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Join the Louisiana Derbiacs every Friday at 5pm Central Time as we review the past week's news on roller derby in the state of Louisiana, and across the globe!
There were a bunch of bouts where Louisiana leagues participated this past week, and we'll give you the run-down of each, as well as our weekly "power rankings". There's a lot of action to cover, and we only have 30 short minutes to cram it in, so don't miss a minute of the action!
Join us today (4/11/14) for this week's news in the world of roller derby. We will prognosticate and predict outcomes for the bouts here in Louisiana for the week. Our show is every Friday at 5pm Central Time. We also cover this amazing sport across the world. There is only a little time, but a lot to go over, so don't miss it! Rebroadcasts of previous episodes are available in our archive.
This is a pretty exciting week, with 8 bouts in the state!
Come listen to the Louisiana Derbiacs every Friday at 5pm Central Time as we go over the week's roller derby news!
Join the Louisiana Derbiacs, we're manaics for roller derby!! We broadcast live every Friday at 5pm Central Time. This week, we'll talk about the beginning of the 2014 season, which is tomorrow!
The Culture Shock Original Radio Show- Episode 2. The finest in Native American & Indigenous Rap, Hip Hop and R&B from the #1 Urban Rez Entertainment Company in The World. Hosted by Marcus Tsosie. Special Co-Host, "The Newest Member of The CSO Family" Kanabis Klown of The Karnie Lunaticz. Interview with Culture Shock Original recording artist, R.E.D.D. featured songs 1. Culture Shock Original by Butch Kid, 2. Chillin's On The Scene by V.I.P., 3. Burn It Down by Lightning Cloud, 4. Another Lonely Night by Jot Scripts, 5. Rain Dance by Mike Bone, 6. Greatest MC Alive by DJ Rawskillz, Chase Manhattan, No Sun & Nates Beats, 7. Step Your Game Up by The Council
The 25th Louisiana Railroad Festival in DeQuincy, Louisiana host this week's American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains program.
The City of DeQuincy which observed the centennial of its incorporation in 2003, owes its existence to the railroads. The original townsite was laid out in 1896 and 1897 when the main line of the Kansas City Pittsburgh and Gulf Railroad reached here.
Over the years the railroad -- the Kansas City Southern and Union Pacific Railroads -- have provided employment for several generations of DeQuincy residents and have been a mainstay of the local economy.
Before the coming of the Interstate system and better roads, DeQuincy was the hub for railroad travel, with several east-west and north-south passenger trains coming through each day. The passenger trains are gone now, but the city is still important in the railroad freight industry and continues to be a “railroad town.”
We invite everyone to come and help us celebrate our heritage and traditions as a railroad town; visit our beautiful Railroad Museum which was built in 1923 as the Kansas City Southern Depot, and which is recognized as one of the most attractive restored depots in the nation.
Join us live in person or live in the chatroom or by calling in to the show at 646-716-7106.
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