Podcast episode features a winning entry of creative nonfiction contest

Stories on Stage Davis will release the third episode of its all-podcast eighth season on Saturday, Oct. 17, with one of the winning entries of the “Under the Gum Tree” and Stories on Stage Davis creative nonfiction contest: “Seeping Past Theseus” by Arielle Schussler, read by Andrea J. Love.

In “Seeping Past Theseus,” Schussler alternates between the paradox of The Ship of Theseus and the preparation of her mother’s apple cake. By the end, the comparison of the cake to the ship becomes touchingly clear, raising philosophical questions about change and the ephemeral marks we leave behind.

Schussler is a writer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has a bachelor’s

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Sitarist Chandrashekar Phanse featured in 142nd episode of ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’

Renowned sitarist Chandrashekar Phanse featured in the 142nd episode of Baaton Baaton Mein. The talk show was featured on the Instagram live page.

A talk series ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’ is being held every day on Instagram. Hosted by renowned art critic Sunil Mishr, the series is being held for the art lovers.

Phanse’s skill is a melodious implement for the indefinite mines of the sitar strings.

Chandrashekhar Phanse shared about his education. He achieved his educational qualifications with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics. His Bachelor of Music from Bhatkhande Vidyapeeth Lucknow earned him title Vadya Visharad. His quest further led to a Masters in Sitar from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishvavidyalaya (IKSV) in merit from Kairagarh. This pursuit reflects in his music, which has the precision of numbers and the depth of emotion.

His earlier tutelage was under Pandit Kartik Kumar and V.R. Athavale Dinkar Kaikini. He has

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Educate 8:46 Episode 4 – Miami University

How is it that after decades, and in some cases centuries, of so-called “progress” that we still find ourselves confronted with grave and dangerous racial disparities in almost everything? On this episode, learn why systemic racism will persist until we excavate the roots of white supremacy.


Denise Taliaferro Baszile:

Hey, hey good people. I’m Denise Taliaferro Baszile, and this is Educate 8:46.

8 minutes and 46 seconds is the amount of time that officer Derrick Chauvin had his knee on the neck of George Floyd, draining the life from his body. So the premise of Educate 8:46 is simple — what can we teach and learn that can support the struggle against white supremacy and anti-blackness, and all inter-systemic injustices in 8 minutes and 46 seconds?


Today on Educate 8:46, I want to try to tackle a question I get quite often about why not use the language

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