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  • 00:57

    Corrales Growers Market, Composting Network in LA, SOIL info, Farm to Table NM

    in Gardening

    Greetings! Our Guests this week:


    1)  The Corrales Growers Market in New Mexico opens for the Spring Season


    2)  The Composting Network in Louisiana, which helps with MS, FL, and AL.


    3)  SOIL and what you need to know.  Test your SOIL before starting your Community Garden and home Garden. A Ohio State University Professor helps with knowledge.


    4)  What is New Mexico doing and lets hear about a National Food Network.  And,  hear about the Farm to Table program goin on in New Mexico. 


    Thanks!


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenradioshow@gmail.com


    Books and AudioBooks:   Community Garden Revolution, and,


                                             Community Garden Revolution Notes!


    www.natesamericanmadestore.com  for 10% OFF Discount on Garden Equipment and Tools. Put in the promo code "comgar15" at checkout.  Shop!


    www.tropiflora.com  for the BEST in Tropical plants. They ship worldwide.  Ask about 10% off on your first ONLINE order.  Shop!


    Great Catalogs:  R. H. Shumways, Totally Tomatoes, HPS Catalog, McClure & Zimmerman, Vermont Bean Seed Co. Home Garden Catalog, and, the Roots and Rhizomes Catalog.  Order online or call. 


    *****If you are interested in being a Radio Show Sponsor for "Community Garden" please email:  communitygardenradioshow@gmail.com and I can send you information. 


    Thanks!  


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  • 00:31

    Live Your Music - Margaux Joy DeNador and Guest Brett Boyd 04/22/15

    in Lifestyle

    Brett Boyd is my guest for 04/22/15.


    Brett Boyd is an Independent Music Professional who works as a guitarist, lyricist, composer, producer, and educator.  He has collaborated with a wide range of artists including members of the bands Pearl Jam and Sound Garden in genres ranging from world music to punk rock, acoustic rock, and electronica.

    After graduating from college with a BA in English, Brett moved to Tokyo, Japan where he began his music career by working for EMI Music Publishing Japan and Virgin Music Japan and helped to administer one of the world’s most vital music catalogs which includes songs recorded by Carol King, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Guns n’ Roses, and Metallica, to name a few.

    Brett continued to live and work in Japan until the birth of his first son Max, then moved back to Northern California and started his music school, Guitar School Rocks, which offers music education and artist development to students of all ages and ability levels.

    Brett lives in Mill Valley, California with his wife and two boys and is dedicated to helping others to enjoy the benefits of both listening to and making music.

    I'll be playing a really cool song titled Fallen by Brett Boyd and we'll talk about the benefits of both listening to music and making music during the show.

    To connect with Brett Boyd online, visit his websites:  www.guitarschoolrocks.com and www.thebeautifullosers.net


     

  • 00:16

    Community Garden Shout Out to Rhode Island

    in Gardening

    Greetings!


    Today, we'll talk about various Groups in Rhode Island and what they are doing to help promote Community Gardens and how they do it.


    1)  Promoting Farming is the Farm Fresh.org Group


    2)  What a Land Trust does:  Southside Community Land Trust


    3)  A Community Garden:  Fox Point Community Garden


    Thanks! for joining us.


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


    Books and AudioBooks:  Community Garden Revolution, and,


                                            Community Garden Revolution Notes!


    www.natesamericanmadestore.com for 10% OFF Discount on your ONLINE order of Garden Equipment and Tools.  Put in the promo code "comgar15" at checkout.


    www.tropiflora.com for your ONLINE order of Tropical plants.  Ask about 10% OFF your first order.  They do ship Worldwide.


    Catalogs of interest:  Totally Tomatoes and Shumways.


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  • 00:57

    Special Guest Jeff Idelson, President, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

    in Sports

    Join David Weinstein, Bill Gutman and Champ Jordan who will be discussing all the leading sports headlines!  


