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  • Dean Kandi Turley Ames talks with social work faculty member Dr. Darci Graves and MSW student Kiesha Ade about the online social work degree options offered through ISU.
  • Elle and Henry discuss the only ways in which they will eat tomatoes. Henry has an internal conflict and explains why he doesn’t trust people with two first names. And Elle gets closer to figuring out what “sang” really means. In an episode that celebrates women in music, this installment of SYFO is filled with powerful female voices from the past and the present.
  • Whether you’re kicking your feet up to relax or getting up to dance, these songs can make you happy. Elle reminisces about some of her old college memories and the 1998 version of The Parent Trap. Henry tells some stories about meeting Stevie Wonder. And Elle finds out that Corinne Bailey Rae is British.
  • Elle and Henry discuss the weather, as well as some groovy tunes that would be good to listen to at dinner or while driving. They also discuss their love for India Arie. Elle tells a story about coffee and Henry gets nostalgic about growing up in the 70’s.
  • Don’t Call it Jazz is happy to promote the upcoming Shade Grove Music Camp, an incredible music festival, and an important staple of the Pocatello music scene. Jon is joined by Chris Williams, one of the organizers of Shady Grove, to talk about the festival and listen through a playlist of some of the featured artists.
  • Dr. Henry Evans has curated a wonderful playlist bringing us listeners back to the roots of reggae to foster thought and contemplation.
  • It's time for summer blockbusters, including a new Indiana Jones movie and another installment of Mission: Impossible. And if you want a more intimate movie experience, we've got a couple of documentaries to talk about.
  • The very first episode of “Sang Your Face Off!” The games have begun! Listen as Elle and Henry talk about whether or not people who were born after 1979 can actually “sang” (as Henry puts it). From Joss Stone to Joy Oladokun, this first installment is filled with soul.
  • Join Idaho Matters as we learn about the art of belly dancing and Arabic culture!
  • Idaho Matters sat down for a little bit of advice with New York Times Bestselling author Kevin Kelly.