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Episode 51: Money Tree. When Axton Betz-Hamilton was 11 years old, her parents' identities were stolen. At that time, in the early 90s, consumer protection services for identity theft victims were basically non-existent. So the family dealt with the consequences as best they could. But then when Axton got to college, she realized that her identity had been stolen as well. Her credit score was in the lowest 2%. As she was working to restore her credit, she inadvertently discovered who had stolen the family's identity. It would change everything forever. View the photograph Axton describes here. If you live in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Durham, Philadelphia, Anaheim, Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Iowa City, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, or Toronto. . . come see us tell all new stories live! Learn more at http://thisiscriminal.com/live/. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
Case 60: Jonestown (Part 3). [Part 3 of 3] You may think you know the story, but do you… This is the chilling conclusion to Jonestown. Researched and written by Milly Raso For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-60-jonestown-part-3
#18 || The defection of a Roger Ailes warrior. "Very earlier on, Roger called me Ailes Junior. He told my dad, 'I've never met anyone more like me than Joe.'" As the protégé of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, Joe Lindsley was closer to the man who built Fox News than any Fox executive. He helped write Ailes' speeches, sat next to him at executive meetings, and went to church with his family on Sundays. What moved the ambitious twenty-something to abandon the conservative media titan? For a deeper dive into his epic odyssey, check out Joe's memoir — Fake News / True Story: www.inkshares.com/books/fake-news-true-story
Tony Blair: Centrism may be dead. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair sits down with Glenn Thrush in London to discuss the relationship between American and British politics, his close relationship with the Clintons, Brexit, and the danger of approaching politics with a closed-mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: Episode 20: Score!. Jen’s Finish-a-thon, a contest-y thingie, and Jane getting sucked into the time vortex with an incomprehensible chart. Episode 20: Score!
Rank #2: Episode 18: To Victory!. Hulk Smashing our way into the new year: Setting Goals, Achieving those goals, a review of the latest Vogue, and much much more! Episode 18: To Victory!
Rank #1: Episode 53 : Finally back. Episode 53: Listen Here! Shout outs: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/smithmks/car-hat http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Scitchr/dickensian-mice-outdoor http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MaggieH/summer-affair gorgeous! http://www.ravelry.com/projects/MaggieH/stopover Beautiful Maryjane Mucklestone pattern out of lopi. Does it itch? http://www.ravelry.com/projects/jchant/purlish http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Scitchr/citron-grand http://www.ravelry.com/projects/goldybear/mary-rebecca Looks beautiful! Off the Needles: Sally: doll named Daisy — Mary by Susan B. Anderson (with two dresses, sweater, skirt, and shawl) Duffers – felted slippers for a friend. — great pattern Susan: Agnes by Melissa LaBarre; Socks using Susan B. Anderson’s “How I make my Socks” pattern and Regia Design line by Arne and Carlos; Starshower by Hilary Smith Callis ; From Way Back , a cardigan designed by Hanna Maciejewska using Valley Yarns Superwash DK handdyed by Madelinetosh in the RainWater colorway. On the needles: Kris: Pebble Beach shawl Sal: Hogwarts Express by Susan Ashcroft Sugared Violets, by Rose Beck Coming off the needles as in FROG: Scalloped Edge shawl Susan: Miriam by Carrie Bostick Hoge (formerly a Fall Away cardi) using lovely Madelinetosh Pashmina in the Corsage colorway; Ashburn shawl by Melanie Berg; A Certain Darkness by Sylvia BoBilvia- this is the latest JP Knit & Stitch KAL; In the Queue: Kris: Busy B Socks, Balconet Sally: Ramona cardigan sweater by Elizabeth Smith Tree Shawl from Swoon by leila Raabe (might have to modify to use the yarn i want to use.) Ben and Buddy by Susan B Anderson Agnes by Melissa Labarre Susan: Breakwater by Cecily Glowik MacDonald using Tosh Light in the Stovepipe colorway; Pure Joy, a big shawl by Joji Locatelli; Edie, a linen tank by Isabell Kraemer; and Spindrift by Helen Stewart. In The Stash: Sal: Notions bag Susan: One lovely skein of Nice & Knit Fingering in the Driftwood colorway. On The Bookshelf: Sally: Lucy Barton, by Elizabeth Strout, Funny Girl by Nick Hornby, A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens Susan: The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters; Women Crime Writers-4 Suspense Novels of the 50’s ed. by Sarah Weiman; The Dogs of Littlefield by Suzanne Berne; The Taxidermist’s Daughter by Kate Mosse. Onscreen: Shetland Hinterland Grantchester? Not all thumbs went up Learning to Drive with Patricia Clarkson, Ben Kingsley; The Lady in the Van with Maggie Smith , Alex Jennings.