    We have a special guest this week -- Jeff Idelson, who has spent 28 years in baseball, is President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Cooperstown, New York. He is in his 20th year with the Hall of Fame and sixth as president, having been named to the position on April 15, 2008. Idelson oversees the daily operation of the non-profit, educational institution, whose mission is to preserve history, honor excellence and connect generations. The organization first opened in 1939 and today employs nearly 90 full-time staff members, welcoming an average of 300,000 visitors annually and more than 16 million visitors since opening. The Museum’s collections contain more than 40,000 three-dimensional artifacts and 135,000 baseball cards. The Library catalogs and preserves nearly three million documents including 250,000 historic photographs and 14,000 hours of original audio and video recordings. Read more, http://baseballhall.org/museum/staff-directory


     

  • 00:57

    Special Guest Jeff Idelson, President, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

    in Sports

    Join David Weinstein, Bill Gutman and Champ Jordan who will be discussing all the leading sports headlines!  

    We have a special guest this week -- Jeff Idelson, who has spent 28 years in baseball, is President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Cooperstown, New York. He is in his 20th year with the Hall of Fame and sixth as president, having been named to the position on April 15, 2008. Idelson oversees the daily operation of the non-profit, educational institution, whose mission is to preserve history, honor excellence and connect generations. The organization first opened in 1939 and today employs nearly 90 full-time staff members, welcoming an average of 300,000 visitors annually and more than 16 million visitors since opening. The Museum’s collections contain more than 40,000 three-dimensional artifacts and 135,000 baseball cards. The Library catalogs and preserves nearly three million documents including 250,000 historic photographs and 14,000 hours of original audio and video recordings. Read more, http://baseballhall.org/museum/staff-directory

     

  • 00:14

    Community Gardens: in the USA a Shout Out!

    in Gardening

    Greetings!  


    Lets give a "Shout Out" to these Community Gardens Today!


    1)  Lewiston, Maine "Lots to Gardens" and the "Why Hunger"


    2)  Common Wealth Urban Farms of Oklahoma


    3)  Arkansas Coalition for Obesity Prevention


    We'll also go over most Spring Seed Catalogs have SALES going on right now with 30% to 50% OFF for a short period.  SAVE while you can and ORDER now!


    Also, go to the ONLINE store of Nate's American Made Store and get a 10% Discount on your Garden Equipment and Tools by putting in the promo code "comgar15" at the checkout.  Enjoy!  THANKS! for Nate's support of Community Gardens, again, this year!


    The USDA has some small farm loans and grants that are NEW this year of up to $18 Million dollars.  So, make cnntact with them how to improve your town with a new Agri-Economy that will create new jobs and will enhance the local farm businesses already in place to add to the foundation of a more agri-economy where you live.  Grow Local and eat local.  Good Luck!


    Thanks!


    Have a GREAT Community Garden Day!


    Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host


    Email:  communitygardenrevolution@gmail.com


    Books and AudioBooks:  Community Garden Revolution and


                                            Community Garden Revolution Notes!


     

  • 00:18

    Planning Your Gourmet Kitchen Garden 2015

    in Food

    During the Winter months, we look forward to receiving our favorite seed and plant catalogs in the mail. Spring is just around the corner. It's time to plan our gardens for fresh fruits and vegetables. I'll share my product selections for this year, tips for growing in containers and small spaces,  and starting seeds.

  • 00:56

    COCO CHANEL: HER LIFE AND TIMES

    in Entertainment

    The intriguing life of iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel and a look at Nazi occupied Paris during World War II are the focus of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. Joining Halli at her table is Rhonda K. Garelick, author of a sensational new biography of Chanel MADEMOISELLE: COCO CHANEL AND THE PULSE OF HISTORY, and author of THE PARIS ARCHITECT, Charles Belfoure.


