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The Westbank Country Opry - in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia - is gearing up to celebrate its 20th anniversary! In The Country is proud to present this 90 minute special featuring many of the Opry artists and their music.
Guests on this episode of In The Country are: Ben Klick, Sharon Heise, Beamer Wigley, Bill Bates, Jeremy Willis, Deb Stone, Pam Ferens, Ken & Linda Johnson, Lavern Panich, Karen Halvorsen.
Be sure to check out the Opry's website www.westbankcountryopry.com
Join us for a complete rundown of the 20th Anniversary of Monday Night Raw. Diamond K is joined by Lee Sanders from RCWR Radio Show to discuss the episode which featured The Rock+ John Cena+ CM Punk + more.
Legendary Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho celebrates the 20th anniversary of his most beloved novel, The Alchemist. Plus, the secret of his 30-year marriage.
June 28th marks the twentieth anniversary of Chicken Soup for the Soul. To commemorate this auspicious achievement, Chicken Soup is releasing two special anniversary editions. First, the original book continues to open the heart and rekindle the spirit. The twentieth special anniversary collection includes inspirational and personal stories of how Chicken Soup for the Soul changed lives, paired with the life-changing story itself. Second, this special twentieth anniversary collection celebrates the power of storytelling. Readers share their inspirational and personal stories about how a Chicken Soup for the Soul story made a difference in their lives, paired with the life-changing story itself. It’s a double dose of inspiration.
Join Amy Newmark, Chicken Soup’s publisher and editor-in-chief, and me on Tuesday, June 25, 10-11 A.M. US., as we stroll down memory lane to discuss Chicken Soup for the Soul yesteryear and the company’s future.
EPISODE #277: On this special edition of The RCWR Show, Lee reflects on the third & final album "In Utero" from Seattle rock band Nirvana as this month marks the 20th anniversary of its release. The entire album is being played for all to hear as Lee also gives you an honest review of the Super Deluxe re-release of In Utero that has 70 tracks including new mixes, remixed, demos and B-sides. Is it worth buying? Find out!
Welcome to the January 14, 2013 edition of The Blitz Hardcore Podcast featuring our coverage of the 20th Anniversary of WWE Monday Night RAW. Did Stone Cold show up? Did Brock Lesnar show up? Did The Undertaker show up? Did DX show up? We'll tell you what happened, what we thought about The Rock concert, and we're sending some flames John Cena's way and the WWE's way, trust me.
We will also talk some NBA basketball as well.
Released in 1993, The Sandlot is an enduring family favorite that recalls the wonders of childhood and the timeless pasttime of baseball.
In our 20th anniversary celebration of this classic film, the Movie Geeks speak with writer/director David Mickey Evans (Radio Flyer).
4th of July---special replay
After some brief technical issues, Dish and Dennis have a gala 20th Anniversary Celebration marking Fantasy Insights' 20th year online. Join the guys and Bob Harris, Jim Lenz and US Army Lt. Colonel Adrian Shanahan for a fantastic show.
Dish and Dennis will be back with our next live show on July 11 at 5:00 pm ET.
This should be another discussion-filled episode, as we talk about Nicki Minaj's latest provacative cover art controversey. As we always do, we'll make sure to cover all elements of hip hop in New York City, and this week, the Rock Steady Crew 37th anniversary weekend was a great example of how one of hip hop's pioneering organizations continues to celebrate all aspects of hip hop music and culture.
We'll also talk with Danielle Mastrion who was commissioned to paint a Beastie Boys tribute mural on the corner of Rivington and Ludlow, the iconic intersection on the cover of the group's album Paul's Boutique.
You know we like to go old to the new, so we'll have a bunch of new, noteworthy rap releases to share with you.
So tune in LIVE starting at 10pm, and get ready to call in and discuss with us.
Invisible Man is a novel by Ralph Ellison, published by Random House in 1952.
It addresses many of the social and intellectual issues facing African-Americans early in the twentieth century, including black nationalism, the relationship between black identity andMarxism, and the reformist racial policies of Booker T. Washington, as well as issues of individuality and personal identity.
Invisible Man won the U.S. National Book Award for Fiction in 1953. In 1998, the Modern Library ranked Invisible Man nineteenth on its list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century. Time magazine included the novel in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005.