Lu Anne Stephens

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Recent Pieces from Lu Anne Stephens

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If I Were To Talk About The Subjunctive (29:00)
From: KMUW

Some of us (Fletcher) can never keep straight what, exactly, the subjunctive is, so fortunately Kathy and Ross are here to remind us.
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New Music From Lalah Hathaway (58:57)
From: KMUW

This week, new music by the talented Lalah Hathaway. Also, the celebration continues during Stevie Wonder month. We’ll hear from filmmaker David Parks, son of famed ...
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Kicking off Stevie Wonder Month! (58:58)
From: KMUW

It’s Stevie Wonder Month on Soulsations! We celebrate the legendary musician who turns 74 on May 13th. We’ll enjoy his music and stories about him all month long. Also hear a ...
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"Everlasting" with Jody Watley (59:27)
From: KMUW

Jody Watley, former member of the hit 70’s group Shalamar, has out a new single, “Everlasting." We’ll also enjoy a new feel good gospel tune "Windows” from Pastor, Mike Jr., ...
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Escher Sentences (And Other Nice Ways of Saying Nothing) (29:00)
From: KMUW

We'll look at phrases that seem at first glance to mean something, but are actually complete nonsense.
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Got To Get You Into My Life (59:28)
From: KMUW

We'll be jamming to Yuna's single, "Relax Your Mind," plus grooves from Barry White, Ashford & Simpson and a "Thank you" gospel tune from Ledisi. KMUW's own Marlene Ryan ...
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Return of the Confusables (29:00)
From: KMUW

We get back to one of our favorite topics: words that sound a lot like other words but that mean totally different things.
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Refreshing New Soul Music from Cornell C.C. Carter (59:25)
From: KMUW

There's some refreshing new soul music, “The Change," by R&B artist, Cornell C.C. Carter, on the show this week. We celebrate soul artist and prolific songwriter, Frankie ...
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Pretending to be Proper (29:00)
From: KMUW

We look at some "rules" of the language that were mostly just made up so people could feel like they were speaking proper English.
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Sticky, Tricky Grammar Moments (29:00)
From: KMUW

We run through some particularly confusing grammar mistakes and how sometimes, we might think we’re saying one thing when we’re really saying another.