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  • 00:56

    Let's Get Cooking, Destination Cuisine, with Host Lori Frazee

    in Cooking

    Join Lori with Destination Cuisine's own, Laura Raymond, as we chat Smokin' Iron Chef and her recent recognition with her Food Blog. If you're a foodie and food is a source of your travel, then you'll want to check out www.destinationcuisine.com.  World Food Championships will definately be part of the discussion, so hope you can join us.  Show starts at 9am EST

  • 01:59

    The Sentinel: Fanon & Canon

    in Entertainment

    The Little Black Dress challenge is a Sentinel fusion -- mixing the concept of the Sentinel with a different fandom.

    What's canon and what's fanon?

  • 01:30

    Food, Food, Food!

    in Food

    We all have our favorite meals.  Our favorite cuisines.  Our favorite foods.  Social media has really generated a lot of buzz for food, even more so than cable TV.  Because social networking allows people to reach those who may not even watch the Food Network or Cooking Channel.  


    How many times have you seen a photo from one of your Facebook friends of a burger that looks on point?  The first thing that you do is try to find out where you can get that burger.  It's actually pretty cool and it has create a community of people referred to as "foodies."


    On tonight's show, we'll discuss some of our food likes and dislikes, favorite and most hated restaurants, and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!  "No experts.  Just opinions."


    Show No. 481


    Scheduled for 75-90 mins.


    Brought to you by TruthDevour.com, LiquidLifeDrops.Us, and SearchForItHere.com


    For show info, go to www.Talk2Q.com

  • 03:00

    RELIEF FROM STRESS

    in Wrestling

    Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about trying to tape an episode for Memorial Day, The Tweeter And Booch Test Show, Celebrating his brother's Birthday at The Shakesphere Tavern, Ethopian Cuisine, Desmond calls in to talk about the difference between playing Dead Or Alive on a 12 string vs. a 6 string, Cell Phone Problems, his sister's miscarriage, and What happened last week in the world of wrestling. Elvis calls in to talk about Kevin Owens, how Triple H knows what the fans want, and his hatred for Zack Ryder. Then Booch and Desmond recap Monday Night RAW.

  • 00:19

    Cable Car Concerto / Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf

    in History

    Glen Hurlburt with Greg McRitchie ‎– Cable Car Concerto / Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf


     


    Link to listen and enjoy:


     


    A: Cable Car Concerto


    Label: Golden Gate Records ‎– 1001


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1947 


     Genre: Jazz Pop


    Style: Novelty            


    This song, written and performed by blind pianist Glen Hurlburt and orchestra,


     Was released at a time when some local politicos were considering scrapping many of the cable car lines.


    Show 200


     


    B:   Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf


     


    All credit due to the artist and musicians and Golden Gate Records


    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:  www.Facebook.com/s3productions2. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at oscssw@juno.com. I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way 


     


    Herb Caen, San Francisco's foremost newspaper columnist, rumored it. Roger Lapham, San Francisco's "infrequently beloved" businessman mayor, confirmed it. Friedel Klussmann, the President of the San Francisco Federation of the Arts, stopped it.


    The issue was a simple one; should San Francisco in 1947 keep the city-owned Powell Street cable cars running? In this environment Glen Hurlburt, a blind pianist, penned his "Cable Car Concerto." A concert orchestra played the "Cable Car Concerto." Hurlburt's "Concerto" cleverly takes us on round trip ride on the Powell-Mason cable from Market Street to the Fisherman's Wharf and back. Enjoy!


     

  • 01:30

    THE FUNKY RHYTHM CONNECTION with DONALD GRAMMER

    in Radio

    Funky beats, a rhythm that will keep you moving and meditating.  One of the better CONNECTIONS you're find on the Internet.  Donald Grammer cuts, blends, mixes jazz fusion, like no one else.  Music is the universal language.  When you have a great song on, it can mood you, and entice.  Close your eyes and hear new concepts and realisms with notes jumping off the graph.  Half notes, quarter notes, hip hop, R&B, fused with jazz and a spectrum of melody you won't forget.  Donald Grammer and a little bit of me, Tolliver.

