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This episode will be about the life of Janis Joplin and how great her music was! It will speak about her life starting from Big Brother And The Holding Company to her life as a solo artist! In fact, to the Janis Joplin fans that are going to listen, I'm going to ask if you feel that Janis Joplin's music has improved your health.
Passion and a giving heart can be found in a little girl from Kentucky. Cee Cee wanted to do something to help tornado victims in Joplin, Missouri so she decided to knit elephants that we could send to the kids there.
Join Marly as she talks to Cee Cee and her mom BeLinda about Elephants Remember Joplin and her new adventure/connection to STITCHES. Click here to learn more about the Parade of Elephants.
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JANICE JOPLIN'S FAMOUS LINE PERFECTLY DESCRIBES THE PRESENT-DAY GOP - "TOMORROW NEVER HAPPENS. IT'S ALL THE SAME _____ DAY, MAN." FESTIVAL EXPRESS LIVE (1970)
The Republi“cons” are still stuck in the same damn day. . January 20, 1981 (Ronald Reagan’s 1st day in the White House). . Hell, Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader, just had an internal poll commissioned to see if the issue that the GOPERS have been banging on now for 4+-years (budget deficits, fiscal deficits, etc.) has any real resonance with the average, everyday voter. . GUESS WHAT? The poll results came back only to indicate that it is, in fact, a losing issue with voters in general. .
“Take Another Piece of My Heart”. The Republicans have been snorting so much “dirty” political cant for so long, they’re too strung out at this point in time to ever find their way back home again. The three-legged stool underpinning the entire GOP apparatus (strong defense, fiscal conservatism, social traditionalism) has all rotted within. . Yes, Janice, I think even Eric Cantor is humming to himself these days, very quietly, “it’s all the same _______ day”. (I think John Boehner reached this conclusion some time ago in his insulated Merlot World.)
This is a special "mid-week episode" of the Chasing4Life Radio Show! In this special, we'll be interviewing professional photographer Robert Pears about his experience in Joplin, Missouri. Robert visited the Missouri city with expectations of getting a "few good shots" for his portfoilio and his media partners but what he came home with was much more. Robert will share his thoughts, emotions and even spiritual insights gained as he photographed the streets o
Mark and Theresa take you inside Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’s 200th episode where they built a memorial playground at the historic Cunningham Park, which was devasted in the tornado on May 22, 2011. Listen as they interview Extreme Makeover's Executive Producer Brady Connell, designer Tracy Hutson, Joplin City Parks Director Chris Cotton, the lead daytime builder, and more. Mark and Theresa designed and built a real wood playground for the kids of Joplin as part of the show. The
DC Rapier explores the "roots, stems and branches" known simply as the Blues! He blends his vast musical knowledge with his love of the blues. Each week he will take us on a musical journey as only Brother Doug can do! Born and raised an hour from the famous Blues and Jazz venues of Chicago, DC Rapier began his professional music journey with his first paying gig at the age of 15, as the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player in a band playing Blues and R&B tunes learned from recordings of the vanguards of the British Invasion, the Yardbirds, the Animals and the Rolling Stones. For more than 45 years, DC has been singing madrigal, plain-song, oratorio, art song, opera, musicals, jazz, Blues, swing, rock, pop, country –western and even some jingles. He’s performed in choirs and choral groups in Europe and America; played sax, flute and bass clarinet in concert and jazz bands; guitar, harmonica, sax and flute in rock bands, Blues bands and show bands.
Grief counselor Ann Leach lost everything in the Joplin, Missouri tornado almost one year ago. Counseling others while recovering herself, with the assistance of community businesses, Ann created The Creative Cottage, a safe haven for people recovering from loss. All the while, Ann has been rebuilding her life one plate, one pair of jeans at a time. Join host Susan Larison Danz as she talks with Ann about this dramatic, transformational year for Ann and all the many others wh
On May 22, a massive tornado ripped through Joplin, Mo., destroying homes and taking lives. As of May 31, nearly 800 animals have been taken in at the Joplin Humane Society and emergency animal shelter, and approximately 250 animals have been reunited with their owners. Courtney Leigh, worked on the Red Star Emergency Animal services national team of American Humane Association. We will learn more about her involvement with saving the pet lives in Joplin.
I nearly fell out of my chair when I got a call from the governor’s office,” he said, sitting in the VIP section of the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center at Missouri Southern State University, waiting for Obama. “They told me I would have a ticket.”Russell England Russell England, 90, was born when the Ku Klux Klan was at its most powerful in the United States, and he lived through the Jim Crow era. He grew up in Joplin in an era when a large KKK sign lit up the roof
Tonight's show is dedicated to the people who lost their lives here in Joplin, Mo. as a result of the tornado which struck last Sunday killing many, wounding hundreds, leaving countless families devastated, and the city all but completely destroyed. No calls please.
Author Cynthia S. Gillard evokes an aborbing, glamourous story of love and life in music in a town on the plains of America as the lives of the people changed forever from WWI. This is history, hopes dreams and a story to cherish. Join Grandmother Mazina as she sits by the campfire and shares this delightful story! Reading by the Author: Cynthia s. Gillard
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