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It's time for another episode of "SportsZone"! This week, the focus will be on CT high school football. We wll have St. Joseph's High School football coach Joe DellaVecchia on the show. DellaVecchia has coached the Cadets since 1998, and has amassed over three hundred wins in that time. Don't miss the interview; join us at 3 PM!
Mary Rozak talks about the Live Life Local event to promote Albany County businesses
Ferdinand will be discussing the latest happenings in Clarke County, Virginia and Berryville. Join him on the second Wednesday on each month. Also on topic with future guests, anything northern Virginia and DC.
Charlotte Mountain is ukulele specialist who is helping to take the ukulele on the next part of its journey. Charlotte Mountain has developed a style of ukulele play that will change the way that people view this small, four stringed instrument. Her style while both highly rhythmic and lyric is astounding. The tones generated by the instrument rang from bell like highs to crashing chord rhythms while bringing light to songs that were unthinkable to attempt to perform satisfactorily on ukulele.
Preveiously considered a very one dimensional instrument as typified by players such as George Formby, Arthur Godfrey, Ukulele Ike and of course Tiny Tim. The prominence of Jake Shimabukuro, James Hill and the late Israel Kamakawiwo?ole leadis the march of the ukulele toward being one of the most popular instruments.
The residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico working with the Drug Policy Alliance collected enough signatures to qualify a lowest enforcement priority initiative for the November ballot. Emily Kaltenbach, New Mexico state director for the Drug Policy Alliance will discuss how this initiative came into being, the successful signature gathering drive, what the proposed initiative would do and DPA's role in getting it successfully on the ballot. Ms. Kaltenbach will also provide information on the other programs DPA is pursuing in New Mexico.
The show’s second guest is California Cannabis Coalition Director Craig Beresh. A grass roots organization of patients, caregivers, and medical professionals dedicated to safeguarding America’s right to access cannabis legally and grow hemp, the coalition has successfully fought six city and county bans using the referendum process. Craig will discuss the organization’s multiple programs and its role in starting three initiatives to end prohibition including the 2014 California Cannabis Hemp Initiative and its 2016 re-incarnation.
On today's show:
The refusal of Maryland's paper of record The Baltimore Sun to cover the serious issues in this year's gubernatorial race is highlighted by an inane article by Erin Cox about Larry Hogan's weight loss on the campaign trial.
Desperately attacking Larry Hogan, Anthony Brown's camp touts a poll from the New York Times. But is it as reliable as the MDGOP poll that show the race a statistical dead heat? We'll discuss a piece from Maryland Reporter addressing that question.
Some elected officials in Anne Arundel County want to vote themselves a pay raise. We'll discuss.
Time to tell Ray Lewis to "Get Off My Lawn" for this amazing statment about Ray Rice which got a lot of attention when I shared it on Twitter.
1st Hour Between the Lines News Magazine: Hear the guests; Robert Parry, Investigative journalist and editor with ConsortiumNews.com; Rev. Lee Dreyer, pastor of the White Oaks Spring Presbyterian Church, Butler County, PA; Jonah Minkoff-Zern, director of Public Citizen's Democracy is for People campaign SUMMARY: As NATO Heightens New Cold War Tensions with Russia, U.S. Media Continues to Distort Ukraine Conflict; Community Pulls Together to Offer Clean Water to Families Affected by Natural Gas Fracking Pollution; Senate Permits Debate on Proposed Constitutional Amendment Reversing Citizens United Ruling COUNTERSPIN: This week - A judge has ruled BP was guilty of willful misconduct and gross negligence in the Deepwater Horizon disaster that killed 11 people and dumped millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. With Obama talking about expanding offshore drilling, you'd hope the media would take serious notice. We'll talk about what that would look like with Antonia Juhasz, author of Black Tide: the Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill. Also on the show: The Economist magazine recently apologized and retracted its review of 'The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism."
2nd Hour: All things considered are discussed in small town Kansas coffee bars.
Join former state lawmaker of the old 9th district, lifelong public school teacher and administrator Bill Otto, and "the Lineball Sisters" Kay and Sondra as they share recollections, current events and commentary on rural life in Kansas.
Blogging recipes and state news and the names of dead pets, relatives and friends at the LeRoy Reporter web site.
"A progressive town of friendly people."
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Since the Ferguson, Missouri uprising over the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown, hoards of stories have surfaced exposing the wrongful killing and incarceration of African American males across America, in many large urban areas but quite oftn in small towns where an oppressive racial climate still exists despite Civil Rights legislation and an African American president in the White House. A horror story of total disregard for the law has emerged from Putnam County Georgia, where police appear to have conspired with lawyers an judges to imprison African American teen Damiean Wicks for shooting Rontavious Crawford, even though Rontavious pointed out the white man Phillip Calloway as the guilty party. Phillip Calloway, identified in court by the victim as the culprit, verified as being at the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, admitted to irratic behavior due to drug use. He was merely sent to rehab, while Damiean Wicks, dismissed by the victim Rontavious Crawford as being innocent and proved nowhere near the scene of the crime by cell phone tracking evidence, was nevertheless convicted as guilty imprisoned. His grandmother, Judy Farley, has launched a campaign to free her grandson Damiean and is calling for intervention by the U.S. Justice Department in this small town of Eatonton Georgia where whites in authority have seemingly tossed justice to the wind while they jail and kill blacks at whim. Today's guest, Judy Farley tells her incredible story. What happens when law enforcement officers and the courts in a city are all corrupt? How can citizens get justice? What would make the Federal government intervene? Will it take another riot?
In continuing the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio will be interviewing Mark Green from the state of Alabama.
Mark Green is 46 yrs old and was born and raised in Central Alabama. Working as a Millwright in an auto manufacturing plant and a local farmer, he is the father of three children, a Christian family man and Freemason in his community. Mark spends his free time hunting ,fishing and camping. He also has an interest in history and bigfoot research. Mark got into bigfoot research after he had a sighting in January of 2007 while hunting in Lowndes County Alabama. Like many who have had such an experience, Mark started looking on web for information on Bigfoot. He found the Alabama Bigfoot Research web site and contacted Mike McLain about his sighting. An experienced researcher by the name of Tal Branco contacted Mark and took his report . Some weeks later Tal called Mark and asked him about a small community that was having sightings and ask how close he was to that place where Mark lived only 10 miles from this active location. Tal Branco joined Mark and another friend on a private hunting lease in the area where they experienced vocals and other activity that spurred Mark into full time research. Mark Green has continued his search for Bigfoot with different groups and has been involved in numerous sightings since 2007. Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is honored to bring you this very interesting researcher, Mr. Mark Green from Alabama.