No, I Know

Featuring live music and special guests!

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Multimedia artists, activists and husband and wife duo James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin talk shop in this engaging podcast, No, I Know. 

From art to science to society and culture, they bring you a spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. Oh, and of course…they converse about what it’s like to be married and create together.

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Our Mission

Our vision is to create a mobile podcast media unit for community outreach that fosters creative engagement and community esteem.

The Mobile Podcast Unit will produce on-site events that include: Interviews, Live Podcast Concerts and Community Connections.

We will focus on intergenerational events and civic mindedness through music and the art.

We will illuminate our shared humanity and showcase people making a difference in their communities.

We bring not only our extensive media production experience and thoughtful content, but as musicians and performers, we will bring the spirit of creativity to every episode and event.

EP# 136 Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces. In the midst of a collage of sound, music and poetry, we grapple with how to deal with the illogical issues of our country today. All music, lyrics and sound you hear is written and performed by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin with the exception of...

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EP# 133 Glynwood Tonite

Welcome to Glynwood! We spent the day at Glynwood Center for regional food and farming. Glynwood is a non-profit organization serving food and farming change makers from New York’s Hudson Valley and beyond. They advance local food production in Hudson Valley region,...

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EP# 132 The Kids Are Alright

The Kids Are Alright. Is college, trade schools or life experience the best route for a young person today? Are they even interested in trade skills or just YouTube stardom? When we heard that some students at a high school were building homes for their community, we...

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