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  • 01:20

    Modernism Party Tonight in Palm Springs, California

    in Culture


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    Two times during Palm Springs Modernism Week, celebrate the Orange Martini Project, a one-of-a-kind art display by photographer Lani Garfield, featuring lenticular prints that "move" when viewed from different angles.  The photos celebrate the fun Palm Springs Lifestyle and its amazing community.  With participation from various local friends, artists and event the mayor, the interactive display showcases hit, locally found clothes and iconic mid-century modern architecture in a way that blurs the lines between today and when The Rat Pack stayed and played in the desert.


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  • 01:08

    4th & Baker with Host Kiler Davenport: Interview with Michaella and Ankh

    in Culture

    On this episode of 4th & Baker we are going to be interviewing Michaella and Ankh of the Free World Knights. These two are meeting the devil's advocate tonight. But I have spoken to both of these guests off air and like them very much. We shall see where this roller coaster ride takes us. My fans know that I am not an advocate for new age nuts and after talking to Ankh and Michaella. I do not think that they are new age nuts. We discussed post-modernism and realism and agreed on many points. 

  • 01:31

    The Conservative Refuge: 6/15/2015

    in Politics Conservative

    On tonight's show:


     Still waiting to announce a decision on local transportation projects, the Washington Post is already setting the stage for criticism of Governor Hogan if he decides not to fund these expensive mas transit projects.


    We'll talk about that post-modernism that is leading people to change their gender and even their race. Despite the protestation of Reason's Nick Gillespie the Dolezal and Jenner stories do have a common nexus that needs to be explored.


    And if transgender and transracial are just fine with you, then join us as we open the "Nut Ball Box" to discuss the next milestone of the brave new world of self-identification: the transdisabled.  Yes, people having doctors cut off perfectly healthy body parts and disconnecting their spinal cords to become disabled. 


    And with the warm weather, the cyclists are out in force.  This group of Maryland cyclists are riding to remember those killed in accidents without appreciating the real cause of why these people died and encouraging more activity which will lead to more cycling deaths.  For failing to engage in a realistic discussion I invite them to  "Get Off My Lawn."

  • 01:21

    Mary Edwards - Performer/Music Composer joins G|D on A Touch of Grace

    in Entertainment

    (S6E6) GD Welcomes.... 


    Mary Edwards  - New York Performer/Music Composer to A Touch of Grace


    Date: Friday June 5, 2015 @ 2P/PST : 5P/EST 


    Call Into Show: (347) 989-8346


    More About Mary: 


    Mary Edwards is a composer, songwriter and sound artist whose projects range from recordings and performances "evocative of epic cinematic soundtracks combined with lyrical intimacy..." (Time Out NY), to immersive environmental and architectural sound installations. Themes of temporality, impermanence, nostalgia, longing, childhood and the natural world are interspersed throughout her work. Her extended discographyincludes the solo releases, A Smile in the Mind (2007), Console (2010),Eastern/Central & Mountain/Pacific (2012), and Everyday Until Tomorrow(2015), where she captures the essence of Modernism, '60s film scores and classic pop, thinking in terms of miniature movies (to paraphrase Burt Bacharach) to create pocket symphonies and an indelible, sprawling landscape of sound.


    Link To Complete BiO 


    http://maryedwardsmusic.com/

  • 00:21

    Mass Poetry Festival , Rita Dove & Richard Blanco

    in Current Events

    Mass Poetry Festival is taking place from May 1-3 in Salem, MA. There is still time to register and participate in this great literary event. Listen to find out about the headliners, workshops and other fun activities at the festival.


    About Mass Poetry Festival


    The Massachusetts Poetry Festival showcases nearly 100 poetry readings and workshops, a small press and literary fair, panels, poetry slams, visual arts, and open-air performances. Panel topics range broadly from the state of poetry, poetry and gender, book publishing, and modernism in contemporary art, to the Common Threads Reading, where contemporary poets with Massachusetts ties discuss their literary connections. More than 150 local and nationally known poets engage with thousands of New Englanders each year.


    The 7th Massachusetts Poetry Festival takes place May 1-3, 2015, in historic downtown Salem.

  • 00:18

    Evangelical Christianity (Understanding World Religions #9)

    in Religion

    Our quote for today is from Mahatma Gandhi. He said, "It is easy enough to be friendly to one's friends. But to befriend the one who regards himself as your enemy is the quintessence of true religion. The other is mere business."


    In this podcast, we are making our way through Garry R. Morgan's book, "Understanding World Religions in 15 Minutes a Day." Garry Morgan is a Professor of Intercultural Studies at Northwestern College. He served with World Venture for 20 years in Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Tanzania. 


