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WACR: BlogTalkRadio: The History and Tradition of Christmas Trees.When, where and who began the tradition of the beautifully decorated trees in our homes and what is its significance. How many of you know? Listen to Nick and Eva on Wednesday, December 10th, at 7:30 PM (EST). Call TOLL-FREE (323) 792 2931 to listen or comment. We look forward to hearing from you. This show is sponsored by A Few Good Books Publishing.
Christmas (Christian Mass) is an increasingly popular annual religious tradition of the nativity, which is the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ and his legacy of joy of enlightenment, peace on earth, freedom, civility, and unity of all mankind. This custom is celebrated with exchange of gifts, sharing of stories and musical cantata, as well as displays and decorations such asChristmas trees.
Christmas has become the largest annual economic stimulus for many nations around the world. Sales increase dramatically in almost all retail areas and shops introduce new products as people purchase gifts, decorations, and supplies. There are approximately 400 million Christians in Africa who celebrate the Christmas tradition. Although plastic trees and inflatable Santa Claus were popular in Africa, new wealth effect, new level of sophistication, explosion of Christian growth and the influx of foreigners are creating a boom in Christmas tree sales.
Few years ago, Burundi's government banned cutting down of trees to be used for Christmas festivities. The country claimed it had lost enough of its forest cover and could not afford any more trees to be cut down. Join us as we explore the pros and cons in the business and recycling of Christmas trees in Africa.
Host: Ernest K. Opong
Contributor: Wasiu Alade
Producer: Wale Ajibade
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, hosts, June Stoyer and Tom Theobald talk to Commercial beekeeper, Jeff Anderson about the new Pesticide-Free Zones and later on in the program, Miles McGaughey, President of the Boulder County Beekeepers Association will talk about concerns over Colorado Department of Agriculture’s recommended use of neonicotinoids to treat ash trees for the Emerald Ash Borer. Stay tuned!
Are you an avid gardener or are just learning about gardening? Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and by sending us your feedback, you could win one of our monthly prizes!
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Bruce Pavitt was born 1959 in Chicago IL. At the age of nine, he sold Christmas cards door-to-door in the summer heat, earning enough money to buy his first record player, and soon after, his first record (“Revolution” by the Beatles). A lifelong passion for music brought him to the Evergreen state college in Olympia, WA, in 1979, where he spent time as a DJ at KAOS-FM. Soon after, he started his own zine named SUB POP, which reviewed hard-to-find independent rock recordings. In 1983 Bruce moved to Seattle, where he started the SUB POP indie music column for the Rocket magazine, hosted a SUB POP radio show on KCMU-FM, was a DJ at the infamous Metropolis all ages club, as well as the Vogue and Re-Bar.In 1984, he co-founded Fallout Records, the first indie rock record store in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. In 1986 he launched the SUB POP record label with the release of a compilation album: SUB POP 100, featuring NY’s Sonic Youth and Seattle’s U-Men. In 1988, along with business partner Jonathan Poneman, Bruce opened the doors to the SUB POP offices at First and Virginia in downtown Seattle. By the early 90′s SUB POP had released recordings by Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Mark Lanegan, Beat Happening, TAD, The Walkabouts, Steven Jessie Bernstein and helped initiate a global interest in Seattle area music.In 2012, Bruce released Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989a photo journal documenting his travel experiences with Sub Pop bands in Europe. . IN 2014, a compilation of his early Sub Pop zines and columns entitled,Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980-1988.
Bruce Pavitt currently lives on Orcas Island in Washington State. In addition to working as the Creative Director at 8Stem he also keeps engaged in music by speaking at conferences and festivals, consulting with artists and music labels, and as a DJ.
Everyone's favorite day of the week is Friday and this month we have five of them. That's something to celebrate just by itself. But we also have Statehood in Wisconsin and Rhode Island, birthdays of Bob Hope and JFK, and Paperclips to celebrate. Plus it's always fun to celebrate White Christmas at the end of May. Listen in to learn more about these and other events of the day.
