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Hyphen Nation

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Hyphen Nation

Kelen Conley

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You have arrived at Hyphen Nation. Hosted by Kelen Conley, this variety pod discusses music, movies, sports, mental health, and more. Featuring a deep catalog of solo episodes as well as fun guests, Hyphen Nation has something for everyone. It’s a safe space. Welcome to Hyphen Nation. Enjoy your stay. A Hyphen Podcast Group production.
 
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The Hyphen

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The Hyphen

Joshua Romell Smith

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“The Hyphen” is a self improvement podcast dedicated to sharing the never ending well that is information. Through relatability and imagery, the podcast seeks to empower an often marginalized group of people. Join us as we continue to sow communal seeds while also taking a look deep within ourselves so that our external aspirations may one day match our internal thoughts.
 
Comedy stars Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo host an English-language podcast about living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they have crafted their comedy around what it means to be bicultural. Every week, Joanna and Jenny have hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated. New episodes every Thursday.
 
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Dear Multi-hyphenate

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Dear Multi-hyphenate

Broadway Podcast Network

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Are you a combination of actor, director, producer, designer, or anything else? Congratulations, you're a multi-hyphenate! A multi-hyphenate is an artist who has multiple proficiencies that cross pollinate to help flourish professional capabilities. Dear Multi-hyphenate explores the full potential of artists in show business who have taken the paths less traveled. Are you unsure how to stay creative and garner income during the pandemic? Are you sitting on a project and you have no idea how ...
 
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Hyphenated America

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Hyphenated America

Hyphenated America

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The immigration system, its associated laws and policy are confusing. Hosted by two college students, Sophia and Maria, raised by families of immigrants, Hyphenated America explores anything and everything immigration by talking to experts, lawyers, politicians, and more!
 
Your host Lynn is an Anishinaabe-French mother raising her multi-racial Afro-Indigenous baby. Navigating life as a biracial woman in a visible interracial relationship while creating space for mothers raising mixed children. Identity, raising anti-racist and inclusive children, motherhood, mental health, culture, languages, traditions, pregnancy and much more will be discussed. So get comfy, burn some sage, fold that pile of laundry (or not - there's no judgment here) and come listen to some ...
 
Contact djhyphen@hotmail.com for more information. Now available in South West UK Funky House, Classic euphoric trance, old skool D&B, rave and hardcore, and many other fresh and funky styles. All mixed by live by Birminghams legendary DJ Hyphen, after 7 years of silence, from clubs, pirate stations and more. Tunes that have been played at many a venue, to some of the hotest and loved up crowds - enjoy.
 
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HypheNation: A Diaspora Life

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HypheNation: A Diaspora Life

Rebka Fisseha and Serkalem Mekonnen

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In a life lived “in-between”, what’s gained, what’s lost, and what’s discovered anew? Ethiopian-American and Ethiopian-Canadian hosts Serkalem and Rebka explore this question through conversations with immigrant Ethiopians and Eritreans from all walks of life. New episodes every month. (Or simechen!)
 
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Hyphenated Lives

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Hyphenated Lives

Hyphenated Lives

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HYPHENATED* is a weekly social justice podcast and the brainchild of Chuks (owning-my-truth) and Kari (unapologetically-yellow now heauxchinoise). They met through Tumblr and began talking with one another upon realizing that they were both living and working in Asia and had a mutual friend. (‘Tis a small world.) With this program, they hope to not only to bring stories from their lives, but also their perspective as children of immigrants to events in the world. Understanding their and othe ...
 
Listen to conversations with scientists, CEO's, comedians, entrepreneurs and others who are 'hyphenated' Americans. These are people who at some point in their lives immigrated to the United States in search of the American Dream and achieved it. The topics range from the guests' life stories to subjects within their fields of expertise. Being an immigrant himself, the host asks questions that are informed by his unique experiences. Subscribe now and be inspired by these truly American stories!
 
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I couldn't start this episode without detailing the end of the Raiders season and also going over the losing streak the Bulls were on (we did get that W against Cleveland). But then, it's been 30 days since the release of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. You've been warned. I don't break down the whole film but I talk about Peter's conflict with one of the…
 
Emily Teerasuphaset (เอมิลี ธีรสุภะเสฏร์) (she/her), the writer and director of the upcoming short Soul Food, joined the Hyphen in Hollywood podcast to discuss her project, whose crowdfunding campaign is currently active and nearing its target goal. The short is a Thai language drama about a mother and daughter reconciling the love and hurt in thei…
 
Joanna and Jenny relive their cringiest dating stories, from the high schooler who was too much of a geek even for Jenny, to the time Joanna was accused of drugging her date by his mom.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
“It is, I think in the funhouse of this time, a very, very hard thing to feel like the job that you do and the way that you do it, and the life that you’ve chose as your north star is not there… and not only a thing you always felt was essential, but you really start to understand the word essential and you understand it differently and you underst…
 
