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Your Urban Street Informer, giving you today's local hip-hop, fashion and entertainment live from the capital of the DMV...Annapolis. MD. . Hosted by Keep It Raw Entertainment's own Cell Spitfire & Tre' Da Kid. The show consist of exclusive interviews, independent Hip-Hop and R&B music, exclusive news and other urban topics. Follow us on twitter @RawRadio9738 Listen to the show LIVE on Thursdays at 10 by going to blogtalkradio.com/keepitraw or dial 646.721-9738
Any Artist interested in getting your music played on our show please send MP3's only to Keepitrawradio@gmail.com for further review.
An In-Depth discussion about education cuts being proposed in Annapolis, along with detailed budget details and possible tax/fee raises also being proposed! We shall speak with the Vice-Chair of the Baltimore City Council's Education Committee Carl Stokes, as well as other local and state legislators and community leaders & advocates! You DONT want to miss this SHOW!
On tonight's show:
Red Maryland's Choose Sugar campaign may be having an effect as Nanny Ken Ulman has revised the restrictions on sugary drinks at public events. Sort of. We'll discuss.
The Republican mayor of Annapolis has a great piece in the local paper showing how elected Republicans can bring fiscal responsibility to a deeply blue area like the city of Annapolis. An example of a winning message for Republicans in the most Democratic parts of the state.
Bringing an elected school board to Anne Arundel county has been a pet project of Red Maryland for years. Now a local candidate for the House of Delegates promises to fight for an elected school board if elected.
The Hogan for Governor campaign is making a push in Montgomery County. Can Hogan top the 40% threshold there? Does he need to do so to win? We'll discuss.
A celebration of the life of James Garner. Decorated war veteran, iconic actor and devoted Raiders fan, James Garner was a national treasure and will be missed. We'll play some clips from his best performances.
In honor of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and our Nation's birthday, World Footprints will travel the "Star-Spangled Banner" Trail by land and by sea through Maryland. Our first stop will be two historical sites in Baltimore--Ft. McHenry and the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House. Then we will explore Southern Maryland and travel to historic Jefferson Patterson Park and the Sotterley Plantation where we’ll learn about the two largest naval battles in Maryland’s history—the Battles of St. Leonard Creek. Finally, we will travel to Maryland’s capital in Annapolis to visit the U.S. Naval Academy for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Academy where we’ll learn about many artifacts from the War of 1812.
For more information about Maryland’s role in the War of 1812 visit www.StarSpangled200.org.
Jeff Antoniuk and The Jazz Update
Saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk is internationally respected as a jazz composer and musician. Now living in Annapolis, Maryland, the Canadian born artist appears on numerous recordings and has been consistently well received by critics.
With a master’s degree from the University of North Texas in jazz performance and West African ethnomusicology, Antoniuk spent a decade touring and recording with the Unified Jazz Ensemble. In 2004, he formed his own heavy hitting quartet, the Jazz Update.
The group celebrated the release of their first album together in 2007. Brimming with Antoniuk originals and luscious covers, the CD Here Today quickly climbed the jazz radio charts in the US and Canada and achieved stellar success in the world of high tech music sourced through high speed cable, Internet and broadband.
With the quartet’s 2010 album Brotherhood Antoniuk and company step out with fresh, memorable, and beautifully executed compositions. The progressive jazz disc delivers sophisticated and compelling rhythm, melody and harmony. Its global themes are brought home with depth and humor. Brotherhood began receiving significant airplay and advance sales even before the official release date.
Popular shows at Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian and U Street clubs show the Jazz Update to be equally adept at live performance. The group surprises and satisfies wherever they perform.
Women's solo Race Across America (RAAM) champion Janice Sheufelt joins us this evening for a discussion of her race experience! Janice has placed first racing The 508, Race Across Oregon, 2 Person Relay Race Across America and many more events and usually makes it look easy. RAAM 2014 through some previously unexperienced challenges her way but Janice overcame them all for a successful finish.