Tonight 8:00-10 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.
This last week has been busy and we plan to talk about all of it.
Tuesday along with Michigan Mothers United, Steve Miller and 2 Victim clients we testified before the House Judiciary Committee regarding the forfeiture bills, we will be discussing that event.
Wednesday along with several other outstanding testimonies, had the opportunity to speak and encourage the new conditions panel to recommend autism as a new condition for the MMMA program.
.Leap representative, retired detective and Gulf war veteran Steve Miller.
Rick with the News
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
Join host Susun Weed as our discussion of the 13 Sacred Trees continues!
This show is a weekly half hour class airing at 10 pm eastern time on Tuesday evenings.
And remember that the archives can be listened to at any time!
Susun is an author and teacher who discusses herbal medicine and psychology of healing as well as running the Wise Woman Center and more!
Check out her books here: http://www.herbalmedicinehealing.com/store/default.php
This shiow is meant to inspire and educate join us in our circle!!!
Join us on Thursday, May 28 at 11 a.m. for a reporters' roundtable discussion as Record Talk Radio broadcasts its 100th episode.
So far, our guests will include Record reporters Linda Moss, Scott Fallon and Mary Jo Layton.
Moss will talk about her story on the contested Republican primary race in Rutherford where incumbent Joseph DeSalvo is facing challenger Daphne Williams-Fox, the grand-daughter of famed poet William Carlos Williams.
The fate of the performing arts center that bears Williams' name is one of the key issues in the race, which GOP voters will decide next week.
Fallon will talk about his recent story on the leaf munching moths and other insects headed our way this summer.
Layton will discuss her recent stories on a data breach at a billing company used by emergency room physicians.
If you have questions you'd like me to ask our guests, please forward your suggestions to me at: email@example.com.
Sow and Dipity with Shelley Levis
May 27, 2015 at 7pm ET
"Right plant, right place... This couldn't be more true for small spaced gardens! Patio's and small gardens struggle with space, sunlight and privacy. What low growing trees work in containers? What flowering shrubs grow in shade? Tune in to the final show in the outdoor room series as we discuss how to have a big garden in a little space.
Missed the other shows in this series? Find Creating an Outdoor Space and Night Gardens at www.natureschannel.fm
Andrew Dixon Former San Francisco Giant baseball player- SPORTS CHAT international SHOW
RAFEL SKEETE: | Played: 1985-1991 Positions. OF-455, 2B-1, 1B-1born in the island of St. Maarten.
The Andrew Dixon Foundation is to develop self- esteem and motivate youth through the eyes of baseball. The past 3 years has been developing baseball throughout Jamaica primary schools, certifying and teaching
. Along with the annual back to school and Christmas projects give-a-ways. It has been brought to my attention that one of the rural primary schools St. Elizabeth "St. Mary's primary school" is without proper bathroom facilities. We have agreed to take on this project to build two bathroom facilities for this school, which we are seeking support and donations to help complete this project. The cost of this project is estimated at $20,000.00 US and our portion is $10,000.00 half of the cost. The Jamaican government is willing to assist us with the remaining balance. The families of the students who attends the school will be assisting by contributing labor and other help as well. The bathrooms will consist of 4 commodes for the girls, 3 commodes for the boys with 3 urinals, 2 sinks will be provided in both along with the basic doors. We will provide photos of the existing bathrooms with current conditions students has endured for the past years. We kindly thank you in advance for your assistance and all donation proceeds. All amounts are highly appreciated. Once, again thanks for your support. Sincerely Andrew Dixon Foundation Andrew Dixon
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Tune in tonight, Kate Baltzell of Trees Atlanta stops in to share the history and mission since 1985 of addressing tree loss, protecting trees and creating green space. Listen to hear how this organization has made a impact on Atlanta 96,000 trees later.
Don't miss this show!