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  • 00:58

    All Hands On The Bad One

    in Radio

    Sleater-Kinney is back on the scene and it's a great time to reflect on their body of work!  Starting with their 5th studio album, All Hands on the Bad One.  Join your host, Blondie, and listen to all 13 songs from the album, as well as B side releases and a surprise track.

    The chat room will be live, so stop in and discuss!

  • 01:58


    in Poetry

    Starting off the month of April tomorrow, April 1st joining, CWT4R co-host, Terry, Ina and Michelle, will be the hot, sexy, and out spoken NIKKI PATIN. Nikki has been writing for over two decades and her writings extend from love, revolutionary, to violence to empowerment to loving one’s self to love of a child. She can be steamy, well reserved, in your face, behind closed door, telling you about yourself before you know it is about you. Nikki Patin has appeared on HBO's Def Poetry Jam, WGN, WCIU, WBEZ and New Zealand's TV3 and Radio New Zealand. She was voted one of 30 under 30 most influential LGBTQ people in Chicago by Windy City Times and took the gold medal in the 2006 Gay Games International LGBT poetry slam.  She is the creator of Surviving the Mic(www.survivingthemic.org), an organization dedicated to creating safe and affirming artistic spaces for survivors of trauma. Nikki Patin is an MFA candidate in Creative Non-Fiction at Stonecoast MFA Program at the University of Southern Maine and a weekly cultural commentator on “Music Vox” on www.vocalo.org. Her work can be found at www.nikkipatin.com. For those that remember The Phat GRRL Revolution we can only image what Nikki will bring in 2015. If you don’t know about the revolution tune in so you can get a little poetry education for the full figured grrls. Show starts at our new time, 8:30est/7:30cst pm. Call in at 347-215-8985 and press 1 if you want to talk. 

  • 02:01

    "SOME GOOD CRAIC " - with Ice Wagon Flu

    in Music

    On Wdenesday night 4/1/15 at 8 pm Some Good Craic is back LIVE with special guest Ice Wagon Flu - I've seen these guys play many times over the years and they know how to get a crowd going . Kev will be calling in to talk about the band and what they got going on . And i'll be playing some of their tunes . Jonny Ra will be on later in the show as well with the News From The Emerald Isle That'll Make You Smile !!! 

    Icewagon Flu, where did this name come from?

    Back in the days when the icebox was the best form of refrigeration, icemen would deliver large blocks ice in horse-drawn wagons. Chunks of ice were placed in the icebox which became the predecessor to the modern day refrigerator. The good-neighbored iceman would supply his frozen goods with a grin on his face and an outstretched hand. Often the unassuming civil servant, would receive an extra “tip” from lonely housewives. And the telltale sign of their secret tryst was a nasty case of “icewagon flu.”"Icewagon Flu plays fast and loose with the traditional songs of our culture, with marvelous results. Nancy Whiskey goes under the sonic knife as a boozy bar maid and emerges as a Riot Grrrl, thanks to crunchy alt-rock guitars and slurred vocal. Fields of Athenrysounds like something REM might chance---should we re-christen it 'Fields of Athens, GA?' Waxie's Darglehas a funky jam-band beat interspersed with pipes and flutes! Imagine that! Off the Wagon takes these beloved tunes into a back alley, roughs them up, and makes them into modern rock gems. 

  • 01:00

    Nikki Patin: Phat Grrrl Revolution

    in Entertainment

    Nikki Patin's work fights and challenges these norms to empower women and girls to have "Whole Esteem".“The Phat Grrrl Diaries” is her first published collection of writing and design. Recently, she completed a two-month tour of New Zealand and Australia, collaborating with local artists and performing her 60-minute, one-woman show, “The Phat Grrrl Revolution.” Patin was nominated for “Best Standout Performer” in the Dunedin Fringe Festival and was featured in numerous radio, TV and print publications, including TV3, George FM and NO. M

  • 00:26

    Grrrl Power!

    in Rock Music

    No it's not Spice Girls night or a '90s flashback, the best Women Rockers TLR! has access to take over our airwaves tonight!

