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The train wreck leaves the station at 8 p.m. CST / 9 p.m. EST !! This week we chat with Ike Willis ( Mothers Of Invention ) & Dee Mill ( Art Of Ill Fusion ) as they prepare for " Fusion Plays Zappa " at the Apollo Theater on November 28th !!
Ike Willis (b. November 14, 1955) is an American singer and guitarist who was a regular sideman for Frank Zappa, first joining Zappa's band for the fall 1978 tour and remaining in the band for several years.
Ike currently tours with several Frank Zappa tribute bands including ZAPPATiKA, Ossi Duri, Project/Object, Pojama People and Ugly Radio Rebellion. He's also performed several times with the Brazilian Zappa cover band, The Central Scrutinizer Band, The Muffin Men, and with the Italian band Elio e le Storie Tese. Additionally, he has appeared multiple times at the annual Zappanale festival in Bad Doberan, Germany.
Dee Mill is singer/songwriter with the Peoria based group Art of Ill Fusion and a great friend of the show !! He's just returning home from an East Coast and Southern states run with the boys. We'll talk with Dee about this latest road trip as well as the " Fusion Plays Zappa " show coming up on November 28th !!
Grab a seat early and strap in for this fantastic voyage !! Show starts at 8 p.m. CST / 9 p.m. EST !!
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With advances in HIV biomedical prevention, there are new methods available to choose from – commonly referred to as an expanded HIV prevention toolkit. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), the one pill once a day antiretroviral method taken by a person prior to exposure to HIV, is receiving the spot light in the news and public health conversations. And for good reason: this method is both highly effective and provides a user-controlled method that does not have to be negotiated with partners, unlike female and male condoms. However, there is another antiretroviral-based prevention method that is even more effective: treatment as prevention or TasP. When a person living with HIV takes their medication as prescribed, the amount of HIV virus in their blood will reach a level of “undetectable” which is not only ideal for their own health but dramatically reduces the risk of passing HIV to a partner/s. While TasP is currently the less famous HIV prevention method, it may be favored by some, including couples. Not only is TasP is effective and cost efficient, the practice of TasP can empowering the person living with HIV and provides a tangible activity for balancing HIV-related stigma.
Join us for a lively discussion on the valuable role TasP plays in the expanded HIV prevention toolkit.
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The foundation of the Pivotal Plays campaign is all about showcasing the often-unsung heroes who have performed amazing things that may have been overlooked.
Much like athletes whose actions are vitally important to the outcome of a game – though aren’t getting the recognition they deserve -- Pivotal Plays are all about finding stories of achievement, progress and the things that define our every day.
Whether it is something that occurs in the community, on the playing field in sports, in business or in government, the Pivotal Plays program is about giving credit where credit is due. We want to recognize the individuals, groups, teams and organizations that perform those achievements and bring them to light.
Erik Ayers, Co-Founder of the Pivotal Plays Campaign, discusses why uncovering and recognizing these Pivotal Plays is paramount to the campaign itself.
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