    Our topic for today is, "Evangelical Christianity" 


    Evangelicalism is a movement in Protestant Christianity that began in the twentieth century as a response to changes in the beliefs, or doctrines, of some Protestant churches, especially with regard to the Bible's authority. 


    Modernism, and more recently postmodernism, have influenced the thinking of many and cast doubt in their minds about some scriptural teachings. While there is a broad range of belief within Protestantism, some see the Bible as an ancient, error-filled human record of religious experience rather than a divinely inspired revelation from God. As a result, they reject one or more foundational doctrines of the Christian faith. 


    For example, some dismiss "Jesus as the only way to salvation" as arrogance. Some consider the need for salvation at all from "God's wrath" to be an abhorrent myth. They might say Jesus is a remarkable human teacher, but not the divine-human Son of God. They deny his miracles and his resurrection and, in the extreme, question whether he actually existed as a historical person...

  • 00:56

    COCO CHANEL: HER LIFE AND TIMES

    in Entertainment

    The intriguing life of iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel and a look at Nazi occupied Paris during World War II are the focus of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. Joining Halli at her table is Rhonda K. Garelick, author of a sensational new biography of Chanel MADEMOISELLE: COCO CHANEL AND THE PULSE OF HISTORY, and author of THE PARIS ARCHITECT, Charles Belfoure.


    Rhonda K. Garelick's books include RISING STAR: DANDYISM, GENDER, AND PERFORMANCE IN THE FIN DE SIÈCLE and ELECTRIC SALOME: LOIE FULLER’S PERFORMANCE OF MODERNISM. Her work has also appeared in the New York Times,, The Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, International Herald Tribune, and The Sydney Morning Herald, as well as in numerous journals and museum catalogs in the United States and Europe. She is a Guggenheim fellow and has received awards from the Getty Research Institute, the Dedalus Foundation, the American Association of University Women, the Whiting Foundation, and the American Council of Learned Societies. Garelick received her B.A. and Ph.D. in comparative literature and French from Yale University.


    Charles Belfoure has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation Grant for architectural research. He graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and he taught at Pratt as well as at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. His area of specialty is historic preservation. His work has been published in The Baltimore Sun and the New York Times.


    The fascinating story of the real life of fashion designer Coco Chanel with author Rhonda K. Garelick, and a look at occupied Paris and her life and times through the fictional voice of author Charles Belfoure on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 01:20

    Modernism Week's "Orange Martini Project" Photo Exhibition

    in Photography

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    In the Daily Snowstorm, producer/host Nicholas Snow celebrates the Orange Martini Project, a one-of-a-kind art display by photographer Lani Garfield, featuring lenticular prints that "move" when viewed from different angles.  The photos celebrate the fun Palm Springs Lifestyle and its amazing community.  With participation from various local friends, artists and event the mayor, the interactive display showcases hit, locally found clothes and iconic mid-century modern architecture in a way that blurs the lines between today and when The Rat Pack stayed and played in the desert.
    SnowbizNow with Nicholas Snow!
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  • 00:11

    Explorations about Human Anthropology & Eco-Phenomenology

    in Psychology

    Join us for continued critique and exploration of our conceptions of meaning and human anthropology as they relate to eco-phenomenology.

  • 00:28

    Everything is OK? Examining our Modern Moral Thinking

    in Entertainment

    There are many who would argue that our country and culture is experiencing a moral breakdown. It seems that the values so many of us had not too long ago are dying all around us. Is this the case? Are we progressing or moving backward? Is morality dead? Brandon Warr, our host for War Zone Radio, attempts to answer these questions in this episode and give some helpful tips to our listeners what we can do about it.

  • 01:00

    Bert Martinez speaks with Mary King, Mike Browne and guests

    in Business

    Mary King IRS Problem Solving Attorney and co- author of the book Protect and Defend. Her career in law has primarily focused in IRS problem solving as well as mortgage foreclosure defense


    Peter Boatwright Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.  Boatwight has both his MBA and his PhD from University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.  He is Co-Director of the Integrated Innovation Institute, which he likes to call “a next-generation hub of practical creativity” that produces results for academia, business and social purpose


    Peter Block author and citizen of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books. He is the author of Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community: The Structure of Belonging, and The Abundant Community, with John McKnight. Peter serves on the boards of Elementz, an urban arts center,  and LivePerson, a provider of online engagement solutions. His work is in the restoration of communities and creating a world that reclaims our humanity from the onslaught of modernism


    Mike Browne cartoonist, animator and inventor. He has been drawing business and celebrity cartoons for over 20 years. His latest invention, WindowSport Team Decals literally turns your back window into a piece of art. Go to Bigredshoes.com to see his artwork and GIF animations