Rank #2: Episode 55: Fiber Fest. Episode 55: Listen Here From our Ravelry Forum page Shout Outs: Smithmks’Robot Hat by Jane Sharp AprilShowers’ Therapy by Laura Aylor Smithmks’ Candy Corn Hats #2 & #3 by Sarah Sagaser MaggieH’s Mae Cardigan by Melissa Lebarre Off The Needles: Sal: Gray Rubens Hat Kris: Furrow Hat by Jared Flood Susan: Pure Joy by Joji Locatelli , Spring Fling by Nice and Knit On the needles: Sal: Ramona (On then Off, then Frogged, Then back on) Kris: All About That Brioche by Lisa Hannes of Malhia designs Susan: Bosco Sweater by Elizabeth Smith, Union Square Poncho/shawl by Melanie Falick, All About That Brioche, Breakwater by Cecily McGlowik MacDonald In the queue: Kris: Goldfinch shawl by Andrea Mowry Susan: Goldfinch shawl, Mae tunic by Andrea Mowry, Interpretations I book: Make Space Vera Valimaki , Southbound Shawl/Cowl by Nice & Knit Sally:Rays Coat by Nataliya Polyakov,Granito by Joji Locatelli,Annapolis Wrap by Little Church Knits, Crete by NellKnits, Niela Cowl by Julia Farwell-Clay, Inspira Cowl by Graphica Added to the Stash: Sal: 2 skeins of Valley Yarns Amherst for hats Susan: A visit to Ptown Purl , 1 skein Sueno by Hikou Purchased at the Fiber Festival: Sal: Recycled Wool Skirt by BH Upcycle Designs 2 skeins Fingering from Nice & Knit, Owl Buttons from Katrinkles, Short Knitters Pride interchangeable needle w/ 16″ cable Susan: OntheRound Everyday Fingering in the Silver Lining Tweed colorway, Nice & Knit Fingering in the Beach colorway, Nice & Knit Sport in the Wellfleet colorway. Kris: a Dirty Water Dyeworks Lucia Color Pack for On the Spice Market, a Nice & Knit Kit for their Maritime cowl, a skein of Ball and Skein Gallifrey in Silvery Moon, a skein of OntheRound Everyday Fingering in Grey Scale, a Koigu kit for fingerless mitts, and two beautiful bags — one from Third Floor Studio and the other from Madder Root. On the bookshelf: Sally Listened to: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante, Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple, The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith Read: Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith, Mercury by Margot Livesy Kris: Girl Waits With Gun by Amy Stewart Susan: Dark Places by Gillian Flynn, We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver, The Post Birthday World also by Lionel Shriver Viewing Pleasure: Poldark, Lilies (post WWI Liverpool) made for the BBC, The Fall, Black Mirror, This is Us And just an added note — we are now on Instagram — please follow us at @ladiesoftheknit
Rank #1: The Knit Shift Episode 105: Cherry Blossoms and Crochet. The Knit Shift Episode 105: Cherry Blossoms and Crochet
Rank #2: The Knit Shift Episode 104: Forgetful on Colorways. The Knit Shift Episode 104: Forgetful on Colorways