    Rhonda K. Garelick's books include RISING STAR: DANDYISM, GENDER, AND PERFORMANCE IN THE FIN DE SIÈCLE and ELECTRIC SALOME: LOIE FULLER’S PERFORMANCE OF MODERNISM. Her work has also appeared in the New York Times,, The Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, International Herald Tribune, and The Sydney Morning Herald, as well as in numerous journals and museum catalogs in the United States and Europe. She is a Guggenheim fellow and has received awards from the Getty Research Institute, the Dedalus Foundation, the American Association of University Women, the Whiting Foundation, and the American Council of Learned Societies. Garelick received her B.A. and Ph.D. in comparative literature and French from Yale University.


    Charles Belfoure has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation Grant for architectural research. He graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and he taught at Pratt as well as at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. His area of specialty is historic preservation. His work has been published in The Baltimore Sun and the New York Times.


    The fascinating story of the real life of fashion designer Coco Chanel with author Rhonda K. Garelick, and a look at occupied Paris and her life and times through the fictional voice of author Charles Belfoure on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 00:31

    Plan for Success!

    in Gardening

    It's the heart of January Outside, the ground is frozen, the trees are bare, and the garden is fast asleep. What better time to get a jump on the spring with a deliberate, mindful, thought-out-ahead-of-time garden plan? Grab a piece of paper and your garden catalogs – we’re goin’ in!

  • 01:48

    SNRN Christmas Eve Special Edition

    in Spirituality

    December 24, 2014


    SPECIAL TIME - 10 AM EST


    We have a special Christmas Eve program for all ages! We have two special Elder Hour interviews that will air during this 2 hour event. This special program includes Christmas music that will light the spirit of the season! Please be sure to join us at 10 AM EST for this special event.


    Denise Iwaniw and Laura Veeneman (known as Laura Joy) visit the the first hour.  Laura Joy is a librarian who will be taking us on an adventure in telling us about all of the changes in libraries over the decades.  From library cards, tracking books (i.e. card catalogs), digital books, etc.  Laura will read stories that include a Christmas story during the first hour.


    Neshi Lokotz kicks off the second hour with a special poem, "An Indian Prayer Christmas Day" by Larry Kibby.  Afterwards, Neshi visits with her mom, Mrs. Florence Camacho who is a Potawatomi Elder. Mrs. Camacho will share her Christmas memories and family traditions. 


    Please note that BTR chat room will not be open during this special broadcast. 


    Please view our Disclaimer for our radio programming.


    www.starnationsradio.com

  • 01:02

    ET Contactees and Experiencers with Dr. Sasha Lessin and Janet Lessin

    in Paranormal

    SHOW TIMES: 2:00 pm HST, 5pm PT, 6pm MT, 7pm CT, 8pm ET


    There are millions of people globally who believe they've had an ET encounter as a contactee or an experiencer. Perhaps you are one of those people. Rejoining the show is Sasha Lessin, Ph.D. and his wife Janet Lessin on these fascinating topics, and Hawaiian legends and myths. Sasha Lessin Ph.D. (U.C.L.A. Anthropology, Ph.D.), author of Anunnaki: Gods No More, and producer of the hugely popular web site, www.enkispeaks.com, studied with the late Zecharia Sitchin, for many years. Sitchin asked Dr. Lessin to help disseminate written, graphic and traditional stories of ETs, hithertofore considered mythic “gods” on Earth from 450,000 – 300 BCE as well as the latest findings in astronomy that relate to the planet Nibiru from which the ETs came to Earth for gold to shield their planet, Nibiru. Lessin’s work documents the fallacy of Darwinian gradual evolutionism that posited human evolution from pre-cursor hominoids but failed in 140 years searching to find a missing link. 


    Janet Kira Lessin, a lifelong scholar and experiencer of ET contacts, and a student of Sitchin as well, is the voice of Ninmah consciousness and is dedicated to bringing the wisdom of Ninmah to the world. She has co-authored Anunnaki: Legacy of the Gods with Dr. Lessin. Together, Dr. Lessin and Janet, are historians of the giants from the planet Nibiru, and hosts of the popular BTR show Aquarian Radio.  Janet authored the book Dance of the Souls, that catalogs her amazing paranormal life.


    Visit their website: www.aquarianradio.com