  • 00:44

    Cri Du Chat "Cry of the Cat"- James Dickniete

    in Education

    James Dickniete returns to further discuss Cri Du Chat Syndrome in his family, some of the organizations to contact and upcoming events.


    http://www.criduchat.org/index.php/resources/organizations/   International Cri Du Chat Organization


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/385907554759706/  5P- Society/Cri Du Chat


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Child-Care-Fusion/259172294288279?ref=hl Child Care Fusion

  • 02:01

    At Eye Level 5/25/15 - Memories and other things divisible by 5

    in Entertainment

    Hey, what's five times three times five?  Ah, who cares?  But it's a day divisible by 5, which brings Frank Zappa to mind (cue "Five Five Five" from Shut Up N' Play Yer Guitar here), not to mention jazz fusion, prog and more.  Oh, yeah, and something about remembering veterans, too.  


    Remember when we had a country by and for the people, one for which men were courageous and willing to fight for our collective individual rights and freedoms?  Remember freedom of speech?  


    I know, it's been some time now since Y2K and the Presidency Where Sanity Went Away, and we got morons like Antonin Scalia telling us "the Constitution is dead", but some of us still believe in the "Grand Experiment" our Founding Fathers built for us, and know in our hearts that THAT'S what our vets were fighting to preserve...rather than the sad corporatocratic oligarchy and burgeoning serf fiefdom a band of red leaning lunatics are trying to dismantle our proud nation into.  


    So come and celebrate what this country is actually all about - the rights and freedoms of the individual, with a safety net for the general public, the rights of the lower and middle class worker over the wealthy shareholder and an eye towards the greater good.  


    It's Memorial Day on At Eye Level!

  • 00:32

    Taste the Islands with Chef Irie featuring Executive Producer Calibe Thompson

    in Lifestyle

    Calibe Thompson, Executive Producer, will join us to discuss  the success of the new PBS cooking series, Taste the Islands with Chef Irie.

  • 01:01

    Marisa Ronstadt : sings Bluberry Moon. Matt LeGrand: pop master heart throb

    in Music

    Marisa Ronstadt hails from a talented family whose name was made famous by her cousin, Linda Ronstadt. Marisa’s musical tastes are rooted in mariachi, R&B/soul, and rock, but like many Mexican-Americans raised in the U.S., her influences range from Lola Beltran and Pedro Infante, to The Beatles and Marvin Gaye.  Now In Los Angeles, Marisa began songwriting with Jeremy Keller, and before she knew it, they had given birth to a new band, Marisa and The Know It Alls. Her debut single Blueberry Moon is the first recording by “The Know-It-Alls” and she joins us this Friday to tell the story.


    Matt LeGrand is a an emerging pop singer based in Chicago whose music is a sleek mix of Nick Jonas’ style and Justin Bieber's urban feel mixed into a unique sound that’s entirely his own. His debut single “Spring Break GRL” blasts off with a booming beat, Matt’s vocals creating an unforgettable melody that flows fluidly across the slick synths aimed right at his legions of fans known as The Legrand Girls. He will bring “Spring Break GRL” and his other songs to us Friday and any LeGrand Girl who wants to call in a talk with him is welcome on the air.

  • 00:24

    Padre Jacinto Wacussanga fala sobre o massacre no monte Sumi - Huambo

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA): Tivemos o privilégio de entevistar o padre Jacinto Pio Wacussanga para abordar a o massacre no monte Sumi - Huambo. Padre Wacussanga,  teve a oportunidade falar com testemunhas credíveis duranrte a sua visita no Huambo. Segundo o nosso interlocutor, "O que me dói é ver, entre as presumíveis vítimas uma criança de dois anos. Estive no terreno e algumas testemunhas diziam que as crianças gritavam e imploravam aos polícias que lhes poupassem a vida. Nem com isso..." Padre Wacussanga acrescentou "a minha maior preocupação é a criminalização, ou mais do que isso, a "inimizalização" dos supostos membros da Seita a "Luz do Mundo". Muitos continuam a monte, com receio de represálias. Teremos todos de muito mais cedo do que pensámos, aceitar que ocorreu uma tragédia. Mais do que isso, precisamos gritar para proteger os inocentes que temem pelas suas vidas. Mais tarde, deveremos pensar como enfrentar a tragédia que mudará, em meu ver, a trajectória de Angola no concerto das Nações."

    Por Florindo Chivucute


    Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.