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This weekend I participated in Dylan Fest Duluth which has been going on about 20 years. I live in Duluth now where he was born. A few events which used to take place at Zimmy's in Hibbing; have been transferred to Duluth because Zimmys the restaurant which was named after him is now closed. I sang in a Bob Dylan songwriter competition on Friday night. The talent is incredible and people came from all over. After about 25 minutes of discussing Bob Dylan, we redirect the conversation to the last 15 years in American history with the advent of the Oprah Show, the new style of music, music managers in the industry including Britney Spear's career including her journey in and out of drugs. Bob Dylan said this when he responded to multiple fans saying he was a prophet. paraphrased "People kept telling me that I am a prophet." then he goes on to say when he brought the message of Jesus to his fans, they rejected him. I can tell you from a Christian point of view, he found the truth of God after fame. He was not tricked into it. He found it on his own. He his a natural son of Abraham coming from the Jewish faith. So don't reject his messages of his Christian era. It won't affect him if you don't. It will affect your own vision. We continue the discussion of how L.A. changed after the Aids crisis and more. Listen to this cultural masterpiece known as Poltical Gravity.
Join us LIVE Sunday May 12th @ 8PM *EST* for our interview w/ special guest Jake "Man Scout" Manning on our "WEEKEND WRAP UP" Show! Join us LIVE Sunday May 12th @ 8PM *EST* for our interview w/ special guest Jake "Man Scout" Manning on our "WEEKEND WRAP UP" Show! Also Promised from last week Dylan Frymyer will be on the Line Live coming in from DDP'S accountability crib..Dylan is fighting away and he has one hell of a team with him and we are going to report it every month. How is it living with DDP,Scott Hall Jake Roberts well we will find out Sunday 8pm Call in to ask your own questions and support DDP Yoga Look forward to a Huge episode on this one
I was buillied on Facebook this week for suggesting, just suggesting that Dylan Farrow forgive her step-father, Woody. When Dylan Farrow was 7 years old, strong allegations were made with eyewitness testimony by two babysitters that nearly confirmed that Dylan Farrow was sexually abused by Woody Allen. Mia Farrow swears by it. An op ed piece came out in the New York Times last year around the time Woody Allen received a lifetime achievement award. It was written by a 28 yr old Dylan Farrow that her father had indeed sexually assaulted her. Maureen Orth, a journalist who studied the situation, court testimony and doctor evaluations for 20 years wrote a 10 part list in Vanity Fair implying that Woody Allen was guilty by the surmountable evidence. Moses Farrow contends that his mother was on a hate rampage and brainwashed the kids into thinking Woody Allen had done it when he had not. Even so, we have all taken our bent on the subject matter and made our conclusions. I want to address the format I suggested the forgiveness in was probably not the wisest and apologize to the I support Dylan Farrow FB page.
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Dylan Gardner - Pop/Rock artist from Plainfield,IL...New album "Adventures In Real Time" ft. the single "Let's Get Started" out now...Check out his music, tour dates & more @ www.facebook.com/dylangardnermusic
Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guest Jockey Dylan Davis. Hosted by Buck Grottano, Dina Albarano and Bill Gotimer. Join us as we get you ready for the Kentucky Derby! We will feature this Saturday's Races from Dubai, Fair Grounds and Gulfstream Park! Feel free to give us a call and talk LIVE with our Hosts @ 714-816-462
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Back in 1964 Bob Dylan sang the song, "The Times They Are a-Changin' ". Just how much times have changed since then is absolutely mind-boggling. Technology, education, parenting, attitudes, you name it, it has changed and changed drastically. Today's world certainly is a" DIFFERENT WORLD than where we came from."
Life brings on changes to be sure. We want to know what you think about how and why the times have evolved.
Join us tonight at 7PM CDT on Ministry Along the Way Radio. To listen "live" on your phone dial (347) 637-3604. Press the number 1 on your telephone to talk directly to us.
Memorial Day and Veteran's Day often get equated, but there is an essential distinction between the two. Veteran's Day honors all who have served the American military in wars. Memorial Day honors those who've perished. It's an annual reminder that wars have grave human costs, which must be both recognized and minimized.
Those costs are not inevitable. We ought to also set aside time to remember those throughout American history who have tried hardest to reduce them, to prevent unnecessary loss of life both American and foreign: war resisters. Dylan Matthew VOX
Today, I will again lift a pint of ale in memory of my three friends and their comrades who died in Vietnam.
I honor them without honoring the aggressive and unjust war in which they fought.I don't know what their motivation was to join the military, maybe it was simply that the draft gave them no choice, but it really doesn't matter. What I do know for sure is that their lives were unnecessarily cut short. Sam Webb
Richard had the world in the palm of his hand with the love of his wife, child, and friends. There was nothing Richard wanted more except more time with his wife, Vivian. Four years after they got married and two years after the birth of their daughter, Eva, Vivian was killed in a car accident leaving Richard behind to cope with the loss of his better half. Richard and Vivian’s childhood friends, Tara and Dylan, and his mother, Lena, aided Richard in the process of getting on with his life. Vivian’s death caused a shakeup among the family, but nothing was compared to Lena’s wrath when Richard betrayed Vivian by marrying Tara, just two years later.
Years later Richard still struggled with Vivian’s passing as he tried to keep Tara and Lena from killing each other. Lena loved Vivian like a daughter and was not happy about anyone taking her place, especially Tara. While Lena spent her time plotting to get Tara away from her son and grand-daughter, Tara fought for her husband’s attention from Vivian’s overshadowing memory. And, just when Tara thought it was safe to let her guard down her worst nightmare came back for vengeance-- Vivian.
Despite the shock of Vivian’s return, Lena thanked the powers that be; while Richard felt stuck between the undead wife and the current wife. Vivian has come back to claim her rightful place between her husband and daughter, yet she hadn’t planned on Richard giving his hear to her best friend. At the request of a marriage counselor, Richard is required to spend a full evening alone with Vivian to get down to the truth in order to decide if he is ready to forgive her and resume their life together, or let her go and move on with Tara. When all of the secrets are brought to the light, will Vivian need a fall guy or will she be thrown under the bus with the ULTIMATE Betrayal Between the Sheets.
All the Dereck and Kay you normally like, Weird News, Hot Topics and special musical guest Billy Grima!
Billy Grima is a singer/ songwriter living in the Caledon Hills of Ontario, Canada. Born
in Blacktown, NSW Australia, Billy started writing at a very young age and was singing
in a church choir by the age of 8 years old. At 15, Billy moved to Canada and settled in
Toronto. Like classic singer/songwriters, Billy Joel, Jim Croce, James Taylor and Bob
Dylan, life's daily realities and everyday events are a source of Billy's inspiration. His
smooth and soulful sound has earned him comparisons to contemporaries Jason Mraz, Ed
Sheeran, Jack Johnson and even Bruno Mars.
Billy has 3 albums to his credit: I'm Just Standing , A Little Piece Of Heaven and his
latest, titled Sugar & Cream, produced and engineered by Pete Swann (Glass Tiger’s
Alan Connely, Adrian and Justin Lifeson, sons of Rush’s Alex Lifeson.) Sugar & Cream
features a tasty blend of pop, rock, soul and Americana, including the first single,
“Pleasure To Have Met You.” The album is going for worldwide radio adds this spring.
"Writing a hook or humming a melody is medicine,” Grima says. Let Sugar & Cream be
the prescription for your perfect playlist.