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Latin Pop Icon Ozuna Underscores His Crown Jewel Status In Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Global superstar Ozuna performs five songs in quarantine for Tiny Desk. For someone whose work often operates at galactic proportions, this performance of five songs makes room for Ozuna’s sweet tenor to take center-desk in a love letter to the global communities that supported and streamed him to god tier status. Continue Reading Latin Pop Icon Ozuna Underscores His Crown Jewel Status In Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

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Dinnerstein on the subway

Simone Dinnerstein: ‘A Character Of Quiet’ For Troubled Times

The gifted American pianist Simone Dinnerstein has always taken a thoughtful–even bold–approach to her art. Now, Dinnerstein has emerged from a pandemic-induced period of reflection with an impressive new recording, “A Character of Quiet,” which combines etudes by Philip Glass with Franz Schubert’s last sonata. She and her longtime producer laid down the tracks over two evenings in late June in her home in Brooklyn. Continue Reading Simone Dinnerstein: ‘A Character Of Quiet’ For Troubled Times

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Lynsie and Larry Clott

StoryCorps Northwest: How A Car Accident And Learning To Swim Helped Disability Rights

Larry Clott helped to lay the foundation for disabilities rights in the United States. He spoke with his daughter about a car accident that made him a quadriplegic, and how he came to fight for disability rights in this episode of StoryCorps Northwest, recorded virtually. Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest: How A Car Accident And Learning To Swim Helped Disability Rights

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