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Ark Republic News updates you on Democratic primaries, Black History Month and discusses economic empowerment, love languages and courtship for Valentine’s Day | Listen

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Our news coverage reports how you can involve yourself in Black History Month and the latest politics while checking the temperature of the world in the global health crises. As well, we discuss how to obtain economic freedom, and how to love up on your honey dip for Black Love Day and Valentine’s Day with guests.

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Ark Republic launches news podcast: Inaugural shows covers coronavirus, the Super Bowl, politics and the US Census

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We have a news podcast. Yay!

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Blake Griffin considered as a Hall of Famer; Lisa Leslie gets Staple’s Center statue, the Joe Johnson Trade, Lonzo Ball, Antonio Brown and more | Sports Talk with Chase Matthews Podcast

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In the second podcast, ‘Sports Talk with Chase Matthews’, Hall of Fame rumors for Blake Griffin, while WNBA legend Lisa Leslie gets a statue in the front of the Staple Center. The larger topic of the day is athletes and self-esteem.

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From sports performance enhancing drugs to Jay Z’s NFL partnership and the missed-education of college athletes | Sports Talk with Chase Matthews Podcast

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We’ve got sports. Yay! Introducing, “Sports Talk with Chase Matthews,” a podcast by budding sports journalist, Chase Matthews who invites fans of sports and athletes to speak on the intersections of the game, the politics and social-cultural issues.

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The Night Drive is Sexy AF with Numa Perrier of Showtime’s ‘SMILF’

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With “Sak Pase, Sexy?” as it’s titled, this week’s Night Drive revs up to talk all about SMILF, a new Showtime comedy that serves as an acronym for single mom I’d like to fuck. In this joyride, Nobi and Embassy try their best to make the ‘F’ bomb more “PG” rated, but as much as they finagle the word, the brilliance of this thought provoking series remains.

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