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We’re Damir Marusic and Shadi Hamid. We live in Washington DC and have been friends for a while. One of us works at a magazine, another thinks in a tank. The idea behind the podcast is to try out ideas in the hope of getting considered push-back—in real-time. We talk politics, ideas, culture, and current events. Civil discussion, maybe even a bit odd. But hopefully fun.
 
Edited by bestselling, award-winning anthologist John Joseph Adams, NIGHTMARE is a digital magazine of horror and dark fantasy. In its pages, you will find all kinds of horror and dark fantasy, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. Every month NIGHTMARE will bring you a mix of original fiction and reprints, and featuring a variety of authors: from the bestsellers and award-winners you already know to the best new voices you haven't heard of yet. When ...
 
Matthew and Drew are best friends who share a passion for tattoos, travel and hair. They’re both professional hairstylists who have worked at fashion weeks around the world, styled some of the biggest celebrities in Hollywood and had their work featured in countless magazines. But both their careers began unconventionally- they began cutting their own hair in their teens, then became college athletes who decided to follow their true passion- styling hair. Their work and adventures have taken ...
 
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Damir and Shadi return to a familiar topic, but this time with a twist. Damir manages to sound like an optimist. He argues that the fad of wokeness will collapse under the weight of its own contradictions, while Shadi thinks it's probably too late. They also discuss whether justice is possible without God, the rather odd fact that Shadi's first aca…
 
The new house had a lot of mirrors in it. Not, like, a freakish number---just more mirrors than I’d ever had before. They were in the usual places: bathrooms, closet doors, a nice-full length in the foyer so you could check your coat and shoes. But they were on the back of every door: bathroom doors, bedroom doors, even the odd little door that top…
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Dax Shepard is an actor, comedian and podcaster. You know him from PUNK’d, CHIPS, Parenthood, Without a Paddle, Hit and Run and his smash hit podcast “Armchair Expert”. We start season 2 off with a bang... specifically talking bangs, family and friends makeovers, and year book hair cuts gone wrong. Learn how from a young …
 
Us Weekly shares all the details about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's steamy night out in L.A. and how their relationship is heating up. We look into the troubles Matthew Perry is facing and what is going on with his engagement.由Us Weekly
 
“What fascinates and terrifies us about the Roman Empire is not that it finally went smash,” W. H. Auden once wrote, but rather that “it managed to last for four centuries without creativity, warmth, or hope.” In his latest book, The Decadent Society, Ross Douthat suggests contemporary America may be in a similar spot. He joined Shadi and Damir to …
 
You can still play The Oregon Trail on Apple Arcade, but the modern version of this iconic educational game has gotten an upgrade as part of an effort to more accurately depict the times, and the people along the trail – Native Americans in particular. This story comes to us from reporter Anna King who first reported this story for Northwest News N…
 
Us Weekly gives all the details about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's lengthy divorce as the pair reach a temporary custody agreement, Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer talk about their on-set 'Friends' romance and details of Ariana Grande's wedding.由Us Weekly
 
An Iranian-born immigrant, Sohrab Ahmari has become one of America's most prominent and controversial Catholic commentators. His new book, The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos, asks us to rethink our understanding of freedom and choice—and the fact that we have too much of it. What does it mean to be a "politi…
 
What do Shadi and Damir's divergent responses to the Gaza crisis tell us about questions of morality, idealism, and power? Damir presses Shadi on his recent commentary about Israel's treatment of the Palestinians—and the line between analysis and polemics. Shadi argues the Middle East still matters—and that it's in America's national interest to be…
 
Us Weekly gives all the details about Shanna Moakler’s comments on Kourtney and Kim Kardashian and her reaction to mom-shaming from her daughter, Alabama. Plus, we dive into how many partnerships Chrissy Teigen has lost because of online bullying.由Us Weekly
 
“It’s a cabbit.” He wiggles his fingers through the grille of the hard plastic kennel. He is John or Tim, or maybe Jim: some name that means random white guy at a Midwestern college. It’s not that I don’t care. I just can’t quite remember. Through one of the air holes, I glimpse something that swirls, dark and shining, like a galaxy. It speaks of h…
 
An encore presentation of NW NERD's feature story on the Oregon Trail video game that was the highlight of many young students' school day in the 1980s and 1990s. NW NERD talks with Don Rawitsch, the creator of the educational video game,. It was a rocky road over many years before The Oregon Trail was a pop culture icon. Ensign Brandon Haddix and …
 
Damir returns to the office and is surprised by how it feels. Shadi marvels at the precipitous decline of outrage—but wonders if our collective tuning out of politics might have drawbacks. And why have so many corporations gone woke? All this and more on this week's episode of Wisdom of Crowds. Required Reading: "Tema Okun's 'White Supremacy Cultur…
 
Us Weekly looks at the recent meetups between Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, formerly #Bennifer, and reveals what’s really happening behind closed doors. Plus, Billie Eilish rocked a strong new look for British 'Vogue' and Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s relationship really heats up!由Us Weekly
 
