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The New York Rangers announced a blockbuster deal today, trading star winger/enigma/fan favorite Marian Gaborik to the Columbus Blue Jackets, and of course, BlueJacket, I mean Blueshirt Underground Radio is here to talk you through it.
Immediately following tonight's Ranger game vs. the Penguins, Eddie and Jim go live to talk about the big deal, and what it means for the New York Rangers. Is it a white flag on 2013, or just a continuation of the blueprint for the future? Maybe a little of both, but we'll talk about it tonight, and cover it all.
Join us at 10:30 EST, pending the finish of the game. If the game runs late, we'll be on as soon as it's over.
Your parents tell you that in order to survive, you have to hide your identity. You are a young, innocent child, yet you must assume a new name and immediately learn the sign of the cross. You cannot let anyone know you are a Jew or death is imminent. You must never mention who you are or where you came from and most importantly, you must “Never Forget To Lie.”
Emmy award winning filmmaker, Marian Marzynski, joins Michele Rosenthal to discuss his latest Frontline documentary, “Never Forget To Lie.” A visual autobiography, Marian will share a behind the scenes look into his life as a child during the holocaust and his newest, critically lauded film.
Join The Gist of Freedom as we broadcast Live From Long Island University at The 150th Emancipation Proclamation Celebration with historian Harold Holzer! Watch The Video
In 1861, Congress passed an act stating that all enslaved people employed against the Union were to be considered free. In 1862, Congress passed The Second Confiscation Act. This law stated that property used by the Confederates to further their rebellion could be seized by the U.S. government. African Americans who had been once considered by the Confederates as their property, were therefore now considered by abolitionists as "contraband of war". And as such this war law, The Confiscation Act could be used to legally take the enslaved from Slavers. In an effort to placate the slave-holding Border States, Lincoln resisted the demands of the abolitionists, Black and White, for complete abolition. In addition to the Confiscation Act, President Lincoln signed a bill, passed by Congress, which prohibited the army and navy from returning fugitive slaves to slave holder claimants. Any officer violating the law would be discharged from service, and would be forever ineligible to any appointment in the military or naval service of the United States. This ended the shameful practice by northern generals of returning Africans to slavery for a fugitive slave reward, and it also stimulated the flight
Living life is always an adventure and always asinine for Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo. Learn about their appreciation of a reopening of a famous pizza place and George's stamina issues mixed with Mike's usual comedic stylings. That's all before the sports talk even begins to blast your ears.
This week the focus is highlighted by some New England Patriot drama. Aaron Hernandez, a member of the class filled and character driven franchise, is involved in a murder investigation?! Well that's what the reports are. With the little we currently know, is there already enough to warrant a league punishment? Should Robert Kraft and the Patriots feel pressure to sanction one of their one, for fear of hypocrisy? Can they remain contenders with so many offensive weapons in question?
Next up, the NBA and NHL seasons are not over yet. The Chicago Blackhawks appear in trouble, now down in the Stanley Cup Finals to Boston. What needs changed for Chicago? And most importantly what is the deal with Marian Hossa sitting out a critical game 3 loss? Lucky for you the HBS is home to the leader of the Hossa fan club. Mike takes his rightful place as hockey's most polarizing figure defense attorney.
A blockbuster deal that even included coach Doc Rivers has been nixed. Your favorite sports genius' try to fix the asininity that has become the Boston Celtics and determine if the Clippers made the right decision.
LeBron and the Heat's heroics to force a deciding game 7 in the NBA Finals take place mid-show. Enjoy the jubilation and evil grinning of the Buzz-saw, while the Howitzer sulks.
You think you know, but you have no idea. Just keep being amazed, as the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
Inspiration on the Go in 30 minutes or less!
Tune in as Molly Friedenfeld and Cynthia Shepherd of the Violet Wisdom Inspiration Radio show talk about Manifesting - Is It Magic or Physics.
We will discuss:
How much of our life's manifestations are based on science versus spirituality How to recognize when we are successfully creating How to overcome habits and fears that hold us back from creating the life of our dreams How our soul is actively involved in the manifesting process
Violet Wisdom Inspiration Radio was designed to to keep you motivated in your pursuit of finding your purpose for this lifetime. Our "soul" purpose for this radio broadcast week after week is to spread peace, joy, love, and truth across the four corners of the earth.