Hyphen Nation is officially 6 and just won't die! Within, I cover all the recommendations I kept forgetting, talk briefly about the I Can't Feel My Face project that never materialized from Juelz and Wayne, move on to how I've turned the corner on The Weeknd thanks to Dawn FM, have what was supposed to not be a State of the Podcast Address, and tal…
 
Jenny and Joanna chat about why society seems to deem femininity as a weakness, when gender norms enforce power dynamics, and how the supposedly “stronger” male gender seems so fragile.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
Switching gears entirely, George and Marcus continue to put up with my shenanigans as I crack open some wine for our 2021 sports recap. I encourage you to do the same (or coffee or water if you don't drink wine in the mornings) as we toss around our picks for athlete of the year, biggest surprise, disappointing teams and more. And get ready for som…
 
Joanna welcomes Dan Povenmire, creator of the wildly popular animated series ‘Phineas and Ferb’, as they talk about his career in animation (including ‘Hey Arnold’, ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Family Guy’), the forensics that goes into creating cartoon comedy, and their upcoming show ‘Hamster & Gretel’.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Dan Povenmire
 
“You’re only the new kid in town once. I disagree with that. You’re the new kid in town every six months because everyone has a short memory.” - Josh Johnston. Happy 2022, everyone! Born into a theatre family, Josh Johnston has a perspective on the industry fresh enough to start the new year right. One of the best things Josh promotes is his use of…
 
The time has arrived for the annual Numbers On The Board episode! Started in 2017 as a yearly wrap up by Marcus, George was added to the mix last year, and now we're rolling in the deep like Adele when she was 21! *Crickets* Anyway, we talk some of our favorite music, movies, and about the elephant that's been on everyone's chest for the last 2 yea…
 
Just in time for the 50th episode, Joanna tested positive for Covid-19 so she and Jenny discuss her first-hand experience with the virus, the current state of the pandemic, what it's like to lose your sense of taste, and the hypocrisy of those who try to moralize getting infected.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
Merry Christmas! I return to the parking lot where it all started almost 6 years ago on Christmas Eve. As the grocery store closes for the night, I call up Michael Lamerique, talk a little about Nas' new album Magic and his growth since linking up with Hit-Boy, discuss my love of the Back To The Future trilogy, and wrap up by announcing the 2021 wi…
 
Joanna and Jenny chat about the differences between Christmas in Latin America compared to the U.S., including how religious the season is, who supposedly brings the presents (Santa or El Niño Jesus?), and if the celebration is on the Eve or the Day.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
In the first episode, we introduce the concept of “The Hyphen” in its totality, set the tone going forward and unpack the art of “protecting your energy.” A simple yet complex ideal that sets the tone for the individual and the podcast alike. Join us as we seek to awaken and empower the you with a slew of gems that’ll undoubtedly enhance your quali…
 
Jenny welcomes Kevin Bosch, her producing-partner on her comedy web-series ABUELA’S FAMILY, as they discuss the origins of many of her popular characters, and how they utilize digital media to better help represent Latin culture. https://www.youtube.com/JennyLorenzoโดย Kevin Bosch, Jenny Lorenzo
 
Joanna and Jenny chat with actors Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose and David Alvarez, stars of the new Steven Spielberg remake of the musical WEST SIDE STORY, about how living in the hyphen helped inform their performances and how identity has shaped their careers.โดย Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose, David Alvarez, Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
Daniel Park, co-founder and CCO of Transparent Arts sat down with Christian to discuss his latest TV production venture, a K-drama series, IDOL: THE COUP, which is currently airing on JTBC every Monday and Tuesday and streaming worldwide on iQIYI. IDOL: THE COUP is unique in premise due its specific focus on a failing k-pop girl group who must band…
 
Jenny and Joanna share their experiences traveling to Latin America, when Jenny walked around Bogota dressed as Abuela, the time Joanna couldn’t prove she wasn’t a gringa in Guatemala, and the immigrant’s perpetual need to search for “home”.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
South Asian director Maureen Bharoocha stopped by the podcast to chat about her recent work directing an episode in the upcoming second season of “Saved by the Bell," now available on Peacock. Maureen is part of NBCU’s Female Forward program that aims to create gender parity in scripted television, and along with its counterpart the Emerging Direct…
 
Joanna and Jenny discuss how some Americans were against Thanksgiving from the start, the lesser known pagan roots of the celebration and why some immigrants easily gravitate towards the national holiday. (*A previous version was published missing some of the audio. This new version corrects that. If you still hear the old version, remove/delete th…
 
Jenny and Joanna discuss their earliest jobs, including working at Toys R Us on Black Friday, handling clean-up duty on a cooking show, having arugula thrown at you, and being Kevin Feige’s worst PA.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
Joanna welcomes Jasmine Romero, her co-writer on the audio-drama podcast PRINCESS OF SOUTH BEACH, as they discuss Latinos in the podcasting space, as well as what it takes to create a modern telenovela podcast.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Jasmine Romero
 
“You run the high risk of something suffering,” says Peppermint about multi-hyphenating on an Executive level. Peppermint is Broadway and television royalty. As coming in second place on her season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Peppermint is the first queen to enter as an openly trans woman. Her hyphens include actor - singer - Drag entertainer - Producer…
 
