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I was born and raised in the rural south, where racial difference was like oxygen. You inhaled it, you exhaled it and you learned about the function and composition later. While my family checked the white or caucasian box on forms, my county was predominantly African-American, a term that did not exist yet. I learned to say...

TMM talks to The Sexbots Ilima Considine (trans-disciplinary artist, musician, director, mother of two, and queen of nanobudget productions) about her new album Love Hotel. Listen now!

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There are six military installations in the county where I grew up. More than half the adult population is directly employed by the federal government, and the rest work in the auxiliary or service industries that spring up around bases.
 
Growing up in a military town a few principles are very clear. Discipline...

This week we're talking to award winning and abundantly talented teacher, author, and activist Gayle Brandeis about her latest, The Book of Live Wires.

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I’ve just released Peter Parker from his leash.  His little terrier legs are running free at the dog park.  Four year old Cole isn’t racing after his best friend like he usually does; instead he’s doing some awkward sort of calisthenics.  I’ve seen this dance before.

“Why didn’t you go before we left the house? ...

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