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Ladies and Gentlemen, we had a good show last week. So we're doing it all over again! It's another open mic night were any topic is fair game and there's no holds barred, Join Ken and Beth as they duke it out verbally, of course, in discussion about the most exciting (to them) topics of the day. Call in to speak with the hosts at (347) 215-9971, join the online chat room or just languish in the audio stream. It's all good, but we'd really like to hear from you Call us!
IT'S OPEN TALK TUESDAY TONIGHT WE ARE GOING TO TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING TONIGHT AND LEAVE THE SUBJECTS UP TO YOU. WE WILL TALK AND PLAY SOME MUSIC, AND LIKE ALWAYS GET YOUR COMMENTS ON THING GOING ON AROUND IN THE WORLD AND AT HOME.
OPEN TALK IS WHAT WE DO AND YOU CAN SAY WANT YOU WANT HOW YOU WANT NO HOLD BARRED. NO SUBJECT IS OFF LIMITS TO TALK ABOUT BUT YOU MUST CALL IN OR HIT US ON FACEBOOK AT OTLESJACKSON OR BOSSCONDUCTOR YOU CAN ALSO CALL IN AT 1-718-664-9476 TO TALK ON THE AIR LIVE.
OPEN TALK WITH LES JACKSON KEEPING IT REAL IN A FAKE WORLD.
IT'S OPEN TALK FRIDAY WITH LES JACKSON AND TONIGHT YOU CAN TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU LIKE OR LISTEN TO ME PLAY MUSIC TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD FOR AND GREAT WEEKEND.
OPEN TALK FRIDAY AND YES WE WILL TALK SOME OF EVERYTHING TONIGHT, IT'S NO HOLDS BARRED TONIGHT. LIVE, SPORTS PLAYOFFS, RELATIONS, CRAZY STUFF THAT WENT ON THIS WEEK, IT'S OPEN TALK.
IT'S OPEN TALK FRIDAY AND YOU CAN JOIN IN THE FUN AT 718-664-9476 OR FACEBOOK AND TWITTER SO JOIN IN AND HAVE SOME FUN WITH US LIVE 7:30 PM EST.
Poetry and texts like the Tao Te Ching will enter this half hour of sharing Dharma with Jaya Julienne Ashmore.
The sweetness and the seriousness, the rough and the fine, the fire and the freshness.
Together we will touch the paradoxes of life and of our ways of growing ripe.
We can sense our inner need and love of fluidity, and we can sense where we have grown rigid or stuck in our lives. Accepting the contrasts and surprises of life and transformation, we can come into a genuine living.
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Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown will discuss basic social media daily activities. When to tweet, how long an article should be, best days to send out a newsletter, etc. Join us with your questions.
THIS IS THE SPECIAL EDITION SHOW OF OPEN TALK WITH LES JACKSON COMING LIVE EARLY THIS MORNING TO TALK TO YOU AND TALK ABOUT WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND.
This is a show where I can discuss my views on a various topics with teens and adults. .Sometimes there is disconnect and this show is aimed to help bridge the GAP!! To find a little humor in the things we all do and maybe understand each other a little better (maybe). My goal is to encourage, help support and help motivate people in all areas of life and I hope that we will learn and teach others we come in contact with.
Tonight we delve back into the National Football League as some early off-season news is grabbing some headlines. Particular focus will be spent on the possible relocation of the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers to Los Angeles that could alter the NFL in a big way. Plus, some early draft talk! Call us (773) 897-6156.
On this edition of the Open Stage, Michelle will interview the new facilitator for the SAW Songwriter’s Toolbox, Karl Straub. Karl is a performing songwriter with a variety of groups and teaches private music lessons. With his former band, The Graverobbers, he recorded 5 albums of his original songs. Several local groups including Last Train Home, Little Pink, and The Grandsons have also recorded Karl’s songs. In 2013, he co-wrote a musical called “Hangtown Dancehall” with Eric Brace. The soundtrack to the musical was released in 2013 and is available from Red Beet Records, Eric Brace's Nashville-based label. The musical was inspired by the California Gold Rush. It debuted in Nashville and has been performed at the Birchmere in Alexandria. In this interview, we'll talk about Straub’s musical background and his vision for the Songwriter’s Toolbox. We'll also play some of Karl's music. Straub’s first Songwriter’s Toolbox workshop will be held Saturday, January 24th, at the Surge, 1988 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101, from 10am-12:30pm. The Songwriter’s Toolbox will continue each 4th Saturday of the month throughout the year. For more information on the Toolbox, visit the SAW website