Jenny and Joanna discuss the history of Halloween, trends in costumes, how immigrant parents react to spooky American traditions, and why Latinos have a complicated relationship with death and the macabre.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
In this short but bitter sweet episode, Lynn addresses her listeners as to why she's taking a break from the Podcast. Mental health is important, especially as a new mom and juggling too many things can quickly add up. The load of being a new mom, studying full-time while starting a business and knowing when to take a break. You can keep following …
 
I've been listening to more music in 2021 compared to recent years, so I had to jump in and share my thoughts on Mac Miller's Faces and Wale's Floarin II. But I lead off things with a fun ride through Nas' discography that sees me steal The Source's mic rating system while calling them irrelevant, and ends with my thoughts on King's Disease II.…
 
Joanna and Jenny wrap up their creepy storytelling session by discussing the Latin American boogeyman, debunking Puerto Rico's famous cryptozoology creature, and doing a historical dive into the meaning behind Mexico's legendary infanticidal crying lady.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
Inspired by the Powwow dance course she just started, Lynn shares some of her knowledge on Powwows in hopes that everyone attends one. Powwows are held all over this continent, on and off reservations and are open for everyone to attend whether Indigenous or not. In this episode, you'll learn about the layout of the grounds, the proper etiquette wh…
 
Joanna and Jenny tell each other scary stories from across Latin America, including El Silbón, El Sombrerón, La Sayona, La Planchada, and try to figure out what they say about our culture.โดย Jenny Lorenzo, Joanna Hausmann
 
Lynn speaks with Sarah Huerta Well who is Mexican America, a mother of a 7 month old baby girl who's father is from Tanzania. Sarah shares how they are passing down their Mexican and Tanzanian cultures and languages and also speaks about their crazy journey through long distance relationship and K-1 Visa application (i’m talking xenophobia, jail ti…
 
Jenny and Joanna try to answer a listener’s question about how to make new friends, discuss the differences between childhood and adult friendships, as well as how to avoid, and let go of, toxic people in your life.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
“For years I was referring to myself as a Swiss Army Knife of talent,” says Jennica McCleary. Artists often say, “and then one thing led to another,” but what does that mean? Jennica McCleary is a Bette Midler impersonator based in Orland, Florida. Her incredible story of how she became Walt Disney World’s go-to Winnifred Sanderson is an inspiratio…
 
Lynn finally made it to an orchard this week and got to feed some goats!She’s also knee-deep in studying to become a Gentle Sleep Coach to help parents sleep train their child that supports a secure attachment. She will need 3 families who are interested in sleep training their child during her course in order to be certified and these will be free…
 
Joanna welcomes Afro-Latino writer/actor Johnathan Fernandez (Fox's LETHAL WEAPON; HBO Max's GOSSIP GIRL) as they discuss acting, auditions, not being considered for Latinx roles, and why colonialism and colorism in Latin America has made representation in mainstream media so difficult.โดย Johnathan Fernandez, Joanna Hausmann
 
As if Lynn didn't have enough on her hands with a baby, pets, a podcast and renovations; she's now enrolled in the Gentle Sleep Coach Certification by the Sleep Lady. If you, or someone you know is looking for help with their child's sleep (must be over 6 mts old), reach out to Lynn as she will be picking 3 families to coach sometime in October-Nov…
 
Jenny welcomes disability activist Annie Segarra as they discuss the added challenges of having ambulatory and invisible disabilities, and what it's like when people on the street, your family and even doctors don't believe you're disabled.โดย Pitaya Entertainment
 
What’s it like to open the first new musical post Broadway shut down? Ben Fankhauser and Alex Wyse have come together to create A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet, a new musical playing Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theatre in NYC. “The amount of time that you have is the correct amount of time,” Fankhauser says. “That idea that like, ‘Ugh -- if I only…
 
Ever wonder why the Indigenous people of North America are still refered to as "Indians" by the government and where that comes from? Not sure what term to use when describing Indigenous people? Confused why some terms are considered offensive? Lynn goes over all of this in this week's episode. Follow on Instagram @themixedmamalife or contact on em…
 
Joanna and Jenny compare notes on their ADHD diagnoses, the differences between being diagnosed as a child versus as an adult, how it specifically affects women, and whether it can be a superpower.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
Writer, director, actor and secret tattoo artist Justin Chon dropped by the Hyphen in Hollywood podcast to discuss his latest film, BLUE BAYOU, which hit theaters Friday, 9/17. We discussed the timely and resonant themes his films address and the power film has in operating as a vehicle for urgent social change.…
 
Lynn gives an overview of her busy week as she applied to be in a commercial - (find out if she got it) and was also a guest on @thisfamilytree podcast which was a lot of fun! Keep an eye out on @themixedmamlife Instagram account to see when the episode gets launched. In this week’s episode Lynn explains what land back actually means and how land o…
 
Jenny and Joanna discuss what it takes to make a living being a creator on the internet while dealing with unreasonable followers and the demand of the digital platforms.โดย Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
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