Race Across America is a 3,022 mile non-stop, coast to coast bicycle race. Janice started with the solo field Tuesday June 10 in Oceanside, CA and finished 11 days later in Annapolis, MD.
Melvin Stukes has been in public service for the past several years. With the redistricting of the new 44th, Stukes must go up against his former colleagues. This has caused a rippling effect throught the community. Stukes is known for his constituent services and working with entities like the black bail bondsmen. Stukes, in this interview, shares his vision for Baltimore and why he should be returned to Annapolis. The election is in three weeks.
Race Across America's Executive Director Rick Boethling joins us to discuss the upcoming. Race Across America (RAAM) soloists and all divisions of Race Across the West (RAW) get underway June 10. RAAM relay team racing begins Saturday June 14.
Both RAAM and RAW begin in Oceanside, CA and follow the same route to Durango, CO where RAW ends and RAAM continues to Annapolis, MD. RAAM is a 3,000 mile non stop, coast to coast bicycle race conisdered to be one of the most difficult sporting events in the world.
Now, you KNOW that if we have powerful presences like James Lloyd and Greg Adams - it's going to be a glorious event! And on INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY - whew!
The emphasis on this special day - Wednesday - not the usual Tuesday or Thursday - is on the global aspects of Jazz interpretation. And our guests, born in America, will speak of the importance of Jazz around the world. These artists have been rewarded richly with love and success because of their chosen paths - and that love comes from every corner. It's a mission to make sure that we acknowledge ALL of those corners! And we're looking forward to conveying that love :)
James Lloyd from the vastly successful group, Pieces of a Dream, will join us first. Those who know the show host here also know how much the musicans from Philadelphia receive a big focus - especially when they're brilliant! And talk about longevity...Pieces is celebrating 37 years in the business! Some kind of anniversary - and we'll talk about those fabulous years with James, hear sublime tracks from "In the Moment" (the first CD from the band on Shanachie!) and we'll also drum up excitement for the band's Blues Alley dates - coming in May!
A special thrill concerning our friend Greg Adams, who climbs aboard the Hybrid train in the last hour of the show. Such a treat to know that the founder of East Bay Soul has such great gigs on the way ths Summer - but a double decker delight to know that we have two pairs of tickets to give away! Those for the June 15th show at Ram's Head in Annapolis, Maryland! Thanks to Laura Price for the terrific suggestion - and a big thank you to Andrea Adams - and to Greg for spending time with us! You'll delight in the conversation - heck, especially on this most wonderful day to celebrate Jazz!!!
Tonight on a special expanded edition of the Red Maryland News Hour we are presenting a direct feed audio recording of the recent debate between the GOP candidates for Anne Arundel County Executive.
The debate was held at Maryland Hall in Annapolis, and was sponsored by the Capital/Gazette newspapers. Laura Neuman, the current County Executive, debated Delegate Steve Schuh. The event was moderated by the editor of the Capital, Steve Gunn.
First, we present some pre-debate interviews with the candidates, then the debate itself. It is followed by some post-debate interviews with the candidates. We also talk with the Executive Director of the Maryland Republican Party, Joe Cluster. We then interview the debate moderator, Steve Gunn.
The candidates also faced off at a forum in Crofton, and we bring you some of their comments at that event as well.
We then hear from Governor Martin O'Malley, as he comments during his last bill-signing ceremony as Governor. We next talk about a challenge to one of the controversial bills he signed this week.
Duane Keenan anchors Red Maryland's weekly news show, focusing on politics and policy from the State House and beyond.
On the @RedMaryland News Hour tonight at 8:
Federalists & Torries?
Court says prayer legit - Nat'l Day of Prayer event in Annapolis
Gov.Martin O'Malley signs the $10.10 wage
Eastern Shore Republicans bring neighbors their message
Program#016 for May 9th, 2014
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