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.

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April 30, 2021 60 min

During Covid , people fanatically and faithfully binge watched all the amazing television series and then compare notes with family and friends, like water cooler chat but now on ZOOM!?Who creates these television shows that you get to enjoy? So many people make it happen. Today it’s often times a different director for each episode with groups of writers and different writers for each episode. What is it like doing this? Let's...

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This episode is part of our GOING GREEN SERIES. The movement/battle to protect land and natural resources has been going on for a long time.

Our guests: Rosa Hance and Cindy Dillon are both working on behalf of The Sierra Club in the state of Maryland.The Sierra Club was founded on May 28, 1892, with John Muir as its first president. It is the oldest and largest environmental group in America, the Sierra Club has 750,000 members. S...

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Jesse Morton was once a jihadist propagandist (then known as Younes Abdullah Muhammad) who ran Revolution Muslim, a New York City-based organization active in the 2000s and connected to a number of terrorism cases. He connected al-Qaeda’s ideology and transformed it for America, creating English language propaganda and collaborating with the most notorious jihadist preachers of that era. 
Morton deradicalized in 2011 and has worked...

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​Today’s episode is part of our ongoing GOING GREEN Series, where we have guests from different environmental groups and initiatives from both local and state level, to shed light on why their work is important and what we can all do to make a difference for the better. EARTH day is every day isn’t? So we want to give you ongoing knowledge and inspiration to take better care of the natural resources we all share and enjoy.
Our gues...

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In this episode we are looking at Women's History through the lens of poetry. Poetry has the potential to capture our existence, what it means to experience life with all our senses, our whole being. Every day pedestrian language cannot do always do this. Whether traditional poetry, spoken word or song, poetry can transport us.

Special Guest: Nancy Mitchell is the author of The Near Surround, Grief Hut and The Out-of-Body Shop,...

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February 19, 2021 60 min

On this podcast we look at what people are doing to improve their community. As part of our Race and Community Esteem Series, today’s guests are Daryl Davis and Jeff Schoep. They will be familiar to our audience, we have had them as guests on our show before: EP#56 Klandestine Relationships and EP# 67-Radical to Redemption, that introduced them as individuals and their stories. And today they are both here, joining us together! The...

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February 5, 2021 60 min

It’s 2021 and we have already kicked off one of our new series called “Going Green".
And on today’s show we spotlight a TEACHER, Jerry Kelley. He is a teacher of horticulture at a certified Green School (Parkside High school in Salisbury, Maryland ), who provides students with experiences that build enthusiasm and understanding of the role, impact and practice of agriculture, horticulture, and environmental science. He has been...

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January 16, 2021 60 min

Our first guests of this season are a couple with shared interests that involve numerous environmental issues and green living best practices. Josh and Alyssa Hastings.

Josh Hastings is Forever Maryland’s newly appointed Program and Policy Director. Alyssa Hastings is the City of Salisbury's first sustainability coordinator. She oversees projects ranging from overseeing the City's sustainability planning process, managing t...

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January 1, 2021 60 min

Our 5th season kicks off with live music, stories and reflections on the path that brought us to this our 5th season of the No, I Know Podcast. We preview what the year ahead will bring on the podcast. All Music and Lyrics by your co-hosts, James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. Visit our sites to learn more and contact us: www.noiknowpodcast.com www.storieslovemusic.com 

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As 2020 comes to a close, we want to bring you our joy of life, MUSIC. In this episode, a 2nd listening party of Lythion's 2009 release called "Weights and Measures". Co-hosts, Ilyana and James reflect back on the  process of creating this EP and share the stories behind the music, including the song they wrote on their honeymoon. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. 

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December 4, 2020 60 min

In this episode we are having a listening party of Lythion's debut album from 2004 called "From the Beginning". Your co-hosts, Ilyana and James reflect back on the  process of creating this album and share some stories behind the music.  Selected tracks include: Peak, Traveling, Blue Spot, Perilous Mouth, *Meaningless, Hussy and Champagne. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. *Except where noted.

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November 13, 2020 60 min

In honor of National Family Caregiver Month, we feature an interview with the MAC (Maintaining Active Citizens) Center Area Agency on Aging in Salisbury, Maryland. They offer many services and resources for senior citizens and caregivers; for the body, mind and spirit as we age. We also have a special update about Stories Love Music and how we are adapting our creative engagement programs during the pandemic. Helmed by your co-host...

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October 30, 2020 60 min

We hear from the Secretary of Kindness, Grace Foxwell Murdock, from Salisbury,Maryland; which is the first city in the United States to achieve the kindness city designation. What does it take to be a kindness city? What role does kindness play in leadership? We unearth that the bridge between tragedy and good is kindness in service to others. World Kindness Week begins Nov. 8th. This episode includes a music treat! The radio premi...

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October 16, 2020 60 min

No, I Know Podcast, where we shed light on what we think we know.
Interviews with people who make a difference in their communities and music performances too!
All across America, in every town and city, there is a main street, downtown area. Over the years some of these main streets have flourished, while others have become ghost towns, due to malls, big box stores and online shopping. Especially during Covid-19, places to safely ...

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Jeff Schoep is the Founder and CEO of Beyond Barriers, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people leave extremist organizations as well as providing support and connections to individuals and communities affected by extremism.
Before starting Beyond Barriers, Jeff Schoep lead the largest Neo-Nazi organization in the United States from 1994-2019. After 25 years as the National Leader of the National Socialist Movement, Je...

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September 19, 2020 60 min

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 how does sound heal us on a cellula...

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September 4, 2020 60 min

Your co-hosts, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell speak with special guest: Curtis Paul, the Executive Director of Recovery Resource Center. How has Covid-19 affected addiction, relapse, overdose and recovery. What resources are out there? What is the connection between recovery and reinvention?  Music By James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.

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August 16, 2020 60 min

Your co-hosts, Ilyana and James speak with 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 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 reject othe...

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August 1, 2020 60 min

Your co-host Ilyana Kadushin interviews musician, composer and producer, 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. This episode is sponsored by Coops to Co-ops.

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Ep#62 Our "Race and Community Esteem" Series continues with this conversation with Dr. Brante Dashiell. She reflects on her life on the Eastern Shore and how her path of education led her back after she traveled the world. We look at how the lack of African American History being taught in schools adds to the normalization of whiteness and our racial bias. Why are cross-racial partnerships and inter-generational conversatio...

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