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From their inception over 10,000 years ago till the top city beaches in the US, the Great Lakes offer unique opportunities for all types of tourism. Enjoy, culinary, culture, history, exercise and sports along miles of coast. Join Bonnie and Ja'Vonne as they explore all these inland seas have to offer.
This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
Our Guest Host this week is Capt. Bob Kunath who will discuss the low-water situation in the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay and how it wil affect Loopers headed that way in the coming months.
Mr. Amos Wekesa, Managing Director of Great Lakes Safaris, shares some of his favorite places including some of the best spots for white water rafting. Wekesa calls Uganda “Africa compressed,” because everything you can find on the continent of Africa, you can also find in Uganda. All this and more when this episode for Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from Kampala, Uganda.
InTouch Interview with Great Lakes Astrology, they are dedicated to astrologers – beginner, intermediate and advanced and we will be discussing their mission and the upcoming conference April 10-14th, join us for a great show and visit their site for more info at: http://greatlakesastrology.com/
ICERM Radio invites you to its Lecture Program on The Politics of Memory in the Great Lakes;
Featuring René Lemarchand, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida.
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 4 pm in ET New York.
This lecture will cover Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern Congo, and will try to show how memorial phenomena (memory distorted, thwarted or falsified) continue to raise obstacles to peaceful co-existence in the region. In grappling with memorial issues, Prof. René Lemarchand draws heavily on Ricoeur's insights. His magnum opus on memory is an important contribution.
René Lemarchand is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. He has written extensively on the history and politics of the Great Lakes region of Central Africa. His book on RWANDA AND BURUNDI (1970), received the Herskovits Award from the African Studies Association. His latest works include THE DYNAMICS OF VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL AFRICA (2009) and an edited volume on FORGOTTEN GENOCIDES: OBLIVION, DENIAL AND MEMORY (2012). He served as regional advisor on governance and democracy with USAID, first in Abidjan (1992-1996) and then in Accra (1996-1998). He served as visiting lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley, Brown University, Smith College, Concordia University (Montreal) and the Universities of Helsinki, Copenhagen, Bordeaux and Antwerp.
Join us to share your views/experiences or to ask Prof. René Lemarchand your questions. To participate, dial: +1-(347) 989-8294 when the show is on. International calls are accepted.
This week Matt and Shawn gear up for the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) by catching up with hot new country band Parmalee as they celebrate their number one song "Carolina." They also get on soapboxes about equal rights, and discuss Matt appearing in a chicken commercial.
And this week's #NUartist is Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes! Formed in 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee, the band released a successful full-length studio album, Civilized Man, in 2011. They have just wrapped recording of their sophomore full-length studio album, Kid Tiger, which was engineered and co-produced by Vance Powell (Jack White, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs).
Chuck Baier, author of the popular "Great Book of Anchorages..." series and the Trawler Beach House Blog (http://trawler-beach-house.blogspot.com/) will be our guest. Chuck will share information on the current status of regulations for going to Cuba by boat, including who can go, what to expect when "checking in" upon arrival by boat, what you can bring back, what facilities are available, and more.
This friday night at 8pm eastern time we will have Rachel Tilseth with The Wolves of Douglas County and The Great Lakes Wolf Patrol , The wolves in Wisconsin are under attack and our gust are at the frontline of trying to save them, please share this around far and wide, this is an episode you dont want to miss, here is a link to what they are facing http://wolvesofdouglascountywisconsin.com/2014/10/23/wi-third-wolf-hunt-a-debauchery-excessive-indulgence-of-over-killing/
Bloggers discussing the role of the Rwandan, Burundian and Congolese diaspora in relation to Peace and development in the Great Lakes Region. What activites are undertaken by Rwandans, Congolese and Burundese across Europe and the US? How can politicians from donor countries like the Netherlands, UK and the US communicate with this diaspora? How can new media make a difference? Today's guest is Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana a Rwandan diaspora blogger in the Netherlands.
Our guest hosts this week will be Mike Ahart, news editor of Waterway Guide and a rep from the Great Lakes Commission, Matt Doss. We'll be discussing the proposal to close the Illinois River off from the Great Lakes to control the Asian Carp.
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