Full Service Radio is a podcast network and internet radio station broadcasting live from a public facing studio located inside the lobby of The LINE Hotel in Washington, DC. Interviews are also recorded at the LINE LA and LINE Austin. Full Service Radio features over 30 shows a week that spans across art and culture, food and drink, and music. This podcast feed features special interviews and highlights edited down from the weekly programs.
Jessica B. Harris Reads James Thurbur: "The Little Girl and the Wolf" & "The Unicorn in the Garden"
Jessica B. Harris continues her "Tell Me a Story, Read Me a Poem" series with two readings from James Thurber: "The Little Girl and the Wolf" & "The Unicorn in the Garden". Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Runagate, Runagate & Census from "Simple's Uncle Sam"
Jessica B. Harris continues her "Tell Me a Story, Read Me a Poem" series with two readings: Runagate Runagate by Robert Hayden & "Census" from "Simple's Uncle Sam" by Langston Hughes
Casey at The Bat & Daffodils
Jessica B. Harris continues her "Tell Me a Story, Read Me a Poem" series with two poem readings: "Casey at The Bat" by Ernest Thayer & "Daffodills" by "William Wordsworth".
Jessica B. Harris Presents: Pandora's Box
The human voice is music that works as a tuning fork for the soul. In times of trouble it brings solace and comfort. We also find refuge in stories - they can allay our fears, comfort our anxieties and instruct us on better ways to be. On this series, renowned culinary historian and author Jessica B. Harris shares stories and reads poems from around the world. Some might bring a smile of recollection or a nod of recognition - others might startle with their aptness to todays world. May they all help us find peace of mind body and soul.
The first episode in this series is an adaptation of Pandora's Box by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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Responsibility Over Reactionary: Shepard Fairey's Formula for Disrupting Authority
Shepard' Fairey's art lives in between average, everyday authority and messaging to construct a third narrative that ignites movements. In the mid-2000s, Shepard began to create works that added to the voice of opposition to the current Bush administration in the United States, but also works that uplifted the profile of a public figure he believed to hold and represent the values that would positively impact the nation.
Shepard's "HOPE" poster would help pivot Barack Obama's 2008 campaign for U.S. Presidency as a progressive, people-driven movement that could bring the United States into a new era of social change. Listen as the creator of OBEY streetwear brand talks about how skate and punk culture influenced his purpose as an artist and the rise of the HOPE poster. Most recently, Shepard collaborated with artist Sandra Chevrier for The LINE Hotel to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment. The mural created by the two artists merges their respective styles into a bold collage to celebrate women empowerment.
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Feminist.AI Breaks the Scientific Method for Radically-Inclusive Research
Before a research question is even explored, hundreds of biases influence the development and scope of the question. Scientific findings are unfortunately tinged by normative social standards that limit the realm of possibility for exploration and discovery, often leaving out the perspectives and knowledge of marginalized groups. Feminist.AI is a community-based research group that aims to bring a "feminist posthumanist" lens to artificial intelligence design and research by intentionally including diverse voices and anti-patriarchal voices as inputs. Listen as Christine Meinders of Feminist.AI talks about the current state of AI development, how Feminist.AI weaves cultural inclusivity into their design, and how creating more culturally-relevant inputs can transform knowledge that society relies on today. Powered and distributed by Simplecast