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  • 00:31


    in Romance



    JOIN THE BEYONCE GRAMMY'S OUTFIT DISCUSSION: What do you think of Beyonce's outfit for the Grammy performance?  Let's also discuss the lyrics in; "Drunk In Love". Do the artists of today have a moral responsibility to inspire their fans, children, teens, and young adults with "positive" talent?

    Tonight we ask the questions: Do these lyrics, and the outfit chosen to wear, stifle the innocence of young fans watching by exposing too much?  Does using lyrics such as those in Drunk In Love, 'encourage' over indulgent sex and irresponsible drinking?Does the way stars behave impact youth negatively, placing them at a disadvantage in understanding adult relationship situations? Or, is it art? Let's Get LIVE! After Dark!


  • 00:37

    Suspense Radio One on One November 15th, 2015

    in Books

    Michael Burge: "Bryant's Gap": 

    In 1947 postwar Chicago, mob related violence is commonplace. Nothing stands in the way of the “Outfit” when it comes to making money; a body here or there, who really cares as long as everyone’s pockets are lined, but when a man is found dead in a small Illinois town—people take notice. Bargetown’s Chief of Police Bert Thatcher looks to a seasoned and astute railroad detective, Grady Colston, for help in solving the case. Fate has brought them together, but they soon realize just how much they have in common. A tight bond develops between the two men as they strive to uncover the identity of the man found dead on the railroad tracks—his right arm severed. As the investigation unfolds, surprising details of the man’s past come to light, and the circumstances of his death pose a major dilemma for Grady and Bert.

    Simon Toyne "The Searcher": 

    The author of the acclaimed Sanctus trilogy conjures an eerie epic of good and evil, retribution and redemption—the first novel in the mesmerizing Solomon Creed series in which a man with no memory of his past must save a lost soul in a small Arizona town.

    On a hilltop in the town of Redemption, Arizona, the townspeople gather at an old cemetery for the first time in decades to bury a local man. The somber occasion is suddenly disrupted by a thunderous explosion in the distant desert. A plane has crashed, and it’s pouring a pillar of black smoke into the air.

    As Sheriff Garth Morgan speeds toward the crash, he nearly hits a tall, pale man running down the road, with no shoes on his feet and no memory of who he is or how he got there. The only clues to his identity are a label in his handmade suit jacket and a book that’s been inscribed to him: both giving the name Solomon Creed. 

  • 00:45

    The Week In Reviews -Cutting Crew

    in Music

    CUTTING CREW has announced details of their first new material for ten years. The multi-million selling, Grammy nominated UK outfit fronted by Nick Van Eede were responsible for one of the biggest hits of the 1980s - with (I Just) Died In Your Arms – and the band’s revelatory new album entitled Add To Favourites is their strongest to date and is OUT NOW on In Like Flynn Records, via Cherry Red Records. 

    I will be sitting down with Nick to talk about old and new. I rather like Add To Favourites. Yes it is rooted in the 80's but what is wrong with that? It should be an interesting discussion.

  • 01:40


    in Music

    In December 2014, Tasjan spent a week recording In the Blazes at New Monkey Studio in Los Angeles, the same hallowed space where Elliott Smith cut his final record From a Basement on the Hill. At the helm for the sessions was Tasjan’s good buddy Eli Thomson of the band Everest, whom he’d met on tour while pulling a stint with Brooklyn indie-folk outfit Alberta Cross, and who produced Delta Spirit’s Ode to Sunshine. “Eli is a very grounded dude, personality-wise—he has a zen way of being,” Tasjan says. “On a subconscious level, that’s a comforting thing to be around during the creative process. You’re relaxed enough to try new things and blow it. And for better or worse, part of my thing is messing up—I have to mess it up first to do it great. Really, that idea permeates my life, far beyond being a songwriter,” Tasjan explains. “I always identify with the underdog. Some people, if you look at ‘em, you wouldn’t think much of them, but then they surprise you. It turns out there’s something about them that blows your mind. And that’s kind of the overarching theme of most of the songs on In the Blazes.”Truth in advertising—In the Blazes finds Aaron Lee Tasjan more than just one toke over the line. But it’s cool. The charmingly self-deprecating underdog of an East Nashville songwriter can handle his shit. Instead of the munchies, young gun Tasjan—who cut his teeth playing lead guitar in late-period incarnations of The New York Dolls and Drivin N Cryin—wound up with one hell of a debut LP.



  • 02:00


    in Entertainment

    Joe (McMaster) Rue I was an EMTat seventeen through the Explorers program. My EMT number is 1165- 1A-D. I joined the National Guard as a Combat Engineer in 86.Advanced Demolition training, I came home and worked as an EMT on the 1987 fires on the Klamath River. In 1988 I went into the regular Army and volunteered for Airborne School Trained with the 2/159th Infantry and re-classified as Infantry. I went to college and earned a degree in world History. I was also a Level III Police Reserve while in college During this time I worked security for Billy Graham and the Shoreline Amphitheater in the Bay area.As soon as we got our logging outfit going, Al Gore / Clinton put a stop to logging in the north-west. The Timber Industry was turned into the Fire Industry. I continued to work with the Fire Department and Rescue 15. I volunteered with the Sheriffs Search & Rescue as well. I went back to timber falling and worked for the state. I was deployed to a place called Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah on Operation Nobel Eagle for a year. Then I was deployed on Operation Iraqi Freedom. I worked with a team of Infantry NCO's. We were a unique team of ten Infantry, two Combat engineers and one cavalry Scout. Several former instructors, Rangers, Special Forces and very cross trained.

