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"Cry No More." We talk to Danielle on her way to the awards

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Segment 2, (beginning at 36:43): A local blues artist is up for her first Grammy.

Gambling often conjures up images of casinos, slot machines, and sports betting. But as our guests point out, gambling isn't all fun and games — it can also turn into addiction. One that can have an even greater impact on communities of color.

In December, Kansas City-based artist Danielle Nicole found out she was nominated for a Grammy for Contemporary Blues Album for her second solo project, "Cry No More." We talk to Danielle on her way to the awards show in Los Angeles, where she'll find out if she's won her first Grammy on Sunday night. 

Kevin Bost, former gabbling addict

, editor for Sharing America, St. Louis Public Radio



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Segment 1: The dark side of gambling.

Timothy Fong, professor of addiction psychiatry and co-director, UCLA Gambling Studies Program


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