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  • 01:26

    Bill Wickersham, UFOs and Nuclear Weapons

    in Paranormal

    Bill Wickersham is an adjunct professor of peace studies at the University of Missouri–Columbia, and a UFO enthusiasts. He has been researching and lecturing on the topic for years. He has written several articles and opinion pieces that have been published in newspapers such as the Columbia Daily Tribune, and appears regularly on KBIA Mid-Missouri Public Radio to discuss UFO news. In this interview, we talk to Bill about how he got interested in the topic of UFOs, what his colleagues think of his paranormal interests, correlations he sees between UFOs and nuclear weapons, and much more.

  • 00:29

    Interview with Model Kenise Taylor, Starbucks Secret Menu, and more!

    in Fashion

    I will interview Kenise Taylor today about her modeling career, talk about how to order off of Starbucks secret menu, beauty blenders and more! 


     

  • 02:01

    STATE OF THE BLACK PARENT W/ SHAUNES RICHARDSON (Blogtalkradio)

    in Current Events

    State of the Black Parent w/ Shaunes Richardson is a novice (layman) and information blogtalk radio.  Tune in on Mondays at 7pm East Coast/ New York Time by dialing (914)803-4571  as we speak on various current events in the New York City region. 


    Aware of the current discussion of updating renter rights in NYC,  1968 Columbia Univeristy students barricade the dean's office,  Brooklynite want to hack black spending (Stem Nation), and Rep. Heffries Held Outdoor Office Hours for Bedstuy
    Dial (914)803-4571  Care to Share!


    Education, Economics, & Enterprise of the Alkebulan Bloodline


    #blackunity #bpnow #statebp #blkyouthradio #BlackParentsLive #blacklivescount


     


     

  • 01:58

    Hard Starboard Radio: The Beginning Of The End Of PC?

    in Politics Conservative

    Gun violence is increasing nationwideas Obama DOJ handcuffs locoal police; U.S. anti-missile interceptors have "serious technical flaws"; How about Walker-Rubio 2016?; In British Columbia, they're all androgynes now; Iranian proxies capture at least four Americans in Yemen; Scott Walker would reverse Obamnesty and a lot more - and he's willing to promise it; Patriot Act and U.S. Counterterrorism, RIP; Al Sharpton targets the 2016 Republican National Convention - literally; Gaps in software makes U.S. military vulnerable to cyberattacks, or "how to make Kim jong-Un, Vladimir Putin, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Ali Khamenei, and Xi Jinping orgasm simlutaneously"; and Laura Kipnis’s incredible ordeal and the beginning of the end of PC.


     

  • 00:40

    America's Classical Music Jazz

    in Music

    Washington, D.C. has many exceptional vocalist, join me this evening when I interview one of them, Heidi Martin.  She is a vocalist and composer who is a native Washingtonian.  Also, trumpeter Russell Gunn who grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois will join us. Heidi Martin and Russell Gunn will perform together at Bohemian Caverns this weekend.  Heidi studied at the University of the District of Columbia with Professor Calvin Jones.  In addition, she took private lessons with drummer/vocalist Grady Tate.  Since that time she has performed in New York often and around the world.  Russell Gunn has had a Grammy nominated recording, Ethnomusicology vol. 1.  In 1999, Oliver Lake saw him performing in St. Louis and invited him to perform in New York.  Next, he was heard by Denis Jeter, an assistant to Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center, who recommended him for the third trumpet chair in Marsalis' Blood on the Fields.  After receiving rave notices for his performances, he began to earn recognition.  As a result, he has many recordings and has traveled all over the world playing jazz music.  Jazz lives at Jazz Notes!


     

  • 02:50

    Police brutality

    in Current Events

    The Justice Department releases statistics on this and related issues, although these datasets are only periodically updated: It found that in 2008, among people who had contact with police, “an estimated 1.4% had force used or threatened against them during their most recent contact, which was not statistically different from the percentages in 2002 (1.5%) and 2005 (1.6%).” In terms of the volume of citizen complaints, the Justice Department also found that there were 26,556 complaints lodged in 2002; this translates to “33 complaints per agency and 6.6 complaints per 100 full-time sworn officers.” However, “overall rates were higher among large municipal police departments, with 45 complaints per agency, and 9.5 complaints per 100 full-time sworn officers.” In 2011, about 62.9 million people had contact with the police


    [A]ccording to the CDC, in Oklahoma the rate at which black people are killed per capita by law enforcement is greater than anywhere else in the country. That statistic is taken from data collected for the years 1999-2011. During that same time period, Oklahoma’s rate for all people killed by law enforcement, including all races, is second only to New Mexico. However, Oklahoma, the District of Columbia, Nevada and Oregon are all tied for the rate at which people are killed. (The CDC treats the District of Columbia as a state when collecting and displaying statistics.) In Missouri, where Mike Brown lived and died, black people are killed by law enforcement twice as frequently as white people. Nationwide, the rate at which black people are killed by They note that among 36 different studies published since the 1980s, the rates of force asserted vary wildly, from a high of more than 30% to rates in the low single digits.


     

  • 02:01

    Reach Out America: Taking Off the Gloves

    in Current Events

    About out host:


    Ernest Lee is the father of 5, grandfather of 7.  He lists those as his 12 reasons for writing this booklet.  In his near 60 years he has owned food establishments, bars, auto dealerships, a weekly newspaper and a radio station.   He has also been a performing musician, taught guitar and voice, hosted karaoke, worked on a farm, herded cows, broken horses, driven everything from hot cars to buses to big trucks to combines to tractors and bulldozers.  Ernest has held suit and tie jobs in big corporations and worked wearing t-shirt and jeans.  He has lived in the Southeast, Midwest and the Western States.  He has traveled the lower 48 States and Alaska in a big rig.