What is the connection between Star Trek and journalism? NW NERD presents a special roundtable discussion with three award-winning journalists who happen to be major Star Trek fans. Essex Porter, Heather Bosch, and Jeff Pohjola join Dyer for a chat about their love of Star Trek, and how it can relate to their industry. Support the show (https://www…
 
You’re sitting on a couch in a home that’s not yours. On the floor in front of you are three young children---two boys and a girl---playing with toys. In the corner of the room is a sparsely-decorated Christmas tree. On the wall to the left of the tree hangs a flatscreen television displaying images of the kids’ dead father. He looks at you, smiles…
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Matthew and Drew met over a decade ago in Madrid working on a L’Oréal Professional international event. They didn’t know it yet, but they were destined to be soul mates. Their next adventure was in Las Vegas for a hair show and they had to share a room for 4 days. They were both going to life changing situations at the sa…
 
The liberal idea arose partly as a response to the religious wars of 17th-century Europe. Could something similar occur in the Islamic world today? Mustafa Akyol thinks so—and his new book Reopening Muslim Minds offers a fascinating and forthright case for reinterpreting Islamic history and revisiting Islamic law. Mustafa joined Shadi and Damir to …
 
Us Weekly looks at all of the details surrounding Ronnie Ortiz-Magro’s arrest for domestic violence and what this means for custody of his daughter. Plus, we dive into what Britney Spears will say in her upcoming court appearance and look at Queen Elizabeth’s first public appearance back since Prince Philip’s funeral.…
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Anthony Rinaldi is the co-owner of Rinaldi Salon & Spa in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. He began sweeping the floors and working at his parents’ salon at the age of 8. His salon has had massive success with a clientele base with deep loyalty, and the salon is considered one of the top salons in Canada. Anthony’s parents Nick a…
 
Berlin-based journalist Elisabeth Zerofsky joins Shadi and Damir to talk about how Europeans are coping with the pandemic. What's it like living under an actual lockdown? Is Brexit vindicated? Does Europe now feel America envy? And would Damir make an effective demagogue? The answers to all these questions and more, answered in just over an hour. R…
 
Us Weekly looks at all of the details surrounding Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin's split and how infidelity was the root of the breakup. Plus, we dive into Demi Lovato attacking a froyo shop for having sugar-free options and what Angelina Jolie said publicly about her custody battle with Brad Pitt.由Us Weekly
 
To mark the first day of vacation, Jeff Caldwell, extremely jet lagged after a day of travel and two nights of little sleep, took a surfing lesson and broke his big toe by jumping off the board straight onto shallow reef. Rather than spend hours in a waiting room, he returned to their rental house, found an emergency medical kit, taped his big toe …
 
When the pandemic first struck in 2020, Funko was already in a bit of a funk. But the company, and its fans, learned to adapt over a rocky year. This is the story of how Funko (and its fans, and retail shops) faced the pandemic. What it learned and how it adapted may change things for this Northwest-based fandom company. Also featuring Pixie Bomber…
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Matthew and Drew both met Anh in Paris working for L’Oréal, and instantly began a great friendship. Since then, they have travelled all around the world teaching internationally together. Anh is a celebrity hairstylist based in los Angeles California, where he owns a salon, started a very successful education system calle…
 
The journalist, author, and firebrand Glenn Greenwald joins Shadi and Damir for a two-part episode ranging from Glenn's investigative work in Brazil to his increasingly contentious relationship with the liberal establishment in America. In part one, Glenn talks about the corruption case at the center of his new book, why respectable middle-class pe…
 
Us Weekly looks at all of the details surrounding Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez calling off their engagement, including what factors lead to the split. Plus, we dive into Colton Underwood’s coming out story.由Us Weekly
 
Damir and Shadi pull back the curtain on the thought process behind Damir's latest essay. The central question: If Europe's social democracies offer far more support to their citizens, why has America weathered both the Great Recession and Covid-19 pandemic better than the European Union? Required Reading: "Selfishness and American Resilience," by …
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Kathleen Newman-Bremang is the senior editor for Refinery 29, tv host, and freelance television producer. She has been a close friend of Matthew’s for over 10 years and actually helped Matthew land his job as the hair expert on CTV’s THE SOCIAL, which she produced for many years. Today we talk about her hair journey as a …
 
My reasons were selfish, but I hoped the dinner guest would succeed. She had made an effort to be presentable, even though that only amounted to plaiting her hair into a few coarse braids and shaking some of the filth from her clothes before she stepped out of the lightless passageway and into our home. But small actions carry great weight in the M…
 
The Strands That Bind Us – Kara Liebowitz, is a native New Yorker, an up and coming competitive boxer, florist, craftswoman, and cancer survivor. We speak about the obvious and not so obvious challenges with losing your hair in the treatment process and her words of advice for future treatment goers and their loved ones. From being in an aggressive…
 
Shadi and Damir discuss America's cratering religious affiliation and church attendance, and if the U.S. is losing any unifying culture it once had. Required Reading: “Church membership in the U.S. has fallen below the majority for the first time in nearly a century,” by Sarah Pulliam Bailey (The Washington Post) “America Without God,” by Shadi Ham…
 
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