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  • 00:29

    PIJN News: Should Taxpayers Fund the NEA? Plus Artist David Garibaldi

    in Current Events

    Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:

    * The debate over taxpayer financing for the National Endowment for the Arts is not over.
    * Exclusive interview with David Garibaldi, an inspiring young painter whose faith in Jesus Christ and fast-moving on-stage performance brings crowds to their feet.

  • 00:29

    Talking Trotters - 03/09/2015

    in Soccer

    I didn't mean to do that
    alastairsledge[10:54 AM]Talking Trotters returns to give you the latest on all things Bolton Wanderers. Your weekly bulletin, full of news, opinion and razor sharp wit.
    In the first segment we talk about the Blackburn game and wrap up all the news from deadline day and Wanderer’s business week. We also play a game of the Price is Right with LOVPod maestro Dan Murphy and the man behind garibaldi tinted spectacles Sean Hockett.
    Then, it's a transfer themed Abuse the News and Tom Molloy returns to explain the youth team’s cup victory and what it means. All that and more on this weeks' Talking Trotters, which mentions deadline day more than Jim White’s marriage councillor.
    Talking Trotters will be available from all the same avenues as the #lovpod. If you are already a subscriber to the #lovpod, it should just appear in your feed.
    Sean Hockett: @G_T_Spectacles
    Daniel Murphy: @murbroski
    Tom Molloy: @TOMolloy
    Alastair Sledge: @Alastair3141

  • 00:24

    Talking Trotters - 27/8/2015

    in Soccer

    Talking Trotters returns to give you the latest on all things Bolton Wanderers. Your weekly bulletin, full of news, opinion and razor sharp wit.

    In the first segment we break down Freedman and Forest with special guest Sean Hockett, author of Garibaldi Tinted Spectacles. Tom Molloy also returns to give us an update on the U21s and their game against Birmingham City.

    Then, it's Abuse the News and it's a clash for the ages, with a special twist. Later, it's all the news from around the country with Nolan, Casado, Bowery and Gartside all being covered.

    All that and more on this weeks' Talking Trotters, giving you breaking news 4 times a month.

    Talking Trotters will be available from all the same avenues as the #LOVpod. If you are already a subscriber to the #LOVpod, it should just appear in your feed.

    If you're not a subscriber, then why?!

    Sean Hockett: @sean_a_h

    Tom Molloy: @TOMolloy

    Alastair Sledge: @Alastair3141

  • 01:05

    (Avoiding) The Boring Hero

    in Writing

    In our previous episode, the Write Pack explored the Necessary Villain. Now, we explore how to avoid an easy trap many beginning—and even some veteran writers fall into—the boring hero.  Heroes who seem able to conquer any villain, face the darkest elements of man and not bat an eye may have been the stable of fiction centuries ago, but now they are a sure cure for insomnia. What makes the hero of a story . . . a real yawn stimulator? Are there common traits?

    Can you rehabilitate a boring hero? Is there a way to make the Superman hero in your story cry and bleed? Must they bleed? Why can’t they just get the treasure and be happy?

    What must you do to make the Hero necessary to the story? Or is the hero nothing more than a literary version of the zombie ant?

    You can find Write Pack Radio on Facebook, Twitter, Blog Talk Radio and iTunes.

  • 01:25

    Peach State Pandemonium

    in Sports

    This edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Rich Tate, Jay West, Jerry Oates, and Bobby Simmons, featured discussion on Bill Watts, Bobby Simmons, Frank Bettis, Gary Hart, Jim Londos, Leo Garibaldi, Sputnik Monroe, and the Torres Brothers.

  • 01:00

    WSN Presents: Garibaldi

    in Entertainment

    We welcome Garibaldi this evening. What is BlogProv? Be sure to tune in and find out! Open Forum begins @9:30pm. Look for your Golden Ticket and be sure to call in!

  • 02:27


    in Art

    Daniel P. Quinn is the founder of Arts PR Unlimited, Inc. in Montclair, NJ, that produces and directs On & Off-Broadway shows. Mr. Quinn is an Award Winning Producer, Director, Writer. His notable works included the World Premiere production of Janet. Noble's Away Alone; the NY Premiere of Graham Reid's Remembrance, the NY Premiere of Tom Murphy's The Gigli Concert with Kate Burton in a well received staged reading and the Obie Award for Tim McDonnell as Best Actor in Diary of a Madman. Quinn is immersed in intercultural programming, opera and theater.
    To commemmorate a time in history where the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) galvanized a strike against the Paterson Silk Industry in search for better wages, establish an 8 hour work schedule, age limits and better working conditions Daniel P. Quinn of Arts PR Unlimited and Christina Ibbotson, Author, Blog Talk Radio Producer & Host of ChrisCross Radio and founder of ChrisIbby & Co. LLC invite you to a Benefit Gala at Biricchino Restaurant on June 7, 2013 in New York City.
    Tickets: $150-PP for ArtsPRunlimited, Inc., POBox 1794, Montclair, NJ 07042; includes dinner and program, cash bar with Northern Italian cuisine. 212-695-6690 to RSVP.

  • 00:11

    Nice, France

    in Travel

    Nice (nis) is the fifth most populous city in France, after Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse, with a population of 348,721 within its administrative limits on a land area of 71.92 km2 (28 sq mi). The urban area of Nice extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of about 1 millionon an area of 721 km2 (278 sq mi) Located on the south east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, Nice is the second-largest French city on the Mediterranean coast after Marseille.
    The city is called Nice la Belle, which means Nice the Beautiful, which is also the title of the unofficial anthem of Nice, written by Menica Rondelly in 1912. Nice is the capital of the Alpes Maritimes departement and the second biggest city of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region after Marseille...more on www.avtravel.org
    A view along the "Promenade des Anglais" in Nice at night. 2004, WM Connolley.  Hotel Negresso, Nice, 2007, Kbeigan. St Reparate Cathedral, Nice, 2009, Rudolf Simon.  Nice residents of Vietnamese descent stand in front of one of the many Vietnamese restaurants of the city.2011, Bektour. Jazz Festival Poster

  • 01:20

    Eduardo Quezada Asesino de Wisconsin era Neonazi

    in News

    Noticias Lunes 6 Agosto 2012 - AMLO debería ir al siquiatra: Diputada PRI - Terricolas invaden Marte - Asesino de Templo Sij - Un Hombre normal (NEONAZI) - Chavela Vargas en Plaza Garibaldi   Esto y mas a las 10pm en Vivo desde el Sur de California

  • 02:00

    WITRR Network Session 16

    in Indie Music

    Join us on Monday, May 23, 2011 beginning at 7:00 PM (CST) for 2 hours of the best independent music and interviews with emerging Artists from around the World.
    This week we'll be playing music and interviewing with the likes of Marc Black, Tatiana Moroz, Kelly Richey, Katie Garibaldi, Lisa Sheppard and a special guest interview with Evan Lowenstein of StageIt.com... Come join us Monday night starting at 7:00 PM (CST)

  • 00:45

    Peach State Pandemonium

    in Sports

    In a special episode of Peach State Pandemonium, we heard from Jody Hamilton, Les Thatcher, and Bobby Simmons, discussing Leo Garibaldi and Penny Banner.