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Matt VanVolkenburg's prolific blog 'Gusts of Popular Feeling' celebrates it's 10th year of analysis on Korean society, history, urban space, film and current events this month.
In the final segment of a 3-part interview, Matt talks about marijuana, rock music and the counterculture and their relationship with dictator Park Chung-hee in the military police state of 1970s South Korea.
For an epic 10 year run of writing check out VanVolkenburg's archived work athttp://populargusts.blogspot.kr/
Music in this episode- Young Sound '???'
KB and the Revolutionary Ryders wrap up the week in sports, music, entertainment, politics and damn near everything else. Featuring LPE on the wheels of steel. MILWAUKEES finest Internet radio show, accept no substitutes. If Black people are talking, they're talking on Chocolate SIty. Tell a friend to tell a friend! ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUES CHOCOLATE SITY IS THE PREMEIER SOURCE FOR BLACK EXSPRESSION. YOUVE TRIED THE REST NOW ROCK WITH THE BEST.
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He's been called the "prince of hippie-punk" and is one of the founding members of Country Joe and the Fish...join May and Cynthia as they welcome back show favorite, the fish himself, Barry Melton...known for never pulling his punch...his experiences with the original counterculture made him legendary. He's on with the girls...live...noon eastern...today.
On this episode we spoke about tarot and politics and how they interconnect. So many historical references, my love of banana bread and how our essence really boils down to love.
Most importantly you get to hear if he prefers Italian or Chinese, Staying home or Bob Seger.
Join this conversation as Bill shares his vast knowledge of history, comedians (Godfrey Cambridge, Louis CK, Dick Gregory), politicians (Ronald Regan, Tea Party Movement, Martin Luther King), the Feminine Mystique, Gay Marriage, PTSD, the Chicago 8, tarot (Mary Greer) and the effects of LSD displayed on a stage show.
Listen and be Shone about the counterculture.
Authors on the Air presents pulp & crime fiction author Tom Pitts, who steps behind the microphone for a LIVE interview with Benjamin Whitmer. Tom Pitts is an acquisitions editor at Gutter Books and a co-editor at OOTG’s Flash Fiction Offensive. Benjamin Whitmer says this about himself: Benjamin Whitmer was born and raised on back-to-the-land communes and counterculture enclaves ranging from Southern Ohio to Upstate New York. One of his earliest and happiest memories is of standing by the side of a country road with his mother, hitchhiking to parts unknown. Since then, he's been a factory grunt, a vacuum salesman, a convalescent, a high-school dropout, a graduate student, a semi-truck loader, an activist, a kitchen-table gunsmith, a squatter, a college professor, a dishwasher, a technical writer, and a petty thief. Tom and Benjamin will be discussing CRY FATHER.
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Author Robert Wintner shares his life lessons and insights from books and biography....1969 & Then Some and Brainstorm.
1969 was that pivotal year for the baby boomers. Young and innocent, they were given the ultimate freedoms and were faced with growing up.
This touching, hilarious memoir is the true story of a late sixties grand tour of Europe—a life- defining parable, for those who remember and for those who can’t. Never before and not since have a handful of seasons so exquisitely defined the difference between right and wrong. With the gift of youth they saw, sensed, and savored the laughably clear distinction between profit motive and greed, between truth and propaganda, between national interest and defense contractors, between a lovely cloud of smoke and the smoke of napalm, and between the phantoms of security and the dangers of complacency and atrophy.
Stoned to the gills and then some, these
adventurers saw and felt and knew things that no generation before did. Some fully engaged in the counterculture while others merely observed, sticking
a left foot in, pulling a left foot out, but not quite jumping to the full hokeypokey.
It was an incredible time of self-discovery, of love, and of finding out what you were made of.
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Korea’s back-to-the-land movement is an unprecedented phenomenon in modern Korean history. What’s driving tens of thousands of Koreans to leave the conveniences and comforts of the city to start a new life in rural Jeju?
Agnes Sohn is an American cultural anthropologist with a focus on social and cultural movements. She recently completed three months of field research under a Fulbright-Hays grant and returns to the island in the fall to continue her doctoral dissertation.
In this interview she discusses the root causes of Seoul's growing urban exodus and the challenges and complications that arise for new arrivals attempting to integrate into the mostly elderly and primarily agricultural communities of rural Jeju.
Special interview assist from Jeju dialect language preservationist Moira Saltzman.
Music for this episode courtesy of folk legend ??? with ??? ???https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5-ifLVyoMM
In our first LIVE episode of Season IX, BoA:Audio ventures to southern California in the 1960s and early 1970s with our guest Dave McGowan, author of Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream. We'll learn about how the early p...layers in rock and roll history crossed paths with the intelligence community, the Manson Family, and a variety of other strange and suspicious characters. We'll examine whether this crosspollination of ideas and backgrounds was serendipitous or part of a larger agenda aimed at creating and controlling the counterculture. More info on Dave McGowan @ http://www.davesweb.cnchost.com/
It's another episode of the Flagship, Red Maryland Radio, with Brian Griffiths and Greg Kline.
On tonight's episode:
At 8:05 we're hear from the Baltimore County Central Committee on their efforts to repeal the Rain Tax next week.
Many Democrats are already writing off Larry Hogan's 2014 victory as a function of disaffected Democrats staying home.
There might be a rising conservative counterculture, and The Federalist suggests some principles for it.
Pamula Ann Sigler Taylor marched in Washington D.C. for the March for life this past January, 2015 in memory of the Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973. Pam was a keynote speaker at the Court House. Tonight Deepertruth is honored to have Pam come on the show and give her story.
Since 1973, we have had more than 50,000,000 babies killed by abortion. We have basically wiped out a generation of people who are not able to speak for themselves; they are forever silent except on that great and glorious day of the Lord. Their voice will be heard then. In order to change lives, we must also work to change conditions that give women support and encouragement.
Love within the families, having a strong Father and Mother role model is very important. That is almost counterculture in today’s society as divorce is common, the family unit is under attack, and people are all over the country separated from loved ones. Children are being raised without Fathers. Many Father’s are not acting responsible towards their children.
The problem and challenge is getting Christians to follow the Lord living out his teaching. To heal the family, individuals, we need God’s love, forgiveness, and mercy. Love and Compassion does not equal toleration and acceptance. Heaven intervened when the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Juan Diego in 1531 to stop human sacrifice. Today, we call upon the Lord and His Mother to end the human sacrifices today.
House Education and Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline (R-MN) predicts Congress will act quickly to dismantle the Bush "No Child Left Behind" law (that dictates from the federal level how students and schools are evaluated) and transfer education decision-making to states and local school districts.
Don Nielsen, former Seattle School Board President and Sr. Discovery Institute Fellow, plans to be involved. Tonight he joins us to explain why. His new book asks "State Leaders - Do You Have the Guts to Fix Our Schools?"
And, Daniel Greenfield -- The "Sultan Knish" says 60's folk singer Arlo Guthrie's world at Alice Restaurant is no longer. In fact, the hippie counterculture of the sixties have now become Officer Obie. I'll explain.