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A nationwide food strike happened on Thursday the 29th
We want to talk about the start of this cause.
And how this present event will change families and the
youth of today...
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It's a late night show but a good one. David and Matt welcome Strike King's Sam Lashlee. Sam makes his home on Kentucky Lake and has been a dominant force to reckon with across all the Tennesee River chain of lakes as well as Old Hickory, Barkley and Percy Priest. Tonight Sam will brief us on how fishing is on Neely Henry lake this week in preparation for the Bassmaster Weekend Series. There is a lot on the line this year as the national championship is on Old Hickory lake. Spread the word, grab some coffee and stay up a little longer tonight!
In my book Visions, I described an encounter I had had in a dream. The book was first written in 1997 and published in 2004. A meteor crashed into Russia on Friday causing injuries to more than a thousand people and structural damage to buildings. The sight of it as it trailed across the sky was something to see. Join me for this liveley discussion on Climate Change, the meteor and I. #GetMovingMonday!
Domestic strife can bring unusual ideas to mind; like going on strike. Sherri Mills, the hairdresser, hears lots of stories of rocky romances and so much more. Her two books: "I Almost Divorced My Husband, but I Went On Strike Instead" and "Marriage 101 for Men: Why Taking Out the Trash is a Turn On" present a "practical" path for intimacy and fresh ways to decrease disputes.
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Leeann Tweeden and Dana Commandatore talk about whatever they want with whomever they want in this weekly 1-hour conversation between two friends.
This week, the Tomboys get to know Philip Winchester, lead actor in their favorite show Cinemax's Strike Back. Listen in as they chat about about everything from Montana to London.
Fast Food Workers Unite! Take Off Your Aprons And Strike For An Honest-To-Goodness "Living-Wage"!!!
LIVE: THURSDAY, 22 August 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews author James Redfearn about the 1919 Boston Police Strike.
Leading up to 1919 the Boston Police were working long hours for very little pay. In the post WWI era America was rocked by instability, the growth of labor and suffrage movement and the Red Scare. The mostly Irish police force was at odds with the Brahmin state leaders. The showdown led to chaos on the streets of Boston and helped pave the way for Calvin Coolidge, then governor of Massachusetts, to the White House.
We'll talk about how James Redfearn researched the historical event for use in his novel, The Rising and Roxbury Crossing.
James Redfearn, author of the Irish American historical saga, The Rising at Roxbury Crossing, has been an industrial-commercial photographer, a Massachusetts State Trooper and an investigator for a Boston law firm. He graduated from Harvard University with an ALM in Literature and Creative Writing. His stories have been published in the University’s Charles River Review and the New England Writers Network. He was raised in the Mission Hill neighborhood of Boston and now resides with his wife, Gail, west of the city where he enjoys his four children and eight grandchildren.
In 1971, he began a twenty-one year career with the State Police, serving as a patrol officer, criminal investigator and academy instructor. He has lectured on investigative research methods at national Law Enforcement conferences.
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Your Host BadGirl PollyAnna LA Times: ‘California prison officials say 30,000 inmates refuse meals’ HUNGER STRIKE BY CALIFORNIA INMATES Once the state tallies the official number of participants, the hunger strike could become the largest in state history. A similar hunger strike over several weeks in 2011 had about 6,000 participants at its official peak, corrections officials said, and a strike that fall had about 4,200.
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Occupy Liberty's inaugural podcast will include LIVE REPORTS from the Veteran's March on Valley Forge in Pennsylvania and Trucker Strike Central Command.
Our mission is to bring real-time coverage of activist events that the corporate media tries to ignore, so if you're having an event and would like to do a live report, please let us know!!
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