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The Go Gettas, a group from southern California, present a mix of talent as versatile and unique as the time we live in. This group has the rare ability to create music that appeals to all ages crossing multiple genres. The Go Gettas music has been associated with names such as Rick Rock, Happy Perez, Marty James, Futuristics, THX and more. Releasing two official music videos: On My Hype Feat. Roscoe Umali and their first radio record Nobody Else, with more to come
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Have Tea with Blase, every Thursday night at 6:30 pm eastern time on a journey to becoming our AUTHENTIC Self.
Tonight's Topic: "Letting it Go"
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Mystic Records presents Party Or Go Home! I am your host Candace D'Andrea bringing you on a journey inside the life of Punk Rock- Including where we were
YESTERDAY, Where we are going TODAY and where the coolest venues are TOMORROW- Remember where we were Yesterday covering History of the bands and what they were doing in the 1980's- Today clue you in on the best venues, live interviews and current events- You can call the studio to join us at (646) 478-3594 or suggest your favorite songs.
On tonight's episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives you the latest on the Yankees trade deadline rumors and reacts to the mega deal in the AL East that sent Troy Tulowitzki to the Blue Jays. Plus, Ricky will react to the first two games in this Yankees-Rangers series.
Then, James Poellnitz, a co-editor at Southside Showdown joins the show to help look ahead to this weekend's series between the Yankees and White Sox at US Cellular Field. Ricky and James will discuss Chicago's disappointing first half, their recent five game win streak, and whether or not Jeff Samardzija will be traded before Friday's deadline. Plus, how has David Robertson fared as the closer in his first season? Finally, they will breakdown the pitching matchups and give you their hitters to watch in this series.
As always, you can interact with the LIVE show at anytime by calling in at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow
On a cool, spring day in 1897, Alfred Haney left his Williamston, Michigan home to earn a day's wage. He knew his wife's peculiar behavior had become more frequent, and he had planned on her seeing the town doctor, but she assured him she was feeling much better. They would go the following day instead. When he returned home later that day, he discovered a macabre murder so bizarre that it shook the entire community to its core. His mother's severed head was set on the dinner table, adorned with a knife and fork on either side. Lying nearby was the old woman's body, soaked in kerosene and set ablaze. Screaming, Alfred Haney ran from the house in search of the law, and while neighbors tried to extinguish the smoldering, beheaded corpse, Haney's wife, Martha, removed herself to the back yard and began digging wildly with her hands. Shortly after the discovery, a sheriff's deputy arrived, taking Martha into custody and lodging her in the local jail at the village hall. Ingham County Sheriff John Rehle, known as J. J. among his constituents, arrived by train and surveyed the carnage. He and his deputy discovered the murder weapon, an axe, hidden behind some boards under the rear stoop. Rehle organized a Coroner's Inquest that was held inside the house where the old woman's body lay. In an attempt to determine her state of mind at the time of the crime, local doctors interviewed the murderess. She told them she spoke frequently with her own dead mother, and her mother had told her to kill the old woman. Over the next several days, court hearings decided her ultimate fate. A panel of three doctors was commissioned to determine her sanity. In the end, there would be no prosecution. Deemed insane, she was sentenced to the Michigan Home for the Dangerous and Criminally Insane in Ionia. What made Martha Haney snap and behead her mother-in-law? TO HELL I MUST GO: The True Story of Michigan's Lizzie Borden-Rod Sadler
This weeks show will discuss how to cope and let go after the death of a beloved pet. The topics that will be touched on are:
Expected life span of different species
Anticipatory grief- how to handle the impending loss of a pet
The biological description of death
Transition into the comfort zone
Having a beloved pet euthanized
Relationship of unconditional love
Letting go of a pet can be difficult and painful. Coming to terms with the loss is a journey and can take some time. Judy Helm Wright can help you with the loss of your pet and put you on the path to healing. This is part of a 6 week series on How to Deal with the Loss of a Beloved Pet. Be sure to tune in and learn more.
If you would like to share a story about your beloved pet contact Judy at email@example.com with PET STORY in the subject line
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