    Robert B. BERGERON I joined the Army 1987 original was going to be a tanker 19kilo.Did my OSUT at Ft. Knox Ky. After coming out of ait, the army had no where to send me, as we we're pulling troops back from Germany. So ended up going 11Bravo infantry. Jump achool, the followed behind my friends went to Ranger school Deployed Panama in 89 with 2nd Batt. Desert Shield/Storm in 91. Back to Iraq 03, 05,06,08. Left active service for private contracting for awhile.Then back in the ARNG for awhile. Always enlisted, then my Colonel convinced me I'd make a decent officer, so off to OCS. Figured I'd try the dark side lol.Then finally retired April 2014. Pics to follow.

  • 01:06

    Did You Forget to Remember?

    in Health

    Close your eyes.  Can you describe what you are wearing?  What color tie or blouse? Which shoes did you put on this morning?  Don't peek.  How long did it take you to remember your outfit?  Do you remember yesterday's attire or what your friends wore the last time you saw them?

    This exercise is said to be one of the noted early signs of mental decline.  Does your lack of memory concern you; do you suspect that you may be headed for mental decline.

    Alzheimers and diabetic dementia is a growing health concern.  Sound Health has created two software that BioAcoustically evaluate your risk for Alzheimer's.  Please join us as we share conventional information and demonstrate the software we have created to make your world a bit more comfortable.




  • 00:59

    CM Radio - Oct 21, 2015 - Cold Creek County, Ken Stead, Coldjack

    in Music

    On-the-rise country outfit Cold Creek County joins us to chat about their upcoming album, Till The Wheels Fall Off, on Sony Music Canada. The band is making a lot of noise at country radio and are sure to be a huge live draw.

    Then we chat with Edmonton-based songwriter Ken Stead about his latest, Fear Has No Place Here, and the tour dates supporting it.

    Coldjack vocalist John Fraser joins us to chat about the band's genre-mashing sound and hard-hitting live show.

    Finally, Mike Homewood joins us to chat about Toronto's hottest new country club, the Boots & Bourbon Saloon.

  • Amy Schumer Discusses Body Image From The Perspective Of A Privileged Racist.

    in Entertainment

    Amy Schumer Discusses Body Image From The Perspective Of A Privileged Racist.

    We'll dig into this plus news and comment. 

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    Amy Schumer: Comedian and Actress Discusses Body Image Struggle

    “Some nights I just didn’t even want to go on stage because I couldn’t find an outfit that wouldn't make people treat me like some colored gal,” Schumer told Maria Shriver in an interview on "Today."

  • 01:25

    Red Maryland Radio #236- October 15, 2015

    in Politics Conservative

    It’s an all new episode of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.

    On tonight’s show:

    The final Redistricting Commission hearing was on Tuesday; I was there and I'll talk about it;
    Also on Tuesday was the first Democratic Presidential Debate; I'll talk about it;
    In a pro-life update, while legislators in Annapolis are moving towards acceptance of suicide, Harford County is going in a different direction.

    All that and more is why you can’t afford to miss an episode of Red Maryland Radio on the Red Maryland Network…….and don't forget that you can subscribe to all Red Maryland Network programming on iTunes and on Stitcher.

  • 01:10

    CM Radio - Oct 14, 2015 - Madchild, Jimmy Douglass, Dirty Ghosts, Juan Barbosa

    in Music

    Mike sits down with Canadian MC Madchild who, in addition to his work with Swollen Members, has enjoyed plenty of success as a solo artist. His most recent work is Silver Tongue Devil, which dropped in July 2015, and he's kept busy since then with some interesting and diverse projects.

    Set to deliver the keynote address at IMSTA FESTA Toronto on Oct. 17 in Toronto, producer Jimmy Douglass has been a bona-fide hitmaker for four decades, having worked with everyone from ACDC to Jay-Z.

    Then, we speak with Allyson Baker, an Ontario native, about her San Fran-based outfit Dirty Ghosts, whose latest synth-punk encrusted LP, Let It Pretend, is available via Last Gang Records.

    Finally, we've got blues guitarist Juan Barbosa talking about his latest genre-mashing album, this year's Soulbot 6000.

  • 00:08

    EPA Spends Millions on Military-Grade Weapons for 'Special Agents'

    in Politics

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is spending millions of dollars on military grade equipment, according to a report published by Open the Books (link below).

    The funds are being used to outfit the agency's 'Special Agents' with guns, ammo, night vision, radar, amphibious assault vehicles and more. The agency is building it's own militia of sorts.

    In this report, we cover some of the latest EPA raids and legal action against ordinary citizens. We also discuss Obama's use of the agency to shut down 200 coal plants in the United States.

    Watch on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/YPdLWAKZFPM