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December 11 - Jazz Band - Airborne
With a career spanning decades, "musical peacemakers" of contemporary jazz, Airborne, sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
Airborne has a beautiful trademark jazz sound of Island Passion and Urban Emotion. The band’s hot rhythms smoothly cruise on a cool sea of music and voices. Joyful Jazz with A Message!
Join me as I talk to founding members, Thomas and Greg Borino, about the groups 25th Anniversary CD, and we spread some Christmas warmth.
June 14 - Contemporary Jazz Group - Airborne
Sounds of passion and emotion, a multi-cultural product of the band's hometown of New Haven, CT. Formed in 1988, these veterans of jazz have remained within the jazz social mainstream with total dedication to their music, skills, and goals.
Airborne has been graciously proclaimed the “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz and have been awarded a Merit of Honor by the World Peace Organization for their excellence in World Music and as Humanitarians.
Hey jazzers! Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride here. Join me and my co-hosts Aira & Mike as we chat with Tom & Greg Borino of the "Musical Peacemakers of Contemporary Jazz," Airborne. We'll also play tracks from their new release, Silver Skies, which celebrates their 25th Anniversary in the music biz. Listeners with questions or comments for the Borinos can call in on 1-858-777-8436. "See" ya there!
Airborne is a multi-cultural Contemporary Jazz group based from New Haven, CT USA.Formed in the 1980’s these veterans of jazz celebrate years of recordings, jazz festivals, concerts, and clubs. The members have toured across the World. Airborne has many award winning and chart topping CD’s and has received worldwide airplay and international acclaim.Airborne the proclaimed “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World.
(139) John Adame and Raymond Ramirez US Army Veterans
Today I am back at the Whittier Museum talking to John Adame 9th Infantry and Raymond Ramirez, 173 rd Airborne Brigade to sort of do part of a show we did a couple of weeks ago. Since that show I have doing some research and reading and I just wanted to let both of these Gentleman tell some more of their stories. I also want Mr. Ramirez to share some of his stoires in trying to reach out to fellow veterans. Both Gentlemen are Vietnam Veterans who went on to do other things in their lives.
Should be fun to do some story telling
I would be remiss if i did not say THANK YOU to the Whittier Museum , Whittier museum for letting me use their facillites
Tonight Listen to The Gist of Freedom! We will be joined by community activist iEsha Sekou from Street Corner Resources. iEsha will discuss The Michael Brown Case, Ferguson, Demilitarizing local police departments and Restoring Police Residency requirements. WWW.BlackHistoryBlog.com
"Nowadays, police are looking, and acting, more like soldiers than cops, with bad consequences. And those who suffer the consequences are usually innocent civilians.
Why armored vehicles in a Midwestern inner suburb? Why would cops wear camouflage gear against a terrain patterned by convenience stores and beauty parlors? Why are the authorities in Ferguson, Mo. so given to quasi-martial crowd control methods (such as bans on walking on the street) and, per the reporting of Riverfront Times, the firing of tear gas at people in their own yards? (“‘This my property!’ he shouted, prompting police to fire a tear gas canister directly at his face.”) Why would someone identifying himself as an 82nd Airborne Army veteran, observing the Ferguson police scene, comment that “We rolled lighter than that in an actual warzone”?
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with nearly 4000 schools participating.
Son of a Soldier is a gripping new book written by author Eddie Williams, a West Point graduate and former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger and Green Beret. This book is about his amazing life and family secrets, describing his struggle to overcome adversity and achieve lofty goals against the odds. If you’ve ever thought you couldn’t accomplish something or wouldn’t amount to anything, you’ll think again after reading his story.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in three foreign countries.
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WARNING - Yes, Ebola can be spread by inhalation. Two American medical missionaries appear to have come down with EBOLA by spraying down their protective clothing with disinfectant. It seems that the disinfectant spray aerosolized the infectious contamination on their protective clothing. Now consider what it means for the spread of EBOLA when the people spraying the disinfectant on their protective clothing die from that action.Its this airborne potentiality which makes EBOLA basically untreatable and un-quarantineable in anything but a very few Level 4 Biosafety facilities.Proff - (2012) The government has known for two years that Ebola is airborn. Why are not flights being stopped to other countries, especially Africa? See this report from the government itself -
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