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Never Records – Episode 83

In 1977 Skip Groff opened the record store Yesterday and Today. It was located in a non-descript strip mall in the town where I grew up, Rockville MD. Yesterday and Today was my church, and I attended…

Never Records – Episode 82

KANSAS CITY: As an outsider with limited time, I can only hope to scratch the surface when I travel to a new city, yet Never Records seems to have captured almost every facet of Kansas City music cult…

Never Records – Episode 81

KANSAS CITY: I often say that you can gauge the health of a city by its punk scene. A punk scene does not discriminate. It accepts all comers. The action of making a record together with a performer f…

Never Records – Episode 80

KANSAS CITY: Troost Ave is a scar on the map of Kansas City. It’s a color line dividing African American neighborhoods to the East and White more affluent neighborhoods to the west. This border has a …

Never Records – Episode 79

KANSAS CITY: The Latino community in Kansas City is as old as the city itself. And while the Latino population continues to grow at a large rate with more and more immigrants migrating from Central Am…

Oddly Enough – Big Ideas

In “BIG IDEAS,” office workers maintain a cheerful facade, as they must ignore a dark workplace undercurrent to stay employed and with benefits — or maybe even alive. This episode is…

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