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From their inception over 10,000 years ago till the top city beaches in the US, the Great Lakes offer unique opportunities for all types of tourism. Enjoy, culinary, culture, history, exercise and sports along miles of coast. Join Bonnie and Ja'Vonne as they explore all these inland seas have to offer.
Joing hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard, Wild 4 Washington Wine, as they talk to Finger Lakes winemaker Dave Breeden from Sheldrake Point Winery.
InTouch Interview with Great Lakes Astrology, they are dedicated to astrologers – beginner, intermediate and advanced and we will be discussing their mission and the upcoming conference April 10-14th, join us for a great show and visit their site for more info at: http://greatlakesastrology.com/
Plivitce Lakes - Croatia
Have your camera handy to take pictures of the national park that is made up a chain of 16 pristine lakes that set above each other and connected with spectacular waterfalls and cascades. They are nested in a jungle-like lush environment, abundant with flora and fauna. This is one of the most visited natural wonders and national parks in Europe and because of its treasured value is designated as a natural wonder and registered and protected under UNESCO natural monuments. There is no car traffic allowed within the park’s limits so be prepared to be on foot through the area.
Photos: AV Travel Album
Join Christina of Finger Lakes Wine Country and Danielle from the Steuben County Conference & Visitors Bureau as they chat about all the exciting fall festivities taking place in and around Corning & the Finger Lakes.
ICERM Radio invites you to its Lecture Program on The Politics of Memory in the Great Lakes;
Featuring René Lemarchand, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida.
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 4 pm in ET New York.
This lecture will cover Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern Congo, and will try to show how memorial phenomena (memory distorted, thwarted or falsified) continue to raise obstacles to peaceful co-existence in the region. In grappling with memorial issues, Prof. René Lemarchand draws heavily on Ricoeur's insights. His magnum opus on memory is an important contribution.
René Lemarchand is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. He has written extensively on the history and politics of the Great Lakes region of Central Africa. His book on RWANDA AND BURUNDI (1970), received the Herskovits Award from the African Studies Association. His latest works include THE DYNAMICS OF VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL AFRICA (2009) and an edited volume on FORGOTTEN GENOCIDES: OBLIVION, DENIAL AND MEMORY (2012). He served as regional advisor on governance and democracy with USAID, first in Abidjan (1992-1996) and then in Accra (1996-1998). He served as visiting lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley, Brown University, Smith College, Concordia University (Montreal) and the Universities of Helsinki, Copenhagen, Bordeaux and Antwerp.
Join us to share your views/experiences or to ask Prof. René Lemarchand your questions. To participate, dial: +1-(347) 989-8294 when the show is on. International calls are accepted.
This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
This week Matt and Shawn gear up for the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) by catching up with hot new country band Parmalee as they celebrate their number one song "Carolina." They also get on soapboxes about equal rights, and discuss Matt appearing in a chicken commercial.
And this week's #NUartist is Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes! Formed in 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee, the band released a successful full-length studio album, Civilized Man, in 2011. They have just wrapped recording of their sophomore full-length studio album, Kid Tiger, which was engineered and co-produced by Vance Powell (Jack White, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs).
We're really glad to have Bahamas - aka Afie Jurvanen - on this week's show. Bahamas is set to release his third album, Bahamas is Afie, on August 18, 2014 via Universal Music Canada and Jack Johnson’s Brushfire Records worldwide. The album title even is a big part of the story here - a symbol of Afie taking ownership of the name Bahamas. It’s a self titled record of sorts, that for lack of a better term is kind of a revealing moment in his career which has come with some high acclaim both here in Canada and the US and overseas. The music is expansive, thoughtful, full of huge catchy hooks that are at the same time beautiful and a really fun listen. He also unleashes some incredible guitar playing to boot. Be sure to keep an eye for that...
We've also got an interview with Nathan Gill, frontman of Charlottetown rock outfit The North Lakes, talking about the band's in-the-works third release. They've had a busy summer, performing tracks from 2012's stellar Grand Prix at fests like Evolve and Big Red Music Festival.
And on that note, we also catch up with Jeff Squires and Alex Douglas, two of the organizers behind Big Red Music Festival, which this year brought massive acts like The Killers, Death Cab For Cutie, Marianas Trench, Sam Roberts Band, and Lights to Canada's smallest province. Join us for a quick peek behind the scenes of yet another great Canadian music event.
Escape to the Finger Lakes with Christina from Finger Lakes Wine Country. This week my guest is Chrys Baldwin from the New York Wine & Culinary Center in Canandaigua.
Learn more at www.NYWCC.com.
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