While the subject of suicide and prevention may be uncomfortable and painful to hear,we believe that it is time to examine what is happening to our fellow citizens and hear from an organization like JESSE'S PADDLE. It was created out of the loss of Jesse Klump, a promising high school student who committed suicide and his community's dedication to open this conversation and support those who deserve and need support. Special Guests... Read more
Your co-hosts, Ilyana and James interview special guest: Reverend Elder Pat Bumgardner, who is currently the Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of New York and is also the Executive Director of MCC’s newly formed Global Justice Institute. They talk with her about: The role of the church today. What does religious freedom really mean? What is true acceptance? What influences our choices? Is there a misuse of faith to rej... Read more
Special Guest: Erica Fae. Theater and filmmaker, teacher and performer. We chat about her film "To Keep the Light" and her projects inspired by true stories of radical women before the women's liberation movement even existed. Why look to women in history for our stories to tell? How does the male gaze affect arts and culture and how are women film makers transforming that view? Music Segment: Lythion performance of Twist of Fate. ... Read more
Co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell performed their podcast live in concert at The Brick Room in Salisbury, Maryland. They perform original music, tell stories and talk about their community outreach programs. Enjoy the live show! Please subscribe and share the podcast with your friends, rate and review us where you listen, we really appreciate it! Originally released January 24th 2018.
Your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell ring in the new year and launch season three of the No, I Know podcast by playing a brand new song of theirs called Prove Me Wrong. They also chat about marriage and the phantom emotions that creep in. Includes a special exercise to try at home!Stay tuned for a new season of interviews and music performances designed to make the universal more personal and get you engaged in your comm... Read more
Your co-hosts, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell speak with special guest Joan Maloof. She is the founder and executive director of the non-profit Old Growth Forest Network. Their mission is to connect people with nature by creating a national network of protected, mature, publicly accessible native forests. Why do we need to protect old growth forests? Listen and find out what makes them nature's temples.
The film Heart, Baby! is the true story of a prison boxer who was offered freedom to fight in the 1984 Olympics but shocks everyone by saying no. Special Guest: Angela Shelton is Writer,Director, Producer of Heart, Baby. She started out her Hollywood writing career with the film Tumbleweeds (winner of the 1999 Sundance Filmmaker trophy and lead actress Janet McTeer an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe win.) Shelton went on to wri... Read more
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 if you don't drink alcohol? We learn about herbs from Chinese Medicine, ... Read more
In this episode your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell speak with U.S. Kennels (a 501 c3 non-profit) based in Salisbury, Maryland. U.S.Kennels provides trained service dogs to combat wounded veterans who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. They deliver this free support to veterans at the same time they are saving the lives of shelter dogs. How does a dog know when the veteran is having a panic attack or fla... Read more
Your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell chat with special guests: Kate Miller, actress and voice-over artist (Sea Lab, Guild Wars, Sex and The City) and her husband and fellow voice-over actor, John DiMaggio (Futurama, Adventure Time, Zootopia, Penguins of Madagascar and upcoming NETFLIX show Disenchantment). What happens when you bring two forces of nature together? What is marriage in a nutshell? Lets find out. Plus a mus... Read more
In this episode, co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell are celebrating their 13th wedding anniversary and they invite you to join them for dinner and a little radio theater broadcast called "As For Tomorrow" written by James Harrell of Lythion Music and performed by James and Ilyana. Plus a bonus music treat called "I Love You" written and performed by James for his beautiful wife, Ilyana. This podcast is available on: itunes,... Read more
Co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin & James Harrell pow wow with another fantastic couple, Jamie and Michael Leonhart, who are both professional musicians that have collaborated on music throughout their marriage. We chat about how creativity impacts our relationships, what are the nuances of being creative that we could all cultivate in our relationships and how vulnerability and being present comes into play. Plus special music performances... Read more
In this episode co-hosts Ilyana & James chat with comedy writer and producer Caytha Jentis, who started film making in between driving carpools in suburbia as a mother of two. Her stories are “character driven heightened reality comedies”. She has written and produced features that include: “Bad Parents” starring Janeane Garofalo and Cheri Oteri (Coming to HBO in 2019) “And Then Came Love” starring Vanessa Williams & Eartha Kitt & ... Read more
In this episode your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell speak with Nina Lorez Collins, the founder of an online forum for women over 40 called What Would Virginia Woolf Do? She's also written a book by the same title that directly addresses issues around female empowerment, sexuality, aging, heath and general well being. Can we age without apology? What emotions are rising in you as you age? How does this affect men? Music ... Read more
In this episode your co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell chat with documentary film director, Michael Rossato-Bennett about his film Alive Inside, that beautifully demonstrates how music is our natural state of being and when utilized with seniors with dementia it transforms their suffering and re-engages their sense of being alive. We also discuss the Alive Inside Foundation that guides younger generations on how to connect... Read more
In this mini episode your co-hosts and married couple, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell read from the pop up Kama Sutra about how to begin and end the "act of congress". No, not that kind of congress! The pleasurable kind of congress known as SEX. In the Kama Sutra, the advice given is to inspire us to make time in our busy lives for some beautiful rituals of pleasure with our lover. Enjoy!
Co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell do the podcast live in concert on January 13th at The Brick Room in Salisbury, Maryland. They sing songs, tell stories and talk about their outreach programs. Enjoy the live show!Please subscribe and share the podcast with your friends, rate and review us where you listen, we really appreciate it!
Co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell chat with musician and painter Natalia Zukerman about her new multi-disciplinary show, The Women Who Rode Away. A show about women who are the architects of their own lives and allowed Natalia to explore herself through their work and life. What can our mentors and teachers teach us about ourselves? We ask Natalia about her process of writing a song based on a person or image. We learn abo... Read more
Co-hosts Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell interview special guests: Amanda Allen (Lawyer and Advocate for Reproductive Rights) and Chris Iseli (Executive Director of Women's Equality Center). In this episode we bring on this dynamic duo, who are also a couple, to give our audience an inside, clear view of the current state of women's reproductive rights and access to health care. What is in jeopardy? Who controls your rights in yo... Read more
Your co-hosts Ilyana and James, take the show on the road to visit special guest: Reverend Elder Pat Bumgardner, who is currently the Senior Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of New York, where she has served for the past 30 years and is also the Executive Director of MCC’s newly formed Global Justice Institute. They talk with her about: The role of the church today. What does religious freedom really mean? What is true accep... Read more