    Bill Muckler was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Attended Christian Brothers College High School (an Army Junior ROTC School) in St. Louis. Graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with a B.A. in Psychology (Personnel Management) with 2 years Air Force ROTC.


     


    Military. Completed the USMC Officer Candidate Course in Quantico, VA. Spent 4.5 years on active duty as an officer in the Marine Corps. Holds the permanent rank of Captain. (Top Secret Security Clearance)

  • 01:41

    No More Excuses for not Exercising

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and callers this Saturday, May 30, at 9:00 a.m., as we discuss the many benefits of exercising and why we should have no more excuses for not exercising.


    "Something is better than nothing.  Start with 10 minutes or 10 minutes twice a day, and build from there.  Though you will be tired when you exercise, within two weeks of regular exercise, you will have more energy."


    Call into the studio with your questions and or comments: 347-945-7433 or visit www.pihradio.net to listen to the show.


    Broadcasting live from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., on location from Celebration Church in Columbia, Md.

  • 00:13

    Vernon Dalhart

    in History

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Dalhart, Vernon Wreck of the Shenandoah


    Stone Mountain Memorial


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Dalhart, Vernon wreck of the Shenandoah


    15041D Columbia Records W140929 9/11/25


    STONE MOUNTAIN MEMORIAL


    W140930 9/11/25


    Vernon Dalhart (1883 – 1948) born Marion Try Slaughter, was a popular American singer and songwriter of the early decades of the 20th century. He is a major influence in the field of country music. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970, into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1981 and into the Gennett Records Walk of Fame in 2007


    USS Shenandoah was the first of four United States Navy rigid airship. It was built in 1922–1923 at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, and first flew in September 1923.  And made the first crossing of North America by airship. USS Shenandoah crashed on land (and thus be suitable as a tourist attraction). On September 3, 1925, it was ordered to conduct an ill-advised publicity tour of Midwestern state fairs. Less than 24 hours into its flight "the strongest airship in the world" was caught in a thunderstorm, torn to pieces, and scattered across the rolling hills of Noble County in southeastern Ohio. 


    Stone Mountain Memorial Craving  


    The largest high relief sculpture in the world, the Confederate Memorial Carving, depicts three Confederate heroes of the Civil War, President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.  

  • 00:22

    Another typical day with Norman Cloutier, Frances Wayne, & Arthur Godfrey

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Another  typical day with Norman Cloutier, Frances Wayne, & Arthur Godfrey


    NORMAN CLOUTIER (B.SNYDER) HEIGH HO


    Frances Wayne / Buddy Baker Orch. Happiness is a thing called Joe


    Mother never told me


    Arthur Godfrey You're over the hill


    FRANCES WAYNE with BUDDY BAKER ORCH JANUARY WOMAN


    SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (v Nola Day)


    Podcast Link 


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    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:


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    Arthur Godfrey You're over the hill


    Columbia 38195 (co38577) 12/??/47


    By Leslie, Harris under the direction of Archie Bleyer


    Mother never told me


    By Murdock & Clark


    CO38579 12/??/47


    Exclusive Record 17X exc-1124, rel. 8/47


    FRANCES WAYNE with BUDDY BAKER ORCH. HAPPINESS IS A THING CALLED JOE,


    Written By Harburg & Arlen


    JANUARY WOMAN


    Exc-1123, written By HERRICK – HOOVEN


    Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe - EXCLUSIVE (USA, late 40's) - 17X - 1947-08-01; Composer: Harburg - Arlen; matrix: 1124; ~3 min


    January Woman - EXCLUSIVE (USA, late 40's) - 17X - Composer: Herrick – Hooven ; matrix: 1123; ~3 min


    NORMAN CLOUTIER (B.SNYDER) HEIGH HO


    8-03-06 Perfect Record 22332=1 xref # CQ8992 1/13/38


    MOREY-CHURCHILL "7 Dwarfs" 


    SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (v Nola Day)


    22336=2 xref # CQ8992A 1/27/38


    MOREY-CHURCHILL "7 Dwarfs


     

  • 00:56

    Youth Suicide Contagion: Implications for Colleges and Universities

    in Health

    Presenter: Madelyn S. Gould, Ph.D., M.P.H. ,  Professor of Epidemiology in Psychiatry, CUMC/ Research Scientist, NYSPI.  Contact information: gouldm@nyspi.columbia.edu


    Moderator:  Alison Lake, M.A., Research Scientist and Project Director, NYSPI


    Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students in U.S., with approximately 1,100 students dying by suicide each year.  In addition, approximately 1% of undergraduates attempt suicide and 6-9% seriously consider suicide each year. It is recognized that youth suicide is influenced by many factors; research has indicated that one such factor is suicide contagion, a phenomenon to which teenagers and young adults are particularly vulnerable. Suicide contagion, sometimes referred to as suicide modeling, is the process wherein the direct or indirect knowledge of one suicide facilitates the occurrence of a subsequent suicide. There is ample evidence to support concerns about suicide contagion/modeling; several sources of this evidence will be presented.  Given the prevalence of suicide on college campuses, and the associated risk of contagion and clustering, it is imperative that colleges develop effective and comprehensive postvention strategies. This blogtalk will present specific postvention strategies that colleges and universities can use to limit the risk of further suicides through contagion.