Cynthia Shepherd Website: www.cynthiashepherd.com
Molly Friedenfeld Website: www.violetwisdom.com
Dawn Marian Website: www.dawnmarian.com
Wednesday, March 6, 6pm EST: Mitchell's guest this evening is Marian Head, award-winning author Revolutionary Agreements and social entrepreneur. Mitchell has invited Marian to join him today to share, in her engagingly honest and humorous style, how you too can enjoy rewarding partnerships at home and at work by using the Revolutionary Agreements. Learn more about Marian and her ventures at www.RevolutionaryChoices.com. Be sure to visit the Results area (top bar) of her website to sneak
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Denise Levenick, the Family Curator, author of How to Archive Family Keepsakes.
In every family someone ends up with Mom's and Dad's "stuff"—a lifetime's worth of old family photos, papers, and memorabilia packed into boxes, trunks, and suitcases. This inheritance can be as much a burden as it is a blessing. How do you organize your loved one's estate in a way that honors your loved one, keeps the peace in your family and doesn't take over your home or life? How to Archive Family Keepsakes gives you step-by-step advice for how to organize, distribute and preserve family heirlooms.
Whether you have boxes filled with treasures or are helping a parent or relative downsize to a smaller home, this book will help you organize your family archive and preserve your family history for future generations.
Denise Levenick is a writer and genealogist who writes about organizing, preserving, and sharing family history at her website http://www.thefamilycurator.com, voted one of Family Tree Magazine's 40 Best Genealogy Blogs in 2010 and in 2011.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com
LIVE: THURSDAY, 13 June 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
Please join Marsha Casper Cook on June 7 3 PM EST 2 PM CST 1PMMT NOON PST when she will be having a very special show featuring the very popular LADY JANE SALON.
Founded in February 2009 by romance authors Hope Tarr, Leanna Renee Hieber, Maya Rodale, and book blogger, Ron Hogan, Lady Jane’s Salon is New York City’s first–and only–monthly romance fiction reading series. The Salon takes great pride in having hosted such luminaries of romance fiction as Eloisa James, Sabrina Jeffries, and Marjorie M. Liu while also encouraging debut and mid-list authors to “be our guest.” Past and present guest authors represent the full spectrum of the diverse and ever-evolving romance genre from traditional historical and contemporary romances to novels that cross over to science fiction and futuristic, fantasy and steampunk, inspirational and GLBT romance, to name but a few.
NOW THIS IS GOING TO BE ONE HOT SHOW!
Lady Jane’s is about sharing not only great romance fiction but also the promise of a Real Life Happily Ever After
Bethany Cross will be there to open the phone lines and chat room.
For more info about the show.
Marian Meade, marriage coach, joins host Michele Mattia to discuss the hot topic: the conscious creation of the realtionship you deserve!
Marian Meade is a wife, mother and psychotherapist turned marriage coach. Her mission is to help couples stay in love and keep their marriage sizzling for a lifetime!
Join Michele and Marian at 2pm ET for a lively conversation about never settling, soulmates, and manifesting your right and perfect relationship. This is your time! This is your year!
Happy Memorial Day Weekend!
For the first time in recent memory, California has a budget surplus -- and most agree that it needs to be used to shore up the state's ailing public education system. But as Cynthia Liu points out, with an economy as large as California's, the $4 billion they have to work with is just a drop in the bucket. MomsLA mavens Sarah Auerswald and Yvonne Condes join Cynthia and Donna Schwartz Mills for another K12 News Network special, hosted by the MOMocrats. Politics from a progressive perspective, produced by Engender Media Group.
LIVE: THURSDAY, 6 June 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Christopher Pagliuco, author of The Great Escape of Edward Whalley and William Goffe: Smuggled Through Connecticut.
When Puritans Edward Whalley and William Goffe joined the parliamentary army against King Charles I in the English civil wars, they seized an opportunity to overthrow a tyrant. Under their battlefield leadership, the army trounced the Royalist forces and then cut off the king's head. Yet when his son, Charles II, regained the throne, Whalley and Goffe were force to flee to the New England colonies aboard the ship Prudent Mary--never to see their families or England again. Even with the help of New England's Puritan elite, including Reverend John Davenport, they struggled to stay a step ahead of searches for their arrest in Boston, New Haven (where they hid out in Judges Cave) and the outpost of Hadley, Massachusetts. Forced to live as fugitives, these former major generals survived frontier adventures in seventeenth-century New England. Author Christopher Pagliuco reveals the all-but-forgotten stories of these Connecticut heroes.
Chris Pagliuco is a freelance writer who specializes in seventeenth-century colonial history. His interest in the regicides originated in his graduate studies in history at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He teaches high school history in Madison, Connecticut and serves as town historian in Essex, Connecticut and on the editorial team of Connecticut Explored, a quarterly history publication. He lives with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs in Ivoryton, Connecticut.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com