Rank #1: Knit Actually Podcast Episode 14. Episode 14 Show Notes:Welcome to the Episode 14 of the Knit Actually Podcast!· Actually Wearingo It’s finally cool enough to wear my recently finished Briquette by Alicia Plummer· Actually Finishedo My second Rose City Roller, this one using the OMG Heelo Vanilla Sockso Briquette by Alicia Plummer· Actually Working· Italk about projects I am currently working on includingo Socks for my Husband for Christmaso Vanilla Sockso More Vanilla Socks o True by Joji Locatellio My son’s Denver Broncos Scoreboard Scarfo Chevron Baby Blanket· Actually Stashedo I talk about the next installment of the Magnolia Society Yarn Clubo I talk about the Knit Picks yarn I ordered for the Scoreboard Cowl KAL and the Chevron Baby Blanket· Actually Reviewedo I review the Cooperative Press book Sock Architecture by Lara Neel. I’m planning to test a lot of the heels and toes from the book on the Rose City Rollers I’m knitting, and also on the socks I’m working on right now· Actually Attending o Dyeing Yarn Class at Fancy Tiger Crafts, October 21o Handweavers Guild of Boulder Annual Sale , November 4-8o Interweave Yarn Fest, March 31 – April 3§ List of Workshops is here. Registration is now open!I’m registered for Building your Design Career with Dora Ohrenstein and the Design Master Class with Shirley Paden § Current list of vendors is here o I’m participating in and sponsoring the Pigskin Party KAL at the Down Cellar Studio Podcasto Socktember / Socktober KALI’m hosting my first KAL! The Kate Atherley book has me inspired to knit EVEN MORE Socks. I wanted everyone to have plenty of time, so instead of just Socktober, I’m starting early in Socktember! I’ve started a chat thread on the Ravelry group, along with a thread to post your FOs. One entry per FO! Or post your FO photos on Instagram, using the hashtags #knitactuallypodcast and #kapsocktober. I have 3 sock patterns published on Ravelry, so if you want to knit any of those socks use coupon code SOCKTOBER for $2.00 off! o I have some AMAZING sponsors lined up who are donating some lovely prizes! § Sarah from Ewe Sew and Sew is donating one of her medium project bags § Kaitie from mintrain have donated a beautiful skein of yarn in her Christmas Bobbles colorway. She has also created a coupon code for free shipping, SOCKTOBER § Ann and Jolane from Two Sisters Yarn Company have donated a skein of their yarn in the Wine Country colorway § Melanie from KnitStitch Yarn has offered a coupon code for 10% off and free domestic shipping. The code is KNITACT10§ Jackie from Luna Grey Fiber Arts has offered a skein of her Celeste Sock Yarn in the Techno colorway § Katy from ModularModular is donating one of her great project bags§ Cooperative Press is donating two electronic copies of their great sock books, Big Foot Knits by Andi Smith and Sock Architecture by Lara Neel § Ashley from Fiber Fan Girl is donating a skein of sock yarn§ Shari from Peepaloo Fibers is donating two $8 credits to her shopo Thank you SO MUCH to all our generous sponsors!· Knit Knosho I’m FINALLY ready to start to share some details for the local event I’ve been planning. Knit Knosh will be a food, wine and yarn tasting, on January 22, 2016 at 1 pm. I’m working to finalize the location, and the website will be up this week. I’m EXTREMELY excited to announce that Bijou Basin Ranch and MJ Yarns will both be participating at the event! · Thank you for listening!!!!
