Salisbury, Maryland there is something called  #kindsby, a community kindness initiative that: supports community events that build relationships, highlights citizens and groups engaged in goodwill programs, inspires everyone to engage in Acts of Kindness, sustains their World Kindness USA City designation...

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March 4, 2022 60 min

The Positively Adventurous League Series: First Book: "As Alone as Alone Could Be" Written By Rachel Mcintosh, Illustrations by Merve Terzi Yildiz, Production Consultant David Zellerford. 

"As Alone As Alone Could Be, a beautifully illustrated children’s book and the first title in the series, features “Sparkles” Clawhammer, a gender-neutral character blessed with courage, energy and imagination to spare, and explores a...

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February 18, 2022 60 min

For the 100th Episode of The No, I Know Podcast we have baked a special episode for you, from a couple of chatterboxes, also known as your co-hosts, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell. Join us for some music and improv. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.

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