  • 02:01

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show Special: A New Beginning

    in Art

    Today we speak to several artists about the New Beginning heralded by the end of the Mayan calendar, Dec. 21, 2012. First we speak to Dance Brigade founder, Krissy Keefer, musician/educator, Carolyn Brandy and poet/activist, MamaCoatl about "Voluspa: A Ghost Dance for 2012"
    A two-night ritual dance performance that pays tribute to past and present struggles and works towards renewal. Featuring work by Dance Brigade, Grrrl Brigade, NAKA Dance Theater, Danza Xitlalli, John Jota Leaños and others. Each evening ends with a healing circle, December 19-20, 2012; Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm at Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th Street, San Francisco CA 94110, (415) 826-4441; www.dancemission.com We then speak to Ahkeel Mestayer, who is 17 years old and a Senior at School of the Arts High School in San Francisco where he studies Percussion. Ahkeel has been playing music with Loco Bloco since he was in 1st grade.  Currently Ahkeel is a member of Loco Bloco's Youth Apprentice Program, a performer in our Performing Ensemble and has served as the Assistant Musical Director for Night Wakes Dawn. Edris Anifowoshe Cooper is artistic director for the play which looks at is a musical, theatrical exploration of the beliefs and prophecies initiated by the Mayan culture surrounding December 21, 2012 and a questioning of the New Age controversy over its meaning.  Night Wakes Dawn focuses on reuniting with our ancestors and reconnecting with ancient wisdom to guide us in making life decisions and affecting positive change.  We close with a conversation with frequent guest Michael Gene Sullivan who is "Freddie Fillmore" in Marin Theatre Company's "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" through Dec. 23, 2012, adapted by Joe Landry and directed by Jon Tracy, from Frank Capra's film starring James Stewart (1946). Visit 

  • 00:30

    January Jones - Angela Lauria - Self-Publishing

    in Self Help

    Angela Lauria
    Book Journey Radio
    Should I Self-Publish?
    From Medea to Media:
    Now Meet January Jones

  • 01:36

    "Gettin' Sauced" with Draper's BBQ Live at Memphis in May

    in Cooking

    Drapers Live in Memphis in May
    We will be LIVE from the Tucker Cooker tent at Memphis in May with Darryl Mast (BBQ Superstars), Robyn Lindars (Grill Grrrl), Mark Graham (Grilla / Fahrenheit Technologies), Wayne Brown (Big Wayner's BBQ Blog) and Jesse Black (Thermoworks).  
    You dont want to miss this!  It will be history in the making!
    This is your backstage pass into what its like to be at Memphis in May!  We will be live only a few feet from the might Mississippi river talking all things bbq, business AND competition!  Tell your friends! 

  • 01:51

    "Gettin' Sauced" with Draper's BBQ

    in Cooking

    Draper's BBQ "Gettin Sauced"
    This week Shane does a Pre Memphis in May World BBQ Championship round table with Malcolm Reed of Killer Hogs BBQ, Robyn Lindars of Grill Grrrl Blog, my MiM teammate Ron Worby of Susquehanna Blue Smoke and Wayne Brown of Big Wayner’s BBQ Blog.  We will be discussing everything you need to know about Memphis in May, giving you some tips/tricks to better enjoy your time in Memphis and even tell a story or two about some of the craziest things we’ve seen at Memphis in May. 
    Check out our sponsors for this show:  Mojobricks, BBQ Sauce Reviews and Meatrake! All great resources for you and your barbecue

  • 00:28

    Ep 2: Cynthia Burnham on Developing Inspirational and Commanding Leaders

    in Books

    Join us as Angela Lauria of Journey Grrrl Publishing interviews leadership consultant Cynthia Burnham about her experience in writing and publishing her book, The Charisma Edge: A How-to Guide For Turning On Your Leadership Power.

    Cynthia Burnham's book has been called "riveting" and "life-altering" by those who have worked with her and heard her speak. Her book is based on lessons learned from over 30 years of successful independent and corporate business experience, where she discovered that leadership charisma is a learnable skill, combining a commanding presence, an understanding of corporate politics and realities, and a deep commitment to helping others bring out what is best and most powerful in themselves.

    Read more & get the transcript here: Cynthia Burnham on the Author Incubator

  • 00:33

    Capt Jelly Bean & His Wacky Astro Pals

    in Youth

    Our mad cap and zany astro pals along with Captain Jelly Bean,takes you on a ride to the stars. We have reading time, adventure and lots more. So tune into Jelly Bean Radio. The squishiest radio in town.So come by Mornings 730am-8am
    No Worries Mate ( Santa Claus is a Surfie) – Phil Cook Snow Came today – Sara Pirtle The Beat of Me – Ralph and Ralph Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – Twinkle U UP – Trump Grrrl! It Was an Elf- Joanie Leeds and the Nightlights Paul Bunyan – Ralph Camargo