Rank #2: Knit Actually Podcast Episode 17. Episode 17 Show Notes:Welcome to the Episode 17 of the Knit Actually Podcast!· Actually Working· Italk about projects I am currently working on includingo My son’s Denver Broncos Scoreboard Scarfo Vanilla Sockso Baley Sweater for my son · Actually Stashedo I visited Purl Soho, but didn’t make it to Knitty City or Downtown Knitso I talk about the Cooper Hewitt Museum· Actually Attendingo Handweavers Guild of Boulder Annual Sale , November 4-8o Interweave Yarn Fest, March 31 – April 3§ List of Workshops is here. Registration is now open!I’m registered for Building your Design Career with Dora Ohrenstein and the Design Master Class with Shirley Paden § Current list of vendors is here o I’m participating in and sponsoring the Pigskin Party KAL at the Down Cellar Studio Podcasto Socktember / Socktober KALI’m hosting my first KAL! The Kate Atherley book has me inspired to knit EVEN MORE Socks. I wanted everyone to have plenty of time, so instead of just Socktober, I’m starting early in Socktember! I’ve started a chat thread on the Ravelry group, along with a thread to post your FOs. One entry per FO! Or post your FO photos on Instagram, using the hashtags #knitactuallypodcast and #kapsocktober. I have 3 sock patterns published on Ravelry, so if you want to knit any of those socks use coupon code SOCKTOBER for $2.00 off! o I have some AMAZING sponsors lined up who are donating some lovely prizes! § Sarah from Ewe Sew and Sew is donating one of her medium project bags§ Kaitie from mintrain have donated a beautiful skein of yarn in her Christmas Bobbles colorway. She has also created a coupon code for free shipping, SOCKTOBER§ Ann and Jolane from Two Sisters Yarn Company have donated a skein of their yarn in the Wine Country colorway§ Melanie from KnitStitch Yarn has offered a coupon code for 10% off and free domestic shipping. The code is KNITACT10§ Jackie from Luna Grey Fiber Arts has offered a skein of her Celeste Sock Yarn in the Techno colorway§ Katy from ModularModular is donating one of her great project bags§ Cooperative Press is donating two electronic copies of their great sock books, Big Foot Knits by Andi Smith and Sock Architecture by Lara Neel § Ashley from Fiber Fan Girl is donating a skein of sock yarn§ Shari from Peepaloo Fibers is donating two $8 credits to her shopo Thank you SO MUCH to all our generous sponsors!· Knit Knosho Knit Knosh will be a food, wine and yarn tasting, on January 23, 2016 at 1 pm. I’m excited to announce that the event will take place at Samples World Bistro I’m EXTREMELY excited to announce the participating yarn companies:o Bijou Basin Rancho MJ Yarns o Knerdo Skeindalous· Actually Reviewedo I review the Cooperative Press book Boys Knits by Katya Frankel§ I’m excited to have the opportunity to give away a copy of this great book. Post to the Ravelry Group which pattern you would knit, and for who, before November 30 for your chance to win the book! o Thank you for listening!!!!
Rank #1: Episode 35 – For Love of the Yarn. Welcome to our Episode 35 of our podcast in which we talked about . . . * A Cardigan for Arwen * Shawl That Jazz * Finished knits for my sister (dish towel, baby blanket) * Starting a “Learn to Knit class” w/Tribbles In the second segment we went with Tammy to Stitches Midwest . . . * Webs * Buffalo Gold * Tess Designer Yarns * Mackintosh * Ms. Babs We closed the podcast by . . . * Sharing Knitting and the Word from John 15:13-17 – Love one another * A prayer for the many health-related concerns of our listeners and friends, peace, strength, and wisdom Music you heard. . . Turkish Delight – David Crowder Band Alive Again – Matt Maher Hosanna – Starfield The Lost Get Found – Britt Nicole Everlasting Light – Ryan Farish Leave your comments below, or e-mail us here. Stay tuned for Episode 36!
Rank #2: Episode 34 – Never Met a Stranger. Welcome to our Episode 34 of our podcast in which we talked about . . . * (Frogged) Clapotis * Dishcloths and travel knitting * Brooks Farm Primero * Finished Endpaper mitts * Finished Simple Yet Effective Shawl by Laura Chau * Good Luck Cowl * Two hearts as one dish cloth and hand towel and tribble set * Socks for Jerry * A Cardigan for Arwen * Shawl That Jazz In the second segment we went with Tammy to the Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair . . . We closed the podcast by . . . * Sharing Knitting and the Word from 3 John 1:5-8 Being faithful for the sake of Christ * A prayer for the many health-related concerns of our listeners and friends, peace, strength, and wisdom Music you heard. . . Turkish Delight – David Crowder Band What Matters Most – Paul Coleman Otherside – Third Day Leave your comments below, or e-mail us here. Stay tuned for Episode 35!
Rank #1: One Thing Leads to Another. Sometimes I get carried away
Rank #2: SSK 2018.
Rank #1: Episode 251: I Made a Knitter!. Mom and Daughter Knitting Videocast, with a Nerdy Twist
Rank #2: Episode 249: You Need to Make Some Non-Goth Friends. Mom and Daughter Knitting Videocast, with a Nerdy Twist
Rank #1: Episode 84 - Boring Knitting.
Rank #2: Episode 80 - Single Minded.
Rank #1: Ep 135 - Something about Small Balls. Mostly spinning. Some knitting. GenCon recap and two new board games I love. Project notes available upon request.
Rank #2: Ep 133 - Magic Spinning. Finished:Samen by Steven West in Malabrigo Silkpaca Lace colorways Pearl, Lettuce, Frank Ochre, Olive and IndiecitaShard by Romi Hill in Voice of Reason on Twinkle Sock from Another Crafty GirlGodrick's Hollow club colorway from Into the WhirledKnit Spin Farm battIn Progress:Socks from Gales Art Sock BlankNight at the Theatre by Lucia Pane in Leading Men Fiber Arts Soliloquy gradient, colorway SaffronWee Chickadee by Ysolda Teague in Louet Gems Cattywampus club colorway from Into the WhirledKSF Shop - notecards available. Weekly updates starting June 23
Rank #1: Episode 111 - Sweater and Mini Yarn Haul.
Rank #2: 2019 Knits Up Podcast Update.
Rank #1: Show 25: Sweet City Woman. Geezing, Cheese Whiz and Mango Martinis
Rank #2: Show 29: Ain't It Fresh (Oregon). Sock Summit 2011 Meet-up, Old Storyteller makes an appearance, and Dread Stocking Randall?
Rank #1: Episode 3: The Knitted Gift. Thank you to Jasmin and GiGi from knit more girls podcast for mentioning us on their podcast.. Also, thank you to Twinset Ellen and Twinset Jan for visiting our group on ravelry! We have a 100 followers on Facebook! 1000+ downloads! Thank you to Jeremy Troski, Jeremy Troski Art and Design and Jeff Dean Dillener for our music! Master Status:(5:06) We received the program and update through The knitting guild association. We read through the instructions. Alicia and Natalie discuss feelings and anticipation to start the program. Natalie developed a solid plan. Master Plan: (10:04) Natalie and Lish are going to start blocking research.The are going to start a binder to organize information. They will complete their first two swatches. In our hands: (12:47) Alicia is currently working on: 1. Traveling Woman (#6) by Liz AbinanteShe abandoned her road map and is going to just keep knitting! She discusses some plans for next projects. Natalie is currently working on: 1.Alicia's wedding shawl Aphrodite by Sivia Harding using Juniper Moon Farm Findley in this lovely pale blue wedding shawl 2. Cast on an ankle sock using ONline Supersocke Cotton Beach Color improvised pattern and using fish lips kiss heel 3. Planning for SPAKAL sweater. SPAKAL( Spin a-long Knit-a-long) with the Knitmoregirls Podcast. Planning to use locks she cleaned from a 3.5 lb ½ corriedale fleece she purchased at SAFF in 2009 from a farm in NY. Master Pieces: (12:58) Alicia finished up traveling woman shawl #5. Natalie finished tubed socks for the girls out of Patons Kroy sock yarn in Blue Striped Ragg leftovers. She also finished a crown for Maria Circlet by Dani Sunshine in Cascade 220 sport in Purple Hyacinth (short rows and bobbles) Simply Selfie: (23:35) Alicia discusses bridal shower planning. Natalie shares Maria's party and anticipates a hectic work week. Raise your Hand: (31:27) This week we ask, what's you goto gift pattern? For baby? For adult? Natalie’s go to pattern for babies is booties EviePants All in One Booties by Marilyn Porter Whimsical Rib Wrap Booties by Diane Hall and Aviatrix hat by Justine Turner She usually uses simple hat for adults. Alicia loves theKnit Hat for Everyone! by Kathy North, The Sunlight Shawl for Sad People by Sylvia Bo Bilvia, and the Baby Boy 5-Hour Sweater by Gail Bable Happy Tails: (38:44) Stephanie Perez, of Columbus, OH, shares PJ’s adoption journey. Comfort zone: (41:12) Natalie loves the moment she gets home to two little girls running over to get hugs. Alicia treated herself to PIZZA from Gem City Pizzaand hit the Goodwill jackpot. You can email us at email@example.com. Alicia is knottyknitter17 on Ravelry, Twitter, Instagram, Natalie can be found on twitter, Instagram, plurk, everlapse, and ravelry as barknknit.
Rank #2: S3E1: Lets do this. Welcome to the Mastering the Knits podcast! Natalie starts off this episode with some announcements and extras! Giveaway (1:06) Zip-Top Bag from RainStorm Studios listen to the episode to learn how to enter. Master Status (2:33) Natalie talks about where she is at and how she is stalled on Level 1 but is inspired by being back to podcasting. In our hands(3:55) Autumnal Cardigan by Hannah Fettig using mods from sarie26 using MissBabs Katahdin in Amethyst. recipe of the month :: align mitts by Courtney Spainhower using Rock and String Creations in her fairies garden colorway. Made matching leg warmers. Coziest Memory blanket by Kemper Wray and explained how she’s picking yarns. Spinning Treadle Hanspun Yarns tiddlybits using Pilar, Majacraft Pioneer spinning wheel. Masterpieces (10:35) Barnraising Quilt by Shelley Mackie & Larissa Brown using lots of sock scraps and border using Cascade Heritage Silk in black. On the Road (12:26) Natalie talks about her trip to Into the Wool Fiber Retreat Sept 20-23, 2018 in Crossville, TN hosted by Dana of Unwind Yarn company and Tiffany from TheProjectBag and talks about Beth aka LikesPudding. She talks about finding inspiration from many attendees such as Mary Kinoknits podcast/designer, Lisa of Paper Daisy Creations and Stephanie from Tellybean Knits. Raise my hand (15:54) Natalie talks about where have I been and why am I back. She mentions Shaklee. Talks about Rachel Hollis, her book Girl, Wash Your Face and #last90days. Comfort zone (25:56) Natalie talks about her morning routine. Thank you for joining us for series 3 episode 1 of Mastering the Knits. You can find show notes at masteringtheknitspodcast.com or on our Ravelry group Mastering the Knits Podcast. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow me on twitter at @MtKnitsPodcast and Instagram as @masteringtheknits
Rank #1: Episode 96 I’m American And My Tension Sucks. Hello and welcome to the Hudson Valley Knits Podcast! I am Amy and I am podcasting today from my home in the Hudson Valley in NY state. I have a couple of finished projects to show you and a little progress on some WIPs. Mostly what I talk about during this podcast is stranded colorwork […]
Rank #2: Episode 95 Joyfully Knitting. Hello and welcome to the Hudson Valley Knits Podcast! I am so happy you have come to join me here in the Hudson Valley in NY. Today I am podcasting at Senasqua Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. It is a gray and dreary day so not much of a view. Thanks to the Olympics I have […]
Rank #1: Talking About Books. In particular talking about A Biblical Walk Through the Mass, which explains the Catholic mass and focuses on the changes coming soon, and Rooms, which is kind of Christian mystery fiction and is lots of fun. I also talk about my knitting padawan, Janice, and bemoan the loss of Remnants. addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fknitspirit.com%2Fkswordpress%2F%3Fp%3D228'; addthis_title = 'Talking+About+Books'; addthis_pub = '';
Rank #2: Hannukah. In this episode I talk about Hannukah and make fun of latkes. The crochet club I mention is here. addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fknitspirit.com%2Fkswordpress%2F%3Fp%3D226'; addthis_title = 'Hannukah'; addthis_pub = '';
Rank #1: Lucy Neatby, Designer & World Traveler. Our seventh podcast is with the unparalleled and very colorful Lucy Neaby.I love Lucy. One of the first knitting classes I took was with Lucy at Stitches back in 2001, and I've loved her since then! It's an extraordinary thing that I feel I can call her a friend - but she's so darned friendly that it's EASY to love her.
Rank #2: Dora Ohrenstein, Crochet Designer & Soprano, talks with Annie. Our sixth podcast is with a wonderful crocheter, voice teacher, singer & designer, Dora Ohrenstein. Dora started the influential website Crochet Insider where you can find information on her patterns, classes, blog and even a video of Dora performing as a soloist with the